So an elderly priest from Canada spoke his heart and was silenced.
The diocese played the "we need to love everyone card" -- which translated to diocesan garble means--"don't offend any one and please be politically correct."
It smacks of relativism and if you follow the reasoning of the diocesan spokesperson--we end up with no absolute truths--a slippery slope. But how can you argue with a diocesan spokesperson who says "we are all loved unconditionally...."?
But, by taking that position the church hung the elderly priest out to dry and aligned itself with moral relativism. Bad form.