Posted by: warnick68 | April 15, 2009

Notre Dame – Easter Week Homosexuality Events

Easter day was this past Sunday the remainder of the week many Protestants and Catholics will spend more than the ‘normal’ amount of time in their daily lives in prayerful meditation and consideration of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

At the Catholic university of Notre Dame I’m sure many will be in prayerful meditation concerning the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, others will engage in homosexual activism with the blessing of the university.


The Cardinal Newman Society

Late in the afternoon on Holy Thursday, the University of Notre Dame announced a series of events during Easter Week to promote an “inclusive spirit” in support of homosexual students, including a film that blames a mother’s Christian faith for causing her gay son’s suicide.


Catholic Online

“Christianity is under attack from within our own Catholic universities,” said Patrick J. Reilly, President of The Cardinal Newman Society. “The bad news continues, perhaps appropriately on the day when we recall Christ’s terrible agony in the Garden of Gethsemane.[…]

April 17 is the one-year anniversary of Pope Benedict XVI’s address to Catholic educators in Washington, D.C., during which he called Catholic colleges and universities to a stronger Catholic identity.
We observe today a timidity in the face of the category of the good and an aimless pursuit of novelty parading as the realization of freedom,” Pope Benedict said. He continued, “[P]articularly disturbing, is the reduction of the precious and delicate area of education in sexuality to management of ‘risk,’ bereft of any reference to the beauty of conjugal love.”

The week is billed as “StaND Against Hate Week” and is sponsored by Notre Dame’s “Core Council for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Questioning Students”.

Honestly? “Questioning”… surely they mean recruits for the promotion of the homosexual lifestyle as well as the homosexual religious and political agenda.


I cannot begin to count the amount of times I have been told that I, by believing homosexuality to be a sin, am attempting to shove my religion down the throats of homosexuals.

I notice that the queerly named (no pun-intended, rather sarcasm  is the intention) “Core Council for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Questioning Students” is in actuality attempting to shove their religious beliefs down the throats of all Catholics.

This is not the simple chanting of ‘we’re here, we’re queer, get use to it”, this is a demand (an admittedly tame demand compared to most homosexual rallies and protests) of the Catholic church to abandon church doctrine.





  1. homosexuality is not a sin, its as natural and right as being a heterosexual!.. because homosexuals don’t choose their sexual orientation juts like heterosexual people.

  2. Stephanie,
    based upon the Word of God homosexuality is in fact sin.

    I’m very sorry that you believe yourself to be smarter than God.

  3. this is the weirdest easter post i have read so far. My stand is this. I’m Pro to nothating the gays or “sinners” at that. I believe God loves us all equally. He doesn’t condemn them, what right do we have to do so?

  4. Seriously, the weirdest?

    I don’t hate homosexuals, no Christian I know hates homosexuals. After all, I and every last Christian I know are no less a sinner than the homosexual.

    I’m not sure I agree that God loves all persons equally and I am most sure that He does in fact condemn people.

    By noting that the acceptance of homosexuality as a social norm is wrong does not mean I am condemning homosexuals.

    I am no more able to condemn a person than I am able to absolve a person.

  5. I’d like to disagree with you saying God doesn’t love us all equally. God does with no favoritism. He even said he came to reach the lost and save them. it’s the devil who condemns but God came to give us life and have it to the fullest. John 10:10

  6. You don’t need my permission to disagree. 🙂

    Just to be clear, I was not speaking about God condemning a person to hell. I was meaning God condemning sin, even particular sin.

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