Celibacy of homosexuals can be compared to the celibacy of “women who knew they would never be able to marry because the lives of too many of their country’s men had been claimed by the Second World War,” says Aaron Taylor in today’s column .

The divine call is discerned in and through the circumstances of one’s life, which often leave a person with little choice in the matter. But in both cases the vocation itself has the same dignity, provided only that it is embraced with the same generosity on the part of the person whom God calls.

Read the full column here .

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