WITH THE POPE AGAINST THEHOMOHERESY
Fr. Dariusz Oko, Ph.D.“Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin it would be better for him to have a large millstone hung around his neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea” (cf. Matthew 18:6-11 and Luke 17:1-2).
For several weeks now Poland has witnessed a heateddiscussion on the
“huge homosexual underground in the Church”
, provoked by the most recent book by Fr. Tadeusz Isakowicz-Zaleskientitled
Chodzi mi tylko o prawd
(Truth Is All That Matters).
deny any such underground exists, and put forward theses profoundlyinconsistent with the teaching of the Church, both being at odds withtruth. The problem is serious to the extent I feel I must join in thediscussion as well, because I also care about truth, and ﬁrst of all aboutgood, the fundamental
of man and of the Church – the basiccommunity in which he lives.
Any discussion should have as its starting point the basic,axiomatic assumption that
any one of us can know with certainty only a part, and that part is likely to be partially wrong.
That should result inany opinions being presented with humility, and the arguments of partners or opponents being listened to with attention. That way we maybest beneﬁt from the parts of knowledge each of us has, and correctthem. They will always remain only parts, but they will be bigger andpuriﬁed from errors to a greater extent. That is the blessing of an honestdialogue, and it is in this spirit that I want to proceed.
My feeling of duty to take a stance results from my involvementin the philosophical criticism of homosexual ideology and homosexualpropaganda (abbreviated to