Sunday, March 14, 2010

Thalamus Center - Facts From Science & Religion About Human Sexuality

Kids Are Being Hurt!!! The Pope and the hierarchical Church are the two biggest obstacles to the approval of gay marriage in the USA. However, they offer no substantiated facts to support their objections, which cause questions regarding their motivation. The Thalamus Center is all about logic and reason, teaching people the facts from science and religion about human sexuality, especially sexual orientation and gender identity. I am the only Catholic priest to have come out publicly to a parish, about the harm to children growing up gay, then immediately spending the next several weeks teaching classes on human sexuality and have resisted all attempts to remove me from the priesthood, I have a unique place and a unique stance in this crisis.  If I am removed, then the problem goes away, at least from the perspective of the hierarchy and the millions of Catholics who follow their lead. Photo - Grand Rapids MI

It is not about me.  Like Galileo, all I have is a little piece of truth about the facts of growing up gay. Marriage Equality will not become a reality until people learn that its most vital purpose is that it restores the “hope of love” to children in early childhood – essential to their development and well-being for life. Without Marriage Equality we teach children how to hate love and how to be mean and indifferent to people as adults. With all due respect, without Marriage Equality we would teach them in much the same way as has been shown by Benedict XVI and the hierarchy, especially in their lack of care and protection of children for decades. Photo

Fr. Marty Kurylowicz
Thalamus Center
Canton, Michigan

Related links:

Sexual orientation is less about sex and more about love, being one with another human being. Attachment Theory - LOVE and RELIGION, Read more

Auschwitz - Christmas 2008 - Brokeback Mountain, Read more

Ratzinger, Hurley, Maida & Accomplices - Kids Are Being Hurt!!! (Sequential Order of Reactions) Read more 

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