As a Catholic, I see little to be gained in talking about “sexual orientations” – though I do think people can be in denial about their attractions, and that this can be a problem. No one is directly to blame for unchosen experiences they have; and this would be true of ANY sort of sexual attraction, whatever its object. (One might be indirectly to blame, if one has “courted temptation”).
On the pedophilia issue, I think it’s a critical question what best protects children, and I think the answer is by no means obvious. I don’t think it’s necessary nor helpful to label pedophilia an orientation, since it seems to me to be a mental illness, no matter whether one finds it disturbing in oneself and no matter whether one acts on it. However, I do question the assumption that all people attracted to children are child abusers, and – as a person who grew up feeling hated and isolated for my attraction to men – I think that it might protect the potential victims of pedophiles if we showed more compassion to people who genuinely hate that they feel an attraction to children.
Hurt people hurt people.