So apparently J.C penneys support gay marriage.
In Ireland, we have “Primark” known as Penneys. They are apparently the Irish/English version of the americian one.
Although apparently J.C penneys support gay marriage including advertisements etc. I have never heard of the Irish one doing so, or the English. They don’t advertise like that, don’t make t-shirts with that etc.
I suppose I’m already answering my question, but is it not sinful to shop at the Irish Penneys/Primark? They’re cheap enough and were not rich. Also, to what I know, they’ve never been known to support this. I’ve never heard this of the Irish one or English one.
So is it fine to buy clothes from penneys in Ireland? Is it not immoral or sinful?
Most of mine and my family’s clothes come from there. They also sell Christmas things.
I have never known the Irish and English penneys and primark to do anything like that.
We never went to JC penneys.
I’m trying to be less scrupulous, not worse.
I’d really appreciate if a priest was to answer this.
Whether I can shop/wear clothes/buy clothes in the english/Irish penneys/primark store?
If a company/store/organisation etc supports something against Catholic belief, eg. gay marriage etc. even if we do not agree with this or are buying because of this, are we sinning or being immoral by buying or using these things?