Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Pub Night discusses same-sex attraction

Father Comerford gives a talk highlighting the importance of chastity
Cardinal Donald W. Wuerl of Washington addresses young adults May 7 during a Theology on Tap talk at Buffalo Billiards pub in Washington. Locally, one Catholic group gathered at a pub for a Theology-On-Tap-style discussion on same-sex attraction. Theology on Tap is an informal get-together aimed at Catholic young adults. CNS photo / Michael Hoyt, Catholic Standard.
Earlier in July, I wrote an article on a pub talk on same-sex attraction hosted by Catholic After Hours at the St. Regis Bar and Grill.
The Church calls people with same-sex attraction (SSA) to live chaste lives, explained Father William "Bill" Comerford, CSsR, the chaplain of a Courage chapter in Vancouver, when he gave a talk about SSA June 9.
"People with same-sex attraction should pray, be companions, be friends, and go to Mass."
Read the full article on The B.C. Catholic website.

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