Catholicism, (homo)eros, and everthing else
If you believe “homosexual desires” are “disordered desires,” then you’re not helping gay friends by insisting that the point be belabored. You’re probably trying to avoid one disorder by creating another.
Over the years, I’ve found a shift in my concerns for safety.
I rolled my eyes when Clinton’s supporters cried on Election Night 2016.
There was no “plan.” Those inciting violence didn’t need one, and they knew it.
I understand that this may be uncomfortable for you as someone who has so vocally supported Trump.
Those people erected both a cross and a noose outside the Capitol building, seeming to suggest: we Christians will lynch you.
They aim neither for freedom nor a true beginning.
Something is lost with this sort of commentary, and once it is lost, it cannot be regained.
Currently, most bills allow tenants to be evicted for a failure to pay rent for a previous month, even if the tenant is able to pay of the overdue rent before the end of the “eviction relief” period.
I know a young man who years ago was seduced by an older priest in a position of power.