The Daily Dartmouth reports on a lecture given at Dartmouth's Aquinas House on Friday by John Grabowski, professor at the Catholic University of America who wrote the forward to Pope John Paul II's book "Theology of the Body":
Grabowski said homosexuality is not a sin because a person does not choose to be homosexual. A person is not culpable for something that is discovered, he said.
"One is not responsible for being homosexual, one is responsible for what they choose to do with it," Grabowski said. "If a homosexual person is in a stable relationship, that's the best they can hope for."
Grabowski reminded the audience that although the Catholic Church condemns homosexuality, it condemns hatred as well.
Huh? Man, you gotta admire the consistency of Catholic theology, from that whole Trinity deal to its views on homosexuality.