Seton Hall University Starts ‘Gay Marriage’ Course, Betrays Catholic Identity

By John Ritchie   
September 13, 2010
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Why is Seton Hall Univ. betraying its Catholic roots?

Like putting a fox in charge of a chicken coop, Seton Hall University is allowing a pro-homosexual professor to give a course on “The Politics of Gay Marriage.”

When plans for the anti-Catholic course were first announced at the diocesan university, the Most Reverend John J. Myers, Archbishop of Newark, responded. “This proposed course seeks to promote as legitimate a train of thought that is contrary to what the Church teaches. As a result, the course is not in synch with Catholic teaching,” he stated.

However, despite the archbishop’s misgivings the course was not stopped.

Sign the protest

Is Seton Hall Training a New Generation of Pro-homosexual Activists?

According to the New Jersey Star-Ledger, the undergraduate course requires students to purchase a book written by pro-homosexual state senators Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) and Loretta Weinberg (D-Bergen) titled: “What’s Love Got To Do With It? The Case for Same-Sex Marriage.” Both of the authors sponsored a bill in New Jersey to legalize same-sex “marriage.”

And who teaches the course? Political science professor W. King Mott, a pro-homosexual activist whose affiliation with Lambda Legal, Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies, and Human Rights Campaign is mentioned on Seton Hall University’s web site.

Blatant Anti-Catholic Bias

Mott’s anti-Catholic bias is clear: “Efforts to condemn the [homosexual] culture itself as Pope John Paul II has done in recent encyclicals only illustrate the futility of orthodoxy in general and the papacy in particular,” he wrote.

“The notion that marriage is a stable and ancient human arrangement, derived from divine revelation, limited to that existing between one man and one woman, and binding save through the permission of a single Church is contrived. It is laughable to consider that human relationships could ever find satisfaction and expression in this single interpretation of marriage,” he said.

Just Cancel the Course

For 2,000 years the Holy Catholic Church has consistently condemned unnatural vice. This teaching is more relevant today given the homosexual movement’s relentless attempt to undermine traditional marriage with counterfeit unions.

In the current struggle to protect God’s marriage, how can Seton Hall possibly allow its classrooms to become outlets of anti-Catholic propaganda? What would Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, the university’s patron, think of this scandal?

TFP Student Action invites its members to contact Seton Hall University with a simple message: “Just Cancel the Course.”

PROTEST HERE

Contact: (Be polite and respectful)

Seton Hall University
Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban, president
400 South Orange Ave
South Orange, NJ 07079
(973) 761-9620
[email protected]

Archbishop John J. Myers

Archbishop John J. Myers is the president of the Board of Regents as well as Chair of the Board of Trustees at Seton Hall. Thank him for opposing this situation.

Archdiocese of Newark
Archbishop John J. Myers
171 Clifton Ave
P.O. Box 9500
Newark, NJ 07104
973-497-4000

 

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0 # Bernadette Shonka 2010-09-13 18:29
Is this the same outfit that provides home school materials?

Editor: No, this is not Seton Home Schooling. This university is located in NJ. Seton Home Schooling is out of Virginia.
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+2 # B. Johnson 2010-09-13 18:33
What does it take to read Romans 1:25-27 to learn about the spiritual blackness of same-sex sexual relationships?

In fact, that passage indicates that such relationships are a consequence of idolatry. In other words, such relationships are a consequence of disobeying the 1ST COMMANDMENT, a major aspect of the GREATEST COMMANDMENT, to love God with all your being.

Homosexuals need to keep in mind, however that the good news of the gospel is not about how God despises homosexuality. In fact, note that 1 Corinthians 6:11 indicates that certain members of that church had been slaves to such relationships, but had been cleansed in Jesus' name. So these former homosexuals had evidently repented and accepted God's grace to straighten their lives out.

Sadly, Catholic universities are evidently no longer serving God, but the world.
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-3 # Barbara Hedges 2010-09-13 19:14
Why in the world is this even being discussed? Is this a Catholic University or not? Do you not have the option of determining what is taught. How about beastiality? Should that be an option. Please don't make Catholics ashamed of being Catholic. Stand UP!!!
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-2 # Barbara Hedges 2010-09-13 19:18
Why is this even being discussed? Is this a Catholic University or not? Is beastiality next as being a choice? Don't make Catholics ashamed of being Catholic.
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0 # james j reap 2010-09-13 19:48
Why does a Catholic University approve and even support a clearly gay rights agenda that is so contrary to our faith?

