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Pro Malta Christiana says it is part of the Church

A spokesman for Pro Malta Christiana has stated that they are part of the Church as its members are practising Catholics and because Maltese society is inspired by traditions  and the moral doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church.

The spokesman was commenting on the reaction of the Maltese Church to the activity organised by the group.  The group is to meet in Valletta to recite the rosary “in reparation for Malta Gay Pride and the LGBT agenda.”

A spokesperson for the Church in Malta had told TVM that this group does not form part of the Church in Malta, and everyone has to assume responsibility for their actions. The spokesperson added that the Church respects persons of every sexual orientation, and recognises the dignity of each and every one of them, adding that every person is dear to the Church.

To this, Pro Malta Christiana replied that the Maltese Church should shoulder the responsibility which conveniently ignores the social and moral teaching of the Church regarding homosexuality in order to be politically correct.

See also:

Il-Knisja tiddisassoċja ruħha minn talb li se jsir lejlet il-Malta Gay Pride

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