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By Diogenes (articles ) | Mar 20, 2009

 Father Peter Kennedy, the scourge of the Brisbane archdiocese, educates an Australian television audience:

"I think the Church is so wrong about its teaching on sex, because women are excluded."

That's backwards, isn't it? When honest Catholic laymen engage in sexual activity, their wives-- who are women-- are involved. Yes, there are sexual activities from which women are excluded. Those are the activities the Church condemns.

Speaking of which, Kennedy reports on ceremonies held at his own parish:

"Yes, there were blessings of homosexual couples."

 

 

 

 

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