Illinois Bishop Compares Gay People to Children in Need of Punishment (Video)
Catholic Bishop Thomas Paprocki performed an exorcism on the entire state of Illinois last year after Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn (D) signed a bill legalizing gay marriage.
At the time, Bishop Paprocki told the Chicago Sun-Times that the statewide exorcism was necessary to undo the work of the devil.
Bishop Paprocki is continuing his crusade against gay marriage and recently told Life News that gay people were like children who get angry when they don't get their way and have to be punished (video below).
Ironically, it was Bishop Paprocki who didn't get his way when Illinois legalized gay marriage.
“To be opposed to the redefinition of marriage and to be opposed to things that are sinful, that’s actually a very loving thing,” said Bishop Paprocki.
“Perhaps it’s the permissiveness of our society that people think that if you don’t get what you want that you’re somehow being hateful, if you don’t give them what they want," added Bishop Paprocki. "But sometimes, like any good parent will tell you, that sometimes you have to discipline your child, sometimes you have to say no. And sometimes, you even have to punish.”
“When a parent does those things towards their children, they’re actually being very loving by correcting them and showing them the right way to do things,” concluded Bishop Paprocki.