Certainly, it is difficult to make the demands of the Gospel understandable to secularized people. But this pastoral difficulty must not lead to compromises with the truth.
Celibacy is always, shall we say, an affront to what man normally thinks. It is something that can be done, and is only credible, if there is a God and if celibacy is my doorway into the kingdom of God.
That Christianity gives joy and breadth is also a thread that runs through my whole life. Ultimately someone who is always only in opposition could not endure life at all.
“If you believe what you like in the Gospels, and reject what you don’t like, it is not the Gospel you believe, but yourself.”
“What is perfection in love? Love your enemies in such a way that you would desire to make them your brothers … For so did He love, Who hanging on the Cross, said ‘Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.’” (Luke 23:34)
We are told that the apostates in the Vatican will be releasing postage stamps in honour of the arch-heretic Martin Luther.
Given the accelerated pace at which Bergogli's sodomy-pushing henchmen are attacking the faith, by this time next year I would almost be surprised if they haven't got around to having postage stamps featuring/honouring Lucifer himself.
We are told by Fr. David Nix in "A New Year’s Circumcision" :
Traditional Catholics are usually grumpy but they are the only group still striving for the fulness of doctrinal truth.