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It seems Pope Francis needs to brush up on his Tertullian!

It has been reported (in The ChristLast Media, I must note) that the current Pope does not like the phrase "lead us not into temptation...

"Let no freedom be allowed to novelty, because it is not fitting that any addition should be made to antiquity. Let not the clear faith and belief of our forefathers be fouled by any muddy admixture." -- Pope Sixtus III

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Perfidious Albion Update.

CNN.com: Catholics fight gay adoption rules

Because they must. Because no one else will.

London - Britain's leading cardinal said on Tuesday the Catholic church may be forced to close down its adoption agencies if the government insists they consider placing children with gay couples.

Archbishop of Westminster Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor wrote an open letter to Prime Minister Tony Blair urging him to exempt Catholic adoption agencies from new anti-discrimination legislation, or risk reducing the chances for some 4,000 children across Britain waiting to be adopted.

He said the Catholic church in England and Wales, which he leads, would have "serious difficulty" adhering to the law which is due to come into effect in April and which outlaws discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation.

"We believe it would be unreasonable, unnecessary and unjust discrimination against Catholics for the government to insist that if they wish to continue to work with local authorities, Catholic adoption agencies must act against the teaching of the Church and their own consciences," the cardinal wrote.


He said it would be "an unnecessary tragedy if legislation forced the closure of these adoption services."

Homosexual Christian lobbyists accused the cardinal of bowing to pressure from the Vatican and making threats.

"Jumbo shrimp". "Billionaire populist". Et cetera.

"The Vatican is raising the pressure here in its war against gay people," Reverend Martin Reynolds, spokesman for the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement, said.

Sick bastard.

"We are horrified that the Catholic church appears to be holding the government to ransom. They are obviously not putting the best interest of these children first." (Now that's funny. - F.G.) The Equality Act outlaws discrimination in the provision of goods, facilities and services on the basis of sexual orientation.

Considering all the medical and psychological pathologies caused and/or spread by buggery, you'd think the law would prohibit sodomites from going anywhere near kids.

What's that? You say it used to? What's up with that?

Charles Falconer, a member of Blair's cabinet, said it was difficult to see how exemptions could be granted.

"If we take the view as a society that we should not discriminate against people who are homosexual, you cannot give exclusions to people on the grounds that their religion or their race says 'we don't agree with that.'" he told BBC radio.

"We have committed ourselves to anti-discrimination law ... and it is extremely difficult to see how you can be excused ... on the grounds of religion."


The 12 Catholic adoption agencies in England and Wales handle around a third of voluntary sector adoptions.

Pray for the children of Great Britain, kiddies. They will need it.

If some sodomites are willing to become priests just to get at altar boys,...

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