"ROME — Brazil’s Leonardo Ulrich Steiner, made a cardinal last week by Pope Francis, has insisted that homosexual acts are only sinful for Christians and thus gay unions should be approved.
Using the logic of not wanting to impose confessional morals on non-Christians, Cardinal Steiner told LifeSiteNews that the Church should not try to make society follow its beliefs.
'How do we say if it is a sin if they do not live the Christian faith?' Steiner asked, regarding non-Christian gay couples.
'This is not about a fundamentally moral question,' Steiner said...
Christian teaching on the immorality of homosexual acts, which goes back 2,000 years, has always rested on natural law, meaning that the Church believes such acts to be objectively immoral for anyone, regardless of religious affiliation."
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