Downward Slope of Catholic Moral Theology at John Paul II Institute

An interesting article in The Church Militant describes problems associated with the reform of the John Paul II Institute in Poland.

Issues of clerical celibacy that might have been resolved with a return to a license for priests to marry face the ironic challenge of the tanglefoot of the corruption of civic homosexual marriage. For the Catholic Church to return to the freedom of priests to marry would risk allowing in homosexual marriage- creating a complete farce of ecclesiology in support of the doctrine of sin. When the Christian church over-accommodates itself to worldliness it subverts its own integrity as well as fails to bring the lost to the Lord. A priesthood of believers would better work in a literate era with perhaps somewhat more of a Levitical function rather than a sacerdotal stress. Good luck Polish Catholics.





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