Drag shows, LGBT Pride marches, and lavender graduations. Those are just some of the events becoming increasingly commonplace on Catholic campuses throughout the country.
In recent decades, the response to homosexuality has been to confuse love with acceptance of anything and everything. Many Catholics have watched “ally” groups on campus turn into advocacy groups.
Father Paul Check, the director of Courage, an apostolate which ministers to people with same-sex attraction who want to live by the Catholic Church’s sexual teachings, gave an interview to Catholic World Report where he talks about the harm caused when Catholics do not respond in faith.