Sunday sermons, weekday observations
“A person who is publicly living in a same‐sex sexual relationship (or in any sexual relationship outside of a marriage between one man and one woman) may not be Baptized, Confirmed, or received into full communion in the Church, unless the person has repented and withdrawn from the relationship,” according to the guidance, which also suggests excluding people who publicly identify as a different gender than their biological sex or have attempted “gender transitioning.”
Well, most of this is theology 101 stuff, but Fr. Martin finds a way out.
“It’s not a sin to be transgender,” hewrote. “It’s not a sin to be LGBTQ.”
To him it’s dodgeball. Better yet, now you see it, now you don’t.