Jesuit: “Celebrating gay relationships in church is actually quite Catholic.”

Celebrating gay relationships in church is actually quite Catholic

Jos Moons SJ – Researcher ‘Mapping Synodality Project’ University of Louvain (KU Leuven) in Belgium. The Catholic Church in the Flemish …
Dr Bobus
1. This is typically Jesuit. It is necessary to balance the Four Marks of the Church (One, Holy, Catholic, Apostolic). But his approach implicitly eliminates the Unity of the Church (that it is One) by only concentrating on the Catholic mark. The Unity, however, is the manifestation of the Unity of the Faith. One God, One Faith, One Baptism.
And so the Jesuit can obviously only understand that the …More
1. This is typically Jesuit. It is necessary to balance the Four Marks of the Church (One, Holy, Catholic, Apostolic). But his approach implicitly eliminates the Unity of the Church (that it is One) by only concentrating on the Catholic mark. The Unity, however, is the manifestation of the Unity of the Faith. One God, One Faith, One Baptism.

And so the Jesuit can obviously only understand that the Church is Catholic by ignoring the Rule of Faith. In fact, the Catholicity of the Church only exists because of the Unity of Faith: One Body Many Members.

2. There is the Flemish side of the University (Leuven) and the Walloon Side (Louvain). The latter has a more Catholic reputation.