Bishop Campbell Speaks About the Hale Case

In an exclusive interview published today in the Columbus Dispatch, Bishop Frederick Campbell broke his patient silence on what was until now a purely internal human resources matter regarding the dismissal of Carla Hale. She was a teacher at a Catholic high school in the Diocese of Columbus until her public and open admission that she considers her lesbian partner a “spouse” in contradic... More

Bishop Gumbleton Misrepresents Archbishop Vigneron on Who Should Receive Communion

Archbishop Vigneron and Bishop Gumbleton may be less at odds than Bishop Gumbleton seems to think.  Vigneron’s statements that some individuals should not present themselves for Communion referred to those who publicly advocate for such things as same sex marriages, or any other serious matter, such as the legalization of abortion, not to the private individual who struggles with these mat... More

UPDATE: Columbus Diocese Remains Resolute, Lesbian Teacher Basks in Spotlight

The Columbus Dispatch reports that after meeting with the principal of Bishop Watterson High School, Carla Hale gave a press conference to her fawning supporters in the media vowing to “continue her fight” against the Catholic Church. Far from being a private matter between two consenting adults, Hale has elevated this issue to a public debate precisely because of her own actions, first by pub... More

Gay Marriage Activist: “It’s a no-brainer that the institution of marriage should not exist.”

In a statement that should come as a shock to exactly nobody who understands the real agenda behind gay marriage, lesbian author, journalist and gay rights activist Masha Gessen lays out the real plan behind the push for “marriage equality” (emphasis added): “It’s a no-brainer that (homosexual activists) should have the right to marry, but I also think equally that it’s a no-bra... More
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How Equal is Equal Enough?

Marriage “equality” is the defining civil rights issue of our time, or so we are told. The proponents of same-sex marriage have explicitly compared their struggle to ending segregation and miscegenation laws. That is to say, marriage is a fundamental right which all people should be able to enjoy regardless of their sexual orientation. However, in the rush to overturn an institution which pred... More
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Is the Push to Normalize Homosexual Relationships Leading to State-Sanctioned Incest and Pedophilia?

Alfred Kinsey, the famous (or infamous) sexologist, estimated that 10% of the American population is homosexual. A 2011 Gallup poll found that Americans believe that as much as 25% of the population is homosexual. According to the findings (emphasis added): There is little reliable evidence about what percentage of the U.S. population is in reality gay or lesbian, due to few representative survey... More

Starbucks vs. Chick-fil-A: some results

I didn’t realize there would be a follow-up so soon to my earlier post, but here you go. When I first saw the headline “California Chick-Fil-A Offers Free Meals To Gay Marriage Supporters,” I presumed that a franchisee acted independently to protest the COO’s (I mistakenly referred to Dan Cathy as the CEO in the earlier post; mea culpa) pro-natural marriage stance. But the ... More

Freedom, Responsibility, and Marriage

Last night as my wife and I were getting dinner ready, our oldest daughter, a sophomore in high school, dropped the question: “So, what do you guys think of gay marriage?” I tried to downplay the shock and delight I felt that she actually initiated such a substantive discussion with us,  and decided to see what she was thinking. I deployed the old technique of answering a question wi... More
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Marriage: What’s Love Got to Do with It?

The Supreme Court of the United States is hearing oral arguments in Hollingsworth v. Perry today in what promises to be a historic case no matter the outcome. Meanwhile, supporters of marriage are marching on D.C. and Catholics across the nation are praying for religious freedom. A few weeks ago, we heard the story of the woman brought before Jesus for the crime of adultery. In it we have a remind... More

Starbucks vs. Chick-fil-A

Two CEOs, two opposing positions on same-sex “marriage,” two similar results? I doubt it. I’m sure I don’t need to remind CV readers of the Chick-fil-A controversy. Just the fact that it has the label “controversy” tells you something. At a Starbuck’s annual shareholders meeting on March 20th, CEO Howard Schultz responded to shareholder Thomas Strobahr, ... More

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