Sexuality always involves some level of sin (in handing oneself over to sexual desire), but marriage provides a space in which such sin can be condoned.
Concupiscence can have an object, as long as that object is a spouse.
Bishop Sullivan brought hope to so many of us LGBT Catholics and those marginalized.
He made room for us in the Church, telling us clearly that we are valued members of the community.
I don't know if being gay is a sin or something like that.
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What we experience as temptations to sexual sin outside of marriage become legitimate desire once they are directed towards a spouse within marriage.