Yeah but I do think that there is a point of taking things too far.
Everything in the known universe has a breaking point even God’s law has a breaking point that’s why we have the sacrifice of our Lord Jesus Christ on calvary and sacrament of Reconciliation.
Don’t you think it’s kind of strange if not interesting that most priest and not necessarily always Jesuits that try to bend God’s law or look for some sort of imaginary loophole are always looking at specific issues that deal with sex and human sexuality.
You don’t see these type of arguments for things like murder, or theft, or profanity, or any other type of sin.
Isn’t it kind of ironic that all the scandals today have to deal with sex and human sexuality i.e homosexuality, pedophilia, hebephillia, and sexual assaults against almost always usually males that are young children, teenagers, and young adults especially seminarians.
The reality is there are no loopholes there is no way to bend God’s law and God cannot be tricked He cannot be strong-armed into our crooked wills.
The things that priest push the limit for all deal with sex whether it’s divorce and remarriage or homosexuality it all deals with some form of sinful sex or sexual lifestyles.
There is a limit, there is a breaking point, there is a certain capacity of whether something is either a sin or it’s not and there is no way of going around it.
There are two issues that I see amongst Catholics and especially some but not all priest and obviously not necessarily Jesuits.
First is that they want to keep certain individuals permanently in the dark so that they can remain Invincibley ignorant and live happy but gavely sinful lives.
Second in some cases they themselves suffer from the very stigma that they argue for and are trying to legitimize and normalize in the Church and society.
It’s like presenting someone with a beautifully decorated sugary coated cupcake that looks delicious, taste delicious, but it’s filled with cyanide and the person is dead as soon as they bite into it.
I’m not saying that some of the groups that I have mentioned shouldn’t be reached out to and shouldn’t be evangelize to but they should be evangelize to and reached out to with the truth and not a lie or false hope.
That’s one of my biggest issues in the Church today and it’s again not a Jesuit thing but I wanted to reply to your response.