My wife and I were givng a Pre-Cana talk to a group of young, engaged, mostly Catholic couples recently. During the talk my wife gave a definition of marriage as “one man and one woman, not two men or two women”. She also talked about
“a lifelong union between a man and a woman, a blending of their lives, and a process of becoming “one.” This means a 100-percent, eyes-wide-open commitment to one another ~ one that is declared publicly and before God”.
In the written evaluations, we found one person thought that my wife was ‘gay-bashing’ and that she should keep her personal opinions to herself.
Any thoughts from the forum?