I support the Catholic Church’s teachings in all areas due to their concern for the dignity of all: those well-educated, less-educated, abused socially or physically, inside or outside the womb, etc. You may disagree with this or not, but you can keep reading no matter what because the following is a growing trend:
Hold back your sympathies to one person or the other for just long enough to read through this entire conversation online found in the comments of this article: http://www.uscatholic.org/articles/201805/transgender-and-catholic-31392
Furthermore, a video that had been posted in that comment section really hit me in the sense that I did not know much of the experience of a pediatrician and their perspective with close contact to many different families, children, and situations:
Read this article for more on her opinion (do note a biased news source, to be fair): https://www.dailysignal.com/2017/07/03/im-pediatrician-transgender-ideology-infiltrated-field-produced-large-scale-child-abuse/
What is on your reading/research to do list? Right now, a roommate’t pet just died, which sparks up debates on if animals are in Heaven…so this reading is timed correctly:
God bless EVERYONE- everyone who disagrees, everyone who agrees, and everyone who is just not quite sure what to think! Every human has more good than bad, so let’s bring out the good through more discussion on Jesus’s legacy for us and God-inspired ideas conveyed through Catholic doctrine and Church documents. A huge hug to each reader on this snowy first day of February. Let’s smile more, actively support each person while staying true to our conscience that we are under moral obligation to form well, and affirm about things we can before talking about the touchy stuff.