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A North Carolina pastor preached hate in a recent sermon when he theorized that gay and lesbian people should be put behind an electric fence and left there to 'die out'.

Pastor Charles Worley, 71, gave the incendiary sermon on Mother's Day in the Providence Road Baptist Church, and his homicidal plans were met with a receptive audience.

'I figured a way out, a way to get rid of all the lesbians and the queers, but I couldn't get it passed the Congress,' he started off.

'Build a great big large fence, 50 or a hundred mile long. Put all the lesbians in there, fly over and drop some food. Do the same thing with the queers and the homosexuals. And have that fence electrified so they can’t get out.

The March 13 sermon came just days after President Obama announced that he personally supports equal rights for all Americans, and said that same-sex marriage should allowed throughout the country.

ROME (CNN) – Using strikingly open language, a new Vatican report says the church should welcome and appreciate gays, and offers a solution for divorced and remarried Catholics who want to receive Communion.

At a press conference on Monday to present the report, Cardinal Louis Antonio Tagle of the Philippines said Catholic clergy meeting here have largely focused on the impact of poverty, war and immigration on families.

But the newly proposed language on gays and civil marriages represents a   “pastoral earthquake,”  said one veteran Vatican journalist.

“Regarding homosexuals, it went so far as to pose the question whether the church could accept and value their sexual orientation without compromising Catholic doctrine,” said John Thavis, a former Rome bureau chief for Catholic News Service.

The Rev. James Martin, an author and Jesuit priest, called the report's language on gays and lesbians "revolutionary."

Every individual committed to the promotion of an open, free and democratic society in Zimbabwe is welcome to join GALZ and support the association’s activities.

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A North Carolina pastor preached hate in a recent sermon when he theorized that gay and lesbian people should be put behind an electric fence and left there to 'die out'.

Pastor Charles Worley, 71, gave the incendiary sermon on Mother's Day in the Providence Road Baptist Church, and his homicidal plans were met with a receptive audience.

'I figured a way out, a way to get rid of all the lesbians and the queers, but I couldn't get it passed the Congress,' he started off.

'Build a great big large fence, 50 or a hundred mile long. Put all the lesbians in there, fly over and drop some food. Do the same thing with the queers and the homosexuals. And have that fence electrified so they can’t get out.

The March 13 sermon came just days after President Obama announced that he personally supports equal rights for all Americans, and said that same-sex marriage should allowed throughout the country.

ROME (CNN) – Using strikingly open language, a new Vatican report says the church should welcome and appreciate gays, and offers a solution for divorced and remarried Catholics who want to receive Communion.

At a press conference on Monday to present the report, Cardinal Louis Antonio Tagle of the Philippines said Catholic clergy meeting here have largely focused on the impact of poverty, war and immigration on families.

But the newly proposed language on gays and civil marriages represents a   “pastoral earthquake,”  said one veteran Vatican journalist.

“Regarding homosexuals, it went so far as to pose the question whether the church could accept and value their sexual orientation without compromising Catholic doctrine,” said John Thavis, a former Rome bureau chief for Catholic News Service.

The Rev. James Martin, an author and Jesuit priest, called the report's language on gays and lesbians "revolutionary."

A North Carolina pastor preached hate in a recent sermon when he theorized that gay and lesbian people should be put behind an electric fence and left there to 'die out'.

Pastor Charles Worley, 71, gave the incendiary sermon on Mother's Day in the Providence Road Baptist Church, and his homicidal plans were met with a receptive audience.

'I figured a way out, a way to get rid of all the lesbians and the queers, but I couldn't get it passed the Congress,' he started off.

'Build a great big large fence, 50 or a hundred mile long. Put all the lesbians in there, fly over and drop some food. Do the same thing with the queers and the homosexuals. And have that fence electrified so they can’t get out.

The March 13 sermon came just days after President Obama announced that he personally supports equal rights for all Americans, and said that same-sex marriage should allowed throughout the country.

ROME (CNN) – Using strikingly open language, a new Vatican report says the church should welcome and appreciate gays, and offers a solution for divorced and remarried Catholics who want to receive Communion.

At a press conference on Monday to present the report, Cardinal Louis Antonio Tagle of the Philippines said Catholic clergy meeting here have largely focused on the impact of poverty, war and immigration on families.

But the newly proposed language on gays and civil marriages represents a   “pastoral earthquake,”  said one veteran Vatican journalist.

“Regarding homosexuals, it went so far as to pose the question whether the church could accept and value their sexual orientation without compromising Catholic doctrine,” said John Thavis, a former Rome bureau chief for Catholic News Service.

The Rev. James Martin, an author and Jesuit priest, called the report's language on gays and lesbians "revolutionary."

Every individual committed to the promotion of an open, free and democratic society in Zimbabwe is welcome to join GALZ and support the association’s activities.

A North Carolina pastor preached hate in a recent sermon when he theorized that gay and lesbian people should be put behind an electric fence and left there to 'die out'.

Pastor Charles Worley, 71, gave the incendiary sermon on Mother's Day in the Providence Road Baptist Church, and his homicidal plans were met with a receptive audience.

'I figured a way out, a way to get rid of all the lesbians and the queers, but I couldn't get it passed the Congress,' he started off.

'Build a great big large fence, 50 or a hundred mile long. Put all the lesbians in there, fly over and drop some food. Do the same thing with the queers and the homosexuals. And have that fence electrified so they can’t get out.

The March 13 sermon came just days after President Obama announced that he personally supports equal rights for all Americans, and said that same-sex marriage should allowed throughout the country.

