What to say?
So anyway ... I can't recall where it was, but I was reading comments on the Nienstedt resignation and an anonymous commenter said Courage Apostolate should be done away with - it's too soft on gays.
The problem here is homosexuality, and indeed the Purple Prelates/Lavender Mafia are promoting what they claim to be against. The Church needs to take a stronger stance against homosexuality, starting with the group "Courage." It seems that the Lavender Mafia is also involved with "Courage." The name itself signifies a soft stance towards the homosexual condition itself. At least change the name to something like "Same-Sex Attraction Anonymous." Naming the group "Courage" is an insult to many people, especially saints like St. Agatha or St. Joan of Arc.Yup.
A bit off topic, but I was reading another post by a woman who appears to be concerned about the Pope's new encyclical - she deeply admires Rick Santorum, who feels the pope has no business meddling in climate change issues. Anyway, she appears to be against any notion that man is capable of destroying God's creation, stating:
The idea that man can destroy God’s creation is a heresy.My first reaction was, "Is she nuts?"