It is like gay activists don't even try to hide the lies anymore.
Here is the first paragraph of a column where Cardinal Burke shares the Catechism:
//The former Archbishop of St. Louis and current Cardinal Prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura, Cardinal Raymond Burke said in an interview published Thursday that families have a responsibility to protect their children from exposure to LGBT people. Family members or not, he said, people who “suffer from same-sex attraction” are “inherently disordered” and their relationships are “always and everywhere wrong, evil.”//
That's pretty bad. The cardinal said that "gay people are disordered" and that their "relationships" are "evil."
What a nasty man!
Never mind that he didn't say that.
Here is what the Cardinal actually said:
//“If homosexual relations are intrinsically disordered, which indeed they are — reason teaches us that and also our faith — then, what would it mean to grandchildren to have present at a family gathering a family member who is living [in] a disordered relationship with another person?” he asked.//
So, homosexual relations - not people - are "disordered," which is technical philosophical term from Aristotle meaning not properly ordered to the proper end of an activity, e.g., eating is properly ordered to nutrition, not gluttony, and sexual relations are properly ordered to conjugal love and the production of children.
Likewise, it is the "acts" not the "relationships" that are evil. Same-sex relationships - being a species of friendship - are not only good but quite normal. What is evil is suborning the virtue of friendship into a misuse of the sexual faculty.
The author can agree or disagree, but this blatant misrepresentation is either dishonest or bespeaks a person who literally cannot read.