If this quote is remotely accurate and attributable to professor Mott... “Efforts to condemn the [homosexual] culture itself as Pope John Paul II has done in recent encyclicals only illustrate the futility of orthodoxy in general and the papacy in particular,” ...he should be fired immediately thereby illustrating the futility of his erroneous agenda! It seems to me that Catholics still hold the infallibility of a Pope's teaching on faith...or isn't that the case at Seton Hall?
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-2 # Sandra Babyak 2010-09-13 20:25
Just cancel the course. Disappointing to hear that a Catholic College would choose to endorse a course on gay marriage. Let's pray you come to your senses.
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-2 # Malia Dillard 2010-09-13 22:34
Please keep our Catholic university Catholic. Please cancel this scandalous course!
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+1 # Donald K Crissman 2010-09-13 22:34
Just cancel the course and fire the professor.
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0 # Catherine Ann Cavey 2010-09-13 23:13
Marriage is one man, one woman in my opinion. God created woman from man to be his helpmate. Marriage is for the procreation of children and the love of one man and one woman for each other. Teaching a course of this nature is directly opposed to the teaching of Catholic Faith and all is intrinsic values. A Catholic University should teach in accordance with its expressed Faith tenets. Just because it is the thing to do does not make it necessary for the Catholic university to teach Gay/Lesbian "rights" at this Catholic institution of higher learning. It is not right to go with the flow because it is the thing to do.
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-1 # Anne Groben 2010-09-14 08:05
Before I sign the protest, please answer the root of the situation. Why is this guy on faculty?
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-2 # Lolita Gomes. 2010-09-14 11:57
Cancel the course, what is this world coming to!!!
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-3 # Dan Quinn 2010-09-14 12:02
The people of states like N.J, Calif, Mass, N.H, And several others need to stand up and vote the politicians that support this kind of activity out of office. It is their responsibility to vote for more moral Represenatives that do not take kick backs and bribes that allow the laws to be in favor of these degenerates. The Pope and Bishops need to clean up their houses also.
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+1 # Jacqueline Gabelia 2010-09-14 16:11
Cancel the course, please. There are better subjects to teach at a Catholic University and...DISMISS the professor!
What happened to morality?
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-1 # Jessica Ries 2010-09-14 19:37
I am twenty-one years old and I concur with those who say, "For the love of God please cancel this course!" This is a rebellion against our Catholic Faith, especially the Church teachings concerning marriage and the roles of men and women. God created us a certain way and if we go against Him and against nature, we will pay dearly and drag other souls along too!
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+3 # Lauren 2010-09-14 19:45
"If you stand for nothing, you'll fall for anything."
"Evil prevails when good men stand by and do nothing."

Just two aphorisms I bear in mind when it comes to attacks on The One True Church, & if this business about the promotion of the gay agenda on a Catholic campus isn't an attack on Catholicism & The Church, I couldn't tell you what an attack on The Church is.

This class needs to be deep-sixed and that "professor" needs to be fired.
Period.
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+2 # Christine Casale 2010-09-15 18:27
Like any other university, Seton Hall is heavily reliant on the generosity of its alumni for financial support. Turning a blind eye to the teachings of the Catholic Church in a Catholic University will hopefully not be missed by Seton Hall's alumni when the requests for financial support are sent out. I, for one, will do my best to spread the word as I hope others will. In this age of social networking and e-mail, that shouldn't be too difficult. The Archbishop as both a shepherd AND a businessman should surely consider that.
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+9 # Christine Casale 2010-09-15 18:30
Like all universities, Seton Hall is heavily reliant on its alumni for financial support. I will do my best to make sure that those alumni who are practicing Catholics are aware of this when the Seton Hall Alumni Association puts its hand out and I will be urging others to do the same. In this world of social networking and e-mail, that shouldn't be very difficult. The Archbishop as both a shepherd AND a businessman should consider that.
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+10 # Joan OBrien 2010-09-15 20:52
Please cancel the Gay Marriage course and fire Professor Mott. They do not belong in a Catholic University. Please keep Seton Hall Catholic as Saint Elizabeth Seton was.

