French bishops have reluctantly been forced to accept the transgender movement

The Catholic News Agency reports that the French Catholic Church will no longer require that the priest enter the parents' sex on baptismal registry forms.  The move is in response to shifting family norms within France: The French Catholic bishops' conference permanent council has approved a recommendation to remove references to the sex of parents on baptismal registry forms. "The increasingly complex situation of families in France makes it extremely difficult to draft Catholic acts, especially regarding baptism," Bishop Joseph de Metz-Noblat of Langres, president of the French bishops' conference Council for Canonical Questions, wrote in a letter dated Dec. 13, 2018. He said, because of complex family situations, chanceries in several dioceses in France had "faced problems of vocabulary." According to canon law, he said, "ministers cannot refuse sacraments to persons who opportunely ask for them, while children...(Read Full Post)
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