Queerty is better as a member
dude, it’s “Holy See” not *seat.
The Catholic church used various strategies to retain gay sex-abusing priests among their midst, and those clergymen were real people, not characters in a book.
Now, a heterosexual diplomat writes a gay sex scene into a work of fiction, and that makes him unworthy of setting foot on hallowed ground.
Incredibly, the Catholic hierarchy is succeeding in showing itself to be even more hypocritical, paranoid, and contemptible than it was already known to be.
@MikeE: And, Queerty, just in case you only half-heartedly believe MikeE, it is, indeed, Holy See, and while definitely not Seat, also, not Sea.
But if you are a mafia kingpin and you”donate” enough money to the Vatican they’ll allow you to be buried in their crypts alongside those considered martyrs.The catholic church is EVIL.
I agree with both Mikes… perhaps Queerty SEE’s Diplomacy as a joke… all ambassadors need approval… many do not get approval.
As Bad as the RCC can be, they have a right to veto representatives from other countries… nothing wrong with this.
If you are going to take it uppin yourself o report actual news at least get it somewhat correct, again I repeat HIRE AN EDiTOR, preferably someone who knows the difference between a holy seat, and the Holy See.
But the Vatican recognizes regimes that murder/rape/and torture their citizens. El Papa has this fixation on LGBT matters…hmmmm?
Some of the greatest people who were eventually made Saints were at odds with the Church when they were living. That said, this does seem to be carrying things to the extreme even for the RCC.
I think that by now most people realize that a solid majority of Catholic priests are closeted homosexuals. Just check them out to see how unhealthy life in the closet is.
Please log in to add your comment.
Need an account? Register It's free and easy.
PHOTOS: Broadway Gets Into Winter Burlesque With Calendar Girl
PHOTOS: Prohibition Returns to NYC With the Roaring New Twenty Something Party
PHOTOS: The Sundance Queer Preview — 2014 Edition
Long, Loose and Colorful: Fashion Trends For 2014
Most Talked About Model Interviews Of 2013