Before joining the Roman Catholic Church I belonged to an episcopal church which was both conservative and traditional.
Our priest was very clear that he was accepting of homosexuals in the parish as long as they were celibate-not an active homosexual and the anglican church I joined next was the same
So I assumed when I joined the Catholic church the same would apply. When I was received into the Catholuc church again, I was in a conservative parish. Shortly thereafter I moved to a smaller town which is very liberal and only has one parish. I recently learned that a same sex couple who entertained the priest often in their home receive communion. I expect there are probably others.
My question is in this day and age are Catholics just expected to look away and ignore this?