Thank you,
Joan O'Brien
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+8 # John Girolamo 2010-09-16 11:57
Please stop this course and FIRE this proff.Mott. If not drop your continueance as a and calling yourself a Catholic Univeristy.
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+7 # jack E. Boucher 2010-09-17 12:54
Seton Hall is obviously no longer a Catholic School. I has clearly separated itself from Roman Catholicism. They are a disgrace to the Faith! No university should have any courses other than those approved by the Church. It is matters such as this that is trying to cause the Church to tolerate gays and, pedophile priests! They must be separated from all links to the Catholic Church and the Church should take the initiative in cutting all these links. Notre Dame has been tragically shameful and should suffer the same fate. Praise to Archbishop Myer!
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+7 # jack E. Boucher 2010-09-17 13:01
Seton Hall should be made to sever all links to Roman Catholism! They bring disgrace upon the Church and out Catholic Faith. They are clearly promoting a perverse lifestyle alien to Catholic teaching. Archbishop Myers must be admired and praised. Further they should NOT be teaching or advocating anything not approved by the Church. I hope the Vatican takes the lead by excommunicating the obviously gay professor.
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+7 # James J. Villalobos 2010-09-20 12:10
Many of our "so-called" Catholic Universities (90+?) are fast moving toward establishing "Sodom and Gomorrah" activities within their student bodies. I graduated from what used to be a Catholic University; it should change its name to Sodom University.We have to pray and do whatever we can to return our Catholic Colleges & Universities to their original God-loving standing. So I pray during my daily Rosary.
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+10 # KD 2010-09-28 15:40
I'm appalled that any college calling itself Catholic would even consider such a course. Shame! Cancel and repudiate the course, and fire the professor -- or change the name of the institution, stop mocking the name of a holy woman, and stop calling it Catholic.
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+4 # Connie Smith 2010-10-15 07:50
A disgrace
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+7 # Joyce 2010-10-25 18:20
I support Canceling the Course. We need to stand up and step forward in living the Gospel as Christ Jesus taught. I thank Archbishop John J. Myers for his Wisdom in canceling the course. May we all be Obedient to Our Mother Church, the Magisterium, and her chosen Leaders. Peace and Blessings to all.
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+9 # Georgiann Kuberra 2010-10-25 20:20
Even though we are called to love all - love the sinner/hate the sin, we still need to stand up for the truth with love. To call ourselves truly Catholic, we need to not be afraid to speak truth. He is a misguided professor and should be relieved of his teaching duties. The course does not belong in a Catholic university for sure! I will pray for all involved.
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0 # joana 2010-10-26 12:20
With all that we have seen in our so called Catholic churches lately is that everything in the bible regarding the end of times is being accomplished, what will be accepted next. God have mercy on us all.

God bless
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-1 # m jackwicz 2010-10-26 12:54
I thank God our children are all graduated from college. How scary that parents can't trust our catholic colleges and universities. It amazes me that people carefully plan their retirements but put virtually no planning into their eternities.
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-2 # Maryanne Linkes 2010-10-26 13:25
Time to stop supporting "Catholic" Colleges that do not uphold all the teachings of Holy Mother Church and those that ignore the Bishop. Also time to stop sending our children there. When we have Franciscan U, Christendom, Ave Maria just to name a few, perhaps we should put allow them to go out of business if they will not be faithful to Holy Mother Church and the Teachings of Jesus.
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+2 # LILLIAN SUBIA 2010-10-26 13:29
I CANNOT BELIEVE THAT OUR CATHOLIC UNIVERSITIES HAVE COME TO THIS! ALLOWING SUCH COURSES TO BE TAUGHT! I FEEL THAT PROFESSOR MOTT AND HIS COURSE BE KICKED OFF CAMPUS JUST AS STUDENTS ARE THAT BREAK RULES, LAWS. AFTER ALL, ISN'T THAT WHAT THE PROF IS DOING, BREAKING "GOD'S" LAW?
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+1 # Sandy 2010-10-26 13:46
Cancel the course that does not represent the teaching of the Catholic Church and stop allowing a non-believer teach. Do you not fear the ramifications of contributing to the misrepresentation of the church? May God have mercy on you.
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+5 # george bourgeois 2010-10-26 14:14
When Catholics for a Free Choice and other such liberal Catholic groups tried to prevail upon Pope John Paul II to change certain aspects of Church dogma, he said that wasn't possible because the Church is the custodian of the faith, not its manager. The truth is just that simple. I guess getting certain Catholic colleges and clergy to change the faith is a fall back position these groups now use.
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+3 # Pauline 2010-10-26 14:38
I am shocked that a Catholic university could teach such a course. That is a disgrace to our Church! Marriage is between a man and a woman.
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+1 # Sr. Joan Murray, S.C 2010-10-26 14:56
As a Catholic and Sister of Charity,
I am appalled that a Catholic University
founded in the name of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton would offer a course contrary to the Catholic Church. I thought that Catholic Universities were educate persons to be counter cultural in a world of secularism. Why do you call yourself Catholic?
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-1 # mugs 2010-10-26 15:44
I think this action, teaching homosexual marriage, is producing confusion and against Jesus. I've read the Bible where it says, being Homosexual is a "cross" to bear. The sin comes in acting out physically. I think by promoting two homosexuals married is tempting them to sin. Confusion is evil(live backwards!!)
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+1 # angelina tuazon 2010-10-26 16:07
This is horrible. Let's offer sacrifices for the cancellation of this course....Prayer and fasting ( bread and water only on Fridays) We ask the intercession of... St. Elizabeth Ann Seton and the Blessed Mother....PRAY FOR US !
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0 # Michael F. Lessens 2010-10-26 16:49
I think this is another example of what Michael Rose (Goodbye, Good Men) and Stephen Brady (Director of Roman Catholic Faithful) pointed out in 1996 that we will lose ground if we do not become more zealous about defending the Faith.
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-1 # Gerrard T. Skelton 2010-10-26 16:51
Another example of the creeping apostasy within our Holy Catholic Church.
God is looking for a faithful remnant that must be us faithful to the end.
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-3 # Rick 2010-10-26 16:52
This is sad. My Catholic church is proposing a course on the teaching of the Quran. True Catholics must study and be aware of the prophesies of Our Lady, the ark of the new covenant.
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-4 # starke 2010-10-26 17:24
Simple....stop the course and fire professor W. King Mott
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-4 # Louise Martin 2010-10-26 17:25
Strongly urge that Seton University cancel the class, The Politics of Gay Marriage. It is an anti-Catholic stance. Catholic teachings should be taught at a Catholic university. Pretty common sense. I will add Seton to my prayers.
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-3 # Fr. Bill Malloy MDiv 2010-10-26 18:25
I am appalled and deeply shocked by the position taken by Seaton U. It always hurts to bear persecution from within Catholic institutions.

