Like many revisionist moral theologians, Bordeyne favors the private blessing of same-sex unions. He believes in “atypical paths to holiness” for individuals in these irregular relationships. He is hopeful that acceptance of these alternative paths within the Church will inspire “a renewal of the Christian theology of sexuality, precisely because human sexuality, ultimately relatively undetermine…More
Like many revisionist moral theologians, Bordeyne favors the private blessing of same-sex unions. He believes in “atypical paths to holiness” for individuals in these irregular relationships. He is hopeful that acceptance of these alternative paths within the Church will inspire “a renewal of the Christian theology of sexuality, precisely because human sexuality, ultimately relatively undetermined, admits of atypical forms and expressions.”

The John Paul II Pontifical Institute in Turmoil

At the canonization ceremony of St. Pope John Paul II, Pope Francis graciously referred to the former pontiff as the “Pope of the Family.” The crowds…
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Is there such a thing as an immoral moral theologian ?