Sorry, I don’t really know where this post should go - I hope it’s in the right place!
I’m currently preparing a presentation with a couple of friends entitled “Catholicism 101” for our school theology society. It’ll be on a lot of the controversial parts of Catholic ethical teaching, explaining what the Church actually teaches rather than the rather warped view society often has of Catholicism.
So, anyway, there’s a section on homosexuality and I’d quite like to be able to name a few well-known Catholics who were homosexual - but lived celibately, please - so as to explain the Church in no way considers homosexuals as ‘second-class Catholics’.
Thanks very much for the replies in advance