"Isn't she the one who hates gays?"
One of them was "home" recently and brought his partner. I was told that his partner asked another family member, "So which sister is it that hates gays 'cause she's super-Christian? I heard she won't allow them in her house."
Um, that would be me. Except of course, that it's not.
I don't hate anyone. I don't hate any groups of people. I certainly don't hate my family, or the homosexual family members.
I'm also really upset that somehow this equation has now become true: Catholic = hate.
Now, I'm happy to say that I met my nephew and his partner for lunch and we had a delightful conversation. I love my nephew and I'm really proud of him. He knows exactly what my beliefs and values are.
I just wish the rest of the family and world knew too. Catholics don't hate homosexuals. And the reason we don't is because God doesn't hate them, and we are striving to be like God as much as possible.
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