It is easier to take from outside the Church, from within the Church grieves Our Lord, Our Lady
and St Elizabeth Ann Seton. I will also pray for the Archbishop of Newark and pray that the Holy Angels will come to our aid, bound the demons, who are attacking our Father, and call on the Immaculate Heart, for never was it known that anyone who employed her help was left unaided. It means that I will have to pray for this defeat much harder, offer this intention at holy Mass and my Divine Office and pray that God will spare the Church from all of this heresy and schism from Our Catholic Faith
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-6 # margaret barnaba 2010-10-26 18:43
cancel the class: marriage is between a man and a woman. I am shocked.
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-3 # John Tooley 2010-10-26 19:04
The natural law of life itself denies the existence of 'same sex marriage'. If it is accepted in the brilliance of some minds, we would have ceased with the dinosaurs. Or, could that have been what killed off that livelihood?

That is as absurd as accepting some fool's ideal of pro-creation with like sex partners.
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-3 # Bud MacGuire 2010-10-26 19:55
Pope John XXIII wanted to "open up the doors of the Church to let fresh air blow through the Church". From the very beginning it was apparent that it was not fresh air blowing through the Church, rather it was heresy and permissiveness that blew through the Church.
Thank God that now many very good people and a few good clergy have stepped up to defend our Holy Church's traditional teachings.
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-3 # Bob Rudowski 2010-10-26 21:34
As a man of slight build and having "gay" mannerisms, I have been approached by many homosexual men and women. When they find I am revolted by their activities, I am treated like a pariah. Praise God! I am afraid a young person taking a class such as this may not be able to discern the destructiveness of unnatural sex acts. They may think, "If my (Catholic) college teaches it, it must be good". Gay marriage is simply a cover to legalize sodomy. For our youth, I beg you, please cancel this class.
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-3 # Michael Brisciana 2010-10-26 22:16
While I certainly appreciate that a university wants its students to consider a range of perspectives, this course seems way beyond the pall, to say the very least. I would be very interested in understanding the school's reasoning for holding the class -- in a sense, it seems intent on "corrupting from within."

A simple question for Seton Hall's leadership: what about this course would be appropriate for a university that calls itself Catholic? I can't imagine a reasonable answer.
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-2 # Lona West 2010-10-26 23:20
I'm appalled to see our Catholic education facilities are bending toward liberalism to suit the minority lifestyles.. Couldn't Prof. Mott find a secular college to spread his homosexuality studies? This is the route taken by anti-Catholics teachings and influence to get their foot in the door.

We, as Confirmed Catholics, are to stand up and fight against those against our faith. This is the Catholic Church. Jesus' Church He founded and we are members. We are to be the defenders. I realize the Archbishop has misgivings, but he is the Shepherd of his flock which needs close watch to catch the wolf in sheep's clothing. We must stand true to Jesus' teaching and not be influenced by the politics of today.

God created Adam and Eve and commanded to procreate. He did not create 6 people and say "Take your pick". We must obey God's law...not the secular law. Please JUST CANCEL THIS COURSE.
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-3 # Michael A. Kojis 2010-10-27 00:09
Near the end...Good will be bad and bad will be good... Seton Hall PLEASE! see the error in this.

