A reader gives his comments on my comments on Mark Jordan’s Freudian sloop. He also sent me some junk from Time magazine that I will comment on later.

You are spot-on with your analysis of Mark Jordan and others who share his view. It would be laughable if it were not so serious. I suspect you have seen this article from Time magazine. Not to put too fine a point on it, but persons who view the world primarily through the grid of their sexual attractions can’t see straight. This is, of course, true of heterosexuals as well as homosexuals. Sexual attractions ought not define us as persons. If they do, then there’s something terribly
wrong. The answer is not cultural change or new ways of seeing. The answer is the same as it’s always been: conversion of hearts and minds so we might experience the saving power of the Paschal Mystery.