View Larger Image It’s more to difficult to be a Christian than to be gay Joseph Sciambra2017-11-12T08:04:26+00:00November 12th, 2017|Blog, Christ, Our Lady & the Saints, Sons of St. Joseph| Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditGoogle+Pinterest Related Posts Gallery Suffering, Salvation, and the Saints February 10th, 2019 | 3 Comments Gallery James Martin to Receive LGBT Award at Notre Dame January 23rd, 2019 Gallery 1973: The APA and the Normalization of Homosexuality January 18th, 2019 Gallery Pro-Gay Franciscan Will Celebrate Prominent Liturgy at 2019 LA REC January 11th, 2019 Gallery The Rise of the Catholic Layman, Husband, and Father in 2018 January 11th, 2019 One Comment Chris November 16, 2017 at 3:26 pm Joseph, I have a suggestion for you. Do not refer to yourself as “gay” in any context. This is a ploy of the “movement” to keep men and women trapped into their “club”, whether you want to be included or not. You will always identify as a “gay man” with these people, if you use this term. I refer to myself as a “man who has same-sex attractions”. This refers to BEHAVIOR. It is a behavior that I am choosing to reject, (like smoking, drinking, gambling, etc.). This is a choice on my part. This behavior does not define my whole person. Comments are closed.