As you may know, I no longer have the privilege of attending the Traditional Latin Mass every Sunday, or the privilege of listening to the faith and morals sermons that are a part of it.
This past Sunday, the homily I heard blessed diversity, and the priest told us we should be thankful for diversity. Maybe I just didn't quite get his meaning. After all, the images I conjured up in my mind of diversity screamed acceptance of false religions, acceptance of homosexuality and its lifestyle, and acceptance of false doctrines like the ordination of womenpriests. He even ended the Mass by jokingly calling himself Sister___.
Now don't get me wrong. I am not what the politically correct call a homophobe. I believe that homosexuals and single people are bound together by the Church's declaration that they should live a chaste life. No sex outside of marriage. That seems like a pretty straightforward expectation for both groups.
Womynpriests in their polyester pantsuits will never, no matter how much they want it, be able to consecrate a host. I can't even understand why these womyn haven't gone away yet. Why are people still listening to them? Is it in the name of Diversity?
If I am to be thankful for diversity, I would think it means the blessing of having the Catholic faith spread to the four corners of the earth, so that the evangelization of all the nations, with people of every race and colour, will hear the Word of God and be saved. It means being thankful for so many peoples from around the world building up one nation under God. It means loving one another despite our differences, but it does not mean undermining our faith so as not to offend a false religion. After all, error has no rights - and this is according to none other than Saint Augustine.
I know. Colour me trad.