The homosexual theologian has been fulminating for days against the teaching of the Church and is also attempting to justify his "homosexual-life" -- A speaker for the Archdiocese offers that matter at this point being arranged "is still in process".
Cologne (kath.net) Will the contentious Cologne theologian David Berger leave his job as Catholic religion instructure, after he has been outed for months now as a practicing homosexual and having lived a double life for years? In the Archdiocese of Cologne at this time a kath.net inquiry has been informed, "the entire matter at point being arranged "is still in process", exlained a speaker to kath,.net.
Berger has been publishing for some days his obscure theses to the media. A very unfounded thesis for example was told to "Spiegel": "It must be made known that a large number of Catholic priests and seminarians in Europe and the United States are homosexually inclined." Berger is to this date still the religion teacher and German teacher at Ville-Gymnasium in Efstadt.
Kath.net then offers the Catechism and several citations from Holy Scripture: [Genesis 19, 1-29, Romans 1,24-27; 1 Corinthians 6,10; 1 Timothy 1,10] They repudiate the natural law, because the propagation of life is closed to such a sex act. They do not have a true and affective sexual maturity. They are not in any case to be sanctioned.