A series of about eight speakers came to the microphone to express their unhappiness with what the bishop had said -- and what they felt he had not said. [...]
Two speakers -- one man and one woman -- thanked the bishop for his address and voiced their agreement with what he had to say.
While the audience members were responding to the bishop’s remarks, a board member of the National Association of Catholic Diocesan Lesbian and Gay Ministries came up to one of the tables in the room and said, "On behalf of the board, I apologize. We had no idea Bishop Soto was going to say what he said."
What a wonderful opportunity give some encouragement to loyal
Catholics, especially those brothers among us suffering from sexual/psychological disorders, and start disbanding this scandalous association, whose very name is inappropriate and revealing of an ideological agenda that has no place in the Catholic Church (nor in biblical Christianity at large), and to take the appropriate canonical measures against these people who obviously want exploit the Bride of Christ for the promotion of their vices. Their representative apologizes for what the Bishop
Kudos to Bishop Soto. It takes courage to speak the truth in a situation like that these days. He's not made his life easier for the future, and I hope Catholics of the area will express their support for him with words and deeds.
FabrizioParty like it's 1773
No one can be at the same time a good Catholic and a true socialist (Pius XI)