One group of people that I particularly want to call your attention to is the group of people who experience same-sex attraction as a permanent part of their personalities. Some of those people choose to describe themselves as “gay” and identify with that attraction, but what I want to say is that that is a decision, to identify with the attraction. In effect, it’s a very momentous decision, but I am sure in a room this size there are people who know people who are struggling with same-sex attraction…
What the Catholic Church teaches is very simple, that they can be saved, but they have to live a life of chastity — and that God does want them to be saved. In fact, their same-sex attraction can be their personal path to holiness. That can be the thing that gets them to Heaven: dealing with that, dealing with it in a good, and decent, and wholesome way.”
—Jennifer Roback Morse, president of The National Organization For Marriage’s Ruth Institute at a recent NOM conference.
You mean all I have to do is never have a loving, meaningful sexual relationship with my partner, and I get in to heaven?
Give up sex altogether in this life, for a pair of wings to live in the clouds for eternity with some hairy daddy and his ripped son… Do I get laid once I get there?