Wednesday, April 3, 2013

The Wuss of Scranton - diocese of Scranton

Instead of the Bishop of Scranton. I like it.

So little Bobby Casey supports the current administrations stand on same sex marriage, clearly showing his disregard of church teaching.

What does the Wuss of Scranton do?

Bar Casey from receiving Holy Communion?

Nah. Too high church.

Demand Casey follow church teaching on this subject?

Nah. Going against church teaching is the norm. Move along people, nothing to see here.

So what exactly does Wuss Bambera do?


Here is the milquetoast response to Bobby Casey support of same sex marriage:

"Posted on: 04-1-2013 Posted in: News
On April 1, 2013, Pennsylvania’s senior United States Senator, Robert Casey issued a statement supporting marriage equality for same-sex couples and asserting his belief that the Defense of Marriage Act should be repealed. In so doing, Senator Casey has unfortunately and disappointingly set aside the Catholic belief and teaching that the sacrament of marriage, rooted in the natural law, is a faithful, exclusive, lifelong, loving union of a man and a woman open to the transmission of human life. The dual purpose of marriage: the unity and love of a man and a woman, and procreation has been rooted in human history long before any religion, nation or law was established. Senator Casey’s position is contrary to the teaching of the Catholic Church.

While the Church has been and continues to be clear in its long standing teaching on marriage, its defense of marriage should not be interpreted as an attack on individuals with same sex attractions. The Church likewise has proclaimed since its beginnings that every person has an inherent dignity. Like all human beings, our lesbian or gay sisters and brothers are beloved children of God. As a result, the Catholic Church affirms that they “must be accepted with respect, compassion and sensitivity. Every sign of unjust discrimination in this regard should be avoided” [Catechism of the Catholic Church no. 2358]. Clearly, the Church asserts that the fundamental human rights of all persons must be defended, and encourages the elimination of any form of injustice, oppression, or violence against all people, regardless of sexual orientation."

So what's the penalty for someone who sets aside catholic belief in this diocese?

There is none.

Bambera should be ashamed.

I know I am.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The Church does not have to scratch its collective head to find out why Catholics are confused. We have sent letters to Bishop Bambera-some were answered, some were not. The answers which were received waxed on about judgment and love, and surprisingly more concern for our stance that Mr. Casey's. The feeling now is that while Bob Casey, Pilosi, Biden et al have Bishops, the Faithful Catholics do not. So it goes. Guess we have to fight this fight without them. I do not think this is what the Trinity had in mind, and this may smart at a later date. It changes nothing-we will carry the Cross-alone.