Dec 12, 2018 · The way the Catholic Church views marriage (all marriage) is that it is a sacramental bond designed to unify and sanctify parents as they produce and raise children. The order, then, of marriage, is on the propagation of offspring.
The Church believes that because God instituted marriage, neither the Church nor the secular state (civil government) has the authority to redefine or substantially change the nature of marriage. Despite the decision of some other Christian churches to accept openly gay ministers, the Catholic Church doesn’t follow the same path.
Jun 25, 2019 · The Roman Catholic Church's Position on Homosexuality Many denominations have differing views on homosexuality. The Roman Catholic Church is no different. While each Pope has had their individual opinions on same-sex relationships and marriage, the Vatican currently has a strong opinion on homosexuality.