Monday, March 15, 2021

I AGREE WITH ELTON JOHN: Vatican can't, but I personally do support of what God unmistakably believes is the right of every individual.

Vatican is no one to judge against people based upon their sexual orientation(specially due to vandalistic hidden behind walls pedophilia/adultery related crimes in which one is involved heavily - something of what GOD DOESN'T APPROVE as is not his legacy to use instruments which tends to depict itself in his image while inflicting psychological and other harms to socially vulnerable) and if Vatican must discriminate, then state must distance itself from traditional church related marriage to the degree that one wouldn't impact quality of gay driven couples via certain social benefits that are deriving from traditional matrimonies. You are different for me and in my book when hiding crime inside of your closet - not when openly married as a gay. In this world, there simply are good and bad people, but for institution to stick to so many bones in the closet(included those from WWII) and for so long is very very unusual. Women's rights are under siege in Poland(where Pope John Paul II was/is from and with what he would very much disagree - protest against) because of church if you would like to know and its much more that goes on...

Evil tried to conquer this world on few occasions, but God had each time different plan for one - making one freer and freer each time(you know, nobody wants to have his/her/its existence controlled)...


Monday's news that the Catholic Church won't bless same sex unions did not go unnoticed by Elton John.

The singer, who married longtime partner David Furnish in 2014, was quick to point out that while the Vatican's official response to a question about whether clergy are allowed to perform such acts was negative, it reportedly supported Rocketman, the 2019 movie about his life. He posted side-by-side shots of stories about both events.

"How can the Vatican refuse to bless gay marriages because they 'are sin', yet happily make a profit from investing millions in 'Rocketman' — a film which celebrates my finding happiness from my marriage to David??" John asked. He labeled the alleged actions of the church "#hypocrisy."

The two-page statement from the Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith said the church welcomes and blesses gay people, but that their unions are a different story. They're not part of God's plan, according to the document, which was issued in seven languages. This, just a few months after Pope Francis raised hopes of many gay Catholics when he noted, "“Homosexuals have a right to be part of the family…They’re children of God and have a right to a family. Nobody should be thrown out, or be made miserable because of it…What we have to create is a civil union law. That way, they are legally covered. I stood up for that.”

John's criticism, meanwhile, came from the fact that, in December 2019, the Daily Beast reported that some of the church's money wound up invested in entertainment. A report of financial expenditures listed $4.5 million invested in both Men in Black: International and John's Oscar-winning bio pic, which dealt with John's sexuality.

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