A North Carolina pastor preached hate in a recent sermon when he theorized that gay and lesbian people should be put behind an electric fence and left there to 'die out'.

Pastor Charles Worley, 71, gave the incendiary sermon on Mother's Day in the Providence Road Baptist Church, and his homicidal plans were met with a receptive audience.

'I figured a way out, a way to get rid of all the lesbians and the queers, but I couldn't get it passed the Congress,' he started off.

'Build a great big large fence, 50 or a hundred mile long. Put all the lesbians in there, fly over and drop some food. Do the same thing with the queers and the homosexuals. And have that fence electrified so they can’t get out.

The March 13 sermon came just days after President Obama announced that he personally supports equal rights for all Americans, and said that same-sex marriage should allowed throughout the country.

ROME (CNN) – Using strikingly open language, a new Vatican report says the church should welcome and appreciate gays, and offers a solution for divorced and remarried Catholics who want to receive Communion.

At a press conference on Monday to present the report, Cardinal Louis Antonio Tagle of the Philippines said Catholic clergy meeting here have largely focused on the impact of poverty, war and immigration on families.

But the newly proposed language on gays and civil marriages represents a   “pastoral earthquake,”  said one veteran Vatican journalist.

“Regarding homosexuals, it went so far as to pose the question whether the church could accept and value their sexual orientation without compromising Catholic doctrine,” said John Thavis, a former Rome bureau chief for Catholic News Service.

The Rev. James Martin, an author and Jesuit priest, called the report's language on gays and lesbians "revolutionary."

Every individual committed to the promotion of an open, free and democratic society in Zimbabwe is welcome to join GALZ and support the association’s activities.

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© 2017 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved.

gays and lesbians discharged from military

A North Carolina pastor preached hate in a recent sermon when he theorized that gay and lesbian people should be put behind an electric fence and left there to 'die out'.

Pastor Charles Worley, 71, gave the incendiary sermon on Mother's Day in the Providence Road Baptist Church, and his homicidal plans were met with a receptive audience.

'I figured a way out, a way to get rid of all the lesbians and the queers, but I couldn't get it passed the Congress,' he started off.

'Build a great big large fence, 50 or a hundred mile long. Put all the lesbians in there, fly over and drop some food. Do the same thing with the queers and the homosexuals. And have that fence electrified so they can’t get out.

The March 13 sermon came just days after President Obama announced that he personally supports equal rights for all Americans, and said that same-sex marriage should allowed throughout the country.

ROME (CNN) – Using strikingly open language, a new Vatican report says the church should welcome and appreciate gays, and offers a solution for divorced and remarried Catholics who want to receive Communion.

At a press conference on Monday to present the report, Cardinal Louis Antonio Tagle of the Philippines said Catholic clergy meeting here have largely focused on the impact of poverty, war and immigration on families.

But the newly proposed language on gays and civil marriages represents a   “pastoral earthquake,”  said one veteran Vatican journalist.

“Regarding homosexuals, it went so far as to pose the question whether the church could accept and value their sexual orientation without compromising Catholic doctrine,” said John Thavis, a former Rome bureau chief for Catholic News Service.

The Rev. James Martin, an author and Jesuit priest, called the report's language on gays and lesbians "revolutionary."

A North Carolina pastor preached hate in a recent sermon when he theorized that gay and lesbian people should be put behind an electric fence and left there to 'die out'.

Pastor Charles Worley, 71, gave the incendiary sermon on Mother's Day in the Providence Road Baptist Church, and his homicidal plans were met with a receptive audience.

'I figured a way out, a way to get rid of all the lesbians and the queers, but I couldn't get it passed the Congress,' he started off.

'Build a great big large fence, 50 or a hundred mile long. Put all the lesbians in there, fly over and drop some food. Do the same thing with the queers and the homosexuals. And have that fence electrified so they can’t get out.

The March 13 sermon came just days after President Obama announced that he personally supports equal rights for all Americans, and said that same-sex marriage should allowed throughout the country.

A North Carolina pastor preached hate in a recent sermon when he theorized that gay and lesbian people should be put behind an electric fence and left there to 'die out'.

Pastor Charles Worley, 71, gave the incendiary sermon on Mother's Day in the Providence Road Baptist Church, and his homicidal plans were met with a receptive audience.

'I figured a way out, a way to get rid of all the lesbians and the queers, but I couldn't get it passed the Congress,' he started off.

'Build a great big large fence, 50 or a hundred mile long. Put all the lesbians in there, fly over and drop some food. Do the same thing with the queers and the homosexuals. And have that fence electrified so they can’t get out.

The March 13 sermon came just days after President Obama announced that he personally supports equal rights for all Americans, and said that same-sex marriage should allowed throughout the country.

ROME (CNN) – Using strikingly open language, a new Vatican report says the church should welcome and appreciate gays, and offers a solution for divorced and remarried Catholics who want to receive Communion.

At a press conference on Monday to present the report, Cardinal Louis Antonio Tagle of the Philippines said Catholic clergy meeting here have largely focused on the impact of poverty, war and immigration on families.

But the newly proposed language on gays and civil marriages represents a   “pastoral earthquake,”  said one veteran Vatican journalist.

“Regarding homosexuals, it went so far as to pose the question whether the church could accept and value their sexual orientation without compromising Catholic doctrine,” said John Thavis, a former Rome bureau chief for Catholic News Service.

The Rev. James Martin, an author and Jesuit priest, called the report's language on gays and lesbians "revolutionary."

Every individual committed to the promotion of an open, free and democratic society in Zimbabwe is welcome to join GALZ and support the association’s activities.