We know that homosexuality is condemned in the Bible, but why? Some Christians say it is because God's plan was for man and woman to join in the sacrament of matrimony, and be fruitful and multiply. So, homosexuality, by that logic, is not condemned because of what it is, it is condemned because it diverts a person from doing what they are commanded to do, which is be fruitful and multiply. But then, there's a question. Why does the Catholic faith command certain persons to remain celibate and/or chaste in order to serve God? Would not a life of celibacy and/or chastity be just as sinful as a life spent in the homosexual lifestyle? And on a broader note, are all men and woman who never marry living a sinful life? I think we need a serious discussion, so let's not have the usual malarky.