The pastor of my church is a gay man legally married to a gay man. Any members of the church who disagree with that siuation left long ago.<quoted text>
I keep telling you, those views peoples views don't match those of the entire church. tried using the government analogy, just because I live in the US, doesn't mean I agree with the republicans or democrats wholeheartedly. Just because I'm in the catholic church, it doesn't mean I agree with the hardcore conservatives. You can't tell me there aren't people in your church who's beliefs contradict yours. And, again, I could go protestant and join a church that agrees with my political views (because that's what this really boils down to) but then I'd lose the spiritual teachings and interpretations that I DO agree with. When it comes to my faith, I choose spirituality over politics. Isn't that the more important of the two?
Be a Catholic if that makes you happy, but it certainly seems illogical to me.