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Dutch cardinal says papal encyclical on gender theory might be needed

Monday, November 7, 2016 15:07
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By Simon Caldwell | Catholic News Service

Cardinal Willem Eijk of Utrecht, Netherlands, is seen in Cornwall, Ontario, Sept. 26. The Dutch cardinal spoke to Canadian bishops about the “slippery slope” of euthanasia.

OXFORD, England (CNS) — The spread of gender theory is misