Petition statement to be delivered to Pope Benedict XVI, The Head of the Roman Catholic Church

Demand The Pope To Ratify Love!

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Demand The Pope To Ratify Love!

To be delivered to Pope Benedict XVI, The Head of the Roman Catholic Church

Petition Statement

Demand the Pope to ratify LGBT love and the sacrament thereof, and allow us entry into Heaven!
There are currently 9 signatures. We need 50 signatures!

Petition Background

Every year, millions of Catholics around the world die knowing they're not going to Heaven for a love they cannot control. It's heartbreaking, especially knowing that the Church accepts that some people really are born that way, yet simply aren't allowed to act upon it.

Fortunately, there is hope:

“And I tell you that you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of Hades will not overcome it. I will give you the keys of the kingdom of Heaven; whatever you bind on earth will be bound in Heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in Heaven.” Matthew 16:18-19, New International Version (NIV).

This excerpt is from the book of Matthew, and it holds a secret truth that few Catholics are prepared to speak openly about: Our love simply doesn't have to be taboo anymore. If the Pope declares it permissible on earth, it's permissible in Heaven, too.

I'm calling on all Catholics, LGBT Activists and Supporters to petition the Vatican to do the right thing, and "loose" an archaic rule which has barred us from Heaven for so long. And if we can do this, perhaps we can do more than just save a soul. We might even save lives.

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