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04 January 2005 @ 09:50 am
My sins aren't as bad as your sins...  
...so my child can go to Roman Catholic school, but your child can't.

Your kid can't go to my school because you are gay.

These guys are just trying to provide their young child with the best education they can. But because they (the parents) are gay, their child might bring cooties to school or something *sigh*
Hypocrisy at it's best.

So if these folks, who obviously have waaay to much time on their hands, want to get the Vatican involved, then let's turn around and give them what they want. No kids of 'sinners'. In return, however, there should be *no* governmental (federal or state) funding of any sort toward any program initiated, supported, associated with, or run by any Catholic Church entity. I think that should include tax breaks. After all, why do they need help of any sort from 'the sinners'?

Somehow I don't think these dimwits understand about the cake.

-the redhead-
Musings from the CZ unitcz_unit on January 4th, 2005 07:14 pm (UTC)
*nod* Once again though I am impressed with the local church response. If you want to ban the kids of gays, you might as well start looking at all the other sins. You're commiting adultry? Your kids are tossed. Divorced (which is not a problem per se) and remarried (which *is*) you're kids get tossed.

At that rate the enrollment would drop to oh say zero.

nyobserver on January 4th, 2005 09:39 pm (UTC)
recently in southern NJ, there was a case where a 2nd grader was going to receive her first communion. She, however, is allergic to the type of wafer given at communion. They wouldn't let them substitute one that wouldn't chance a reaction and her parish denied letting her participate in first communion. Another parish agreed and I think the priest got in some trouble for it.

39 yrs a roman catholic. sometimes I wonder why.

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