H/T Mark Shea
Editor's note - disclaimer: This Michael Voris video is nicely done. Like all of his reports, it is his point of view or opinion in the light of Church teaching. It is certainly compassionate, and therefore a welcome change in attitude towards persons with homosexual inclination.
I disagree that the sufferings of the ssa person are all that different from the single, heterosexual person for whom chastity may be a difficulty. There are many heterosexual persons unable to marry because of moral or physical impediments, the homosexual impediment is not any worse than other impediments in todays culture.
Michael inadvertently suggests a 'special' spirituality for the homosexual condition, offering a component of victim soul spirituality for the chaste person who deals with same sex attraction. Naturally, there is nothing wrong with offering one's spiritual trials to God as a sacrifice or penance for the conversion of sinners. In fact, to abstain from sin is a sacrifice God expects from all who approach him. Nevertheless, it is no more unusual or unique a requirement than what is expected of all Christians. Subsequent temptations and trials, especially those associated with loneliness and feeling different or alienated, are not unique to the homosexual person.
There is a danger, due to the general acceptance of homosexuality as a natural variant in human sexuality (which it is in so far as fallen human nature or concupiscence is concerned) to promote a unique, specialized spirituality just for gay people. That in itself strikes me as contrary not only to tradition and Catholic moral teaching, but it is also contrary to scripture.
"For all of you who were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ. There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free person, there is not male and female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus." - Galatians 3: 27-28
How we say things today is very important.