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Now the fight is for Catholic priest De Valk

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After charges against Mark Steyn and MacLean were dismissed, now there is another person to worry about. His name is the Catholic priest Fr. De Valk, editor of the magazine Catholic Insight, who has been accused of “not representing Catholic teaching about homosexuals“. He actually said that “matrimony is only held between a man and a woman” and has been accused of “having deep content and hate for homosexuals“. The surprising thing is that he actually said that considering the Catholic texts on homosexuality.

Ex pastor Boisson has also been targeted by CHRC because of his views on homosexuality. He has appealed the Commission’s ruling but the problem is that he hasn’t as much exposure as Steyn and MacLean to continue the pressure on the CHRC.

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Written by Claudia

July 3, 2008 at 9:53 pm

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  1. We need to setp up the pressure.


    July 4, 2008 at 10:08 am

  2. I agree, BCF. Totally.
    He maybe doesn’t have the same importance in MSM but he can have more in the blogosphere.


    July 4, 2008 at 10:11 am

  3. […] you read what the CHRC actually said, they are labelling the Catholic teachings on homosexuality as “of offensive […]

  4. […] newspapers outside Alberta have reported the story (about Mr. Boissoin, more here). Yet it is a story of national importance. It involves a government agency penalizing a person […]

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