Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Ontario Catholic teacher who oversees gay club claims Catechism doesn’t teach homosexuality is a sin

A poster at Toronto's Father Michael McGivney Catholic
Academy promoting the school's homosexual club
TORONTO, February 18, 2015 ( -- Although teacher Danny DiLallo is admittedly “passionate” about his work with a gay-straight alliance (GSA) in an Ontario Catholic school, he recently encountered a passion seemingly as strong as his own, after publicly denying that the Catechism says homosexuality is disordered.

DiLallo, a co-founder of the GSA “No Names” at Markham’s Father Michael McGivney Catholic Academy, gave a presentation on his group at a February 12 seminar on “Sex and sexuality” at Toronto’s Humber River Hospital, along with six of his students.

But a low-level ruckus broke out after concerned grandparent and former Catholic school teacher Lou Iacobelli questioned DiLallo on his Catholic sources, and the teacher referred to the Catechism and the Bible. When Iacobelli observed that, “the Catechism says homosexuality is disordered and what you need to do is--” DiLallo interrupted. “No, it doesn’t,” he said.  (more...)

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