Homosexuality is against natural law and God is the Author and Creator of this law. I will pray for this to change and the grace needed to accomplish it, in the name of Christ Jesus, Amen.
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-6 # Angelo Nkwera 2010-10-27 01:56
It is incredible a devout Catholic groomed under the true doctrine of salvation bequeathed to the First Pope St Peter by our LORD Himself can dare to come forward and propagate these obnoxious practices.
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-3 # Ms Agatha Nwabuwa 2010-10-27 08:17
This course must not be taught in a catholic church/school at all. I think novenas/prayers should be held in respect of this and we catholic should stand against this. It is sin against God and man. We must uphold our Catholic faith and teaching and not allow things happening around us to change us and our belief. Thank u.
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-4 # Fide 2010-10-27 10:29
Wrapping the "gay" agenda in political terms for titling a college course at a Catholic university lacks intellectual honesty.

Call it what it is: an assault upon God and faith! Presenting such a course at Seton Hall is reprehensible.
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-2 # maria d 2010-10-27 12:07
The natural law of life itself denies the existence of 'same sex marriage'.
I'm appalled to see our Catholic education facilities are bending toward liberalism to suit the minority lifestyles..
Call it what it is: an assault upon God and faith! Presenting such a course at Seton Hall is reprehensible.
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-2 # Agnes 2010-10-27 14:10
The Archbishop of Canterbury at the start of the homosexual crisis in the Anglican Church, asked the rhetorical question:
"Now that artificial contraception has enabled sexual pleasure as an end in itself, how can we deny it to homosexuals?"
Which demonstrates that he sees a connection of sexual immorality with artificial contraception and appears to accept fornication and adultery.
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-4 # Fr. Steve Gregory, 2010-10-27 14:34
Aside from God creating male and Female to be as one, as is described in Genesis, it can be seen from God's laws in nature that two electrical charges of the same polarity do not attract each other but only opposite polarities attract. The same holds true with magnetism. Like poles repel and unlike poles attract. What don't the liberals understand?
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-2 # Ted McGraw 2010-10-27 20:28
Recognizing homosexuality as a ‘moral good’, which is what your class is teaching, results in an erroneous ethics. Homosexual acts, as free acts of the will, deviate from the moral order established by ethics because they are not in agreement with the final end of man. It is quite appalling that a university not only demonstrate but teach such a lack of understanding of the relative disposition of things. Please cancel that class and substitute a class based on Newman’s “Idea of a University”.
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-3 # THOMAS J. MARINO 2010-10-27 20:34
Teaching this pro-homosexual lifestyle/same sex marriage course at a Catholic University is in opposition to the Catholic Church's teaching about the sin of a homosexual lifestyle and the Bible. Shame on this Catholic University for allowing such a course which is contrary to Catholic teachings. The Pope should not allow this course to be taught at a Catholic University.
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-1 # pierre blancard 2010-10-28 21:18
Are you all mad over their at Seton Hall University, allowing the devil free reign like this?? You're a Catholic University for crying out loud!!
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-3 # elisabeth 2010-10-29 22:17
When will someone stand up and say "I am proud to be heterosexual" and not have to apologize? We are 98% of the population. Homosexuality is promoted as an excuse for not being successful as made by God. Lots of heterosexuals remain celibate -- so can they. It's about love which God is, not sex anyway or anywhere you can find it.
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-2 # renate muller 2010-10-30 13:51
I can see the handwriting on the wall! Just cancel the course.
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-1 # renate muller 2010-10-30 13:55
the handwriting is on the wall.
cancel the course and fire the professor
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-2 # Bernadette 2010-10-31 18:43
This is not a matter of being proud of what you are but rather of who you are. IF you are Roman Catholic, there is no controversy, no discussion - homosexuality, along with other forms of sexual deviancy, is wrong. Period. We are living in times in which are faith, misunderstood, subjected to massive anti-propaganda, is being attacked from without as never before, and from within by traitors, heretics to the faith. STAND UP for your faith. Write, call Dr. Esteban & express your concern that a Catholic college is teaching modernistic fallacies. It is your obligation as a Catholic. It is your obligation for the souls of our young.
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-4 # Crusader 2010-12-03 12:49
Is not "homosexual marriage" a direct assault on one of the RCC's Seven Sacraments? My answer is YES! Why then is a Catholic institution/organization supporting this assault? Is this what the martyrs died for? I think not. Shameful behavior on part of Seton Hall, but there is still time to "do the right thing". Will Seton Hall do the right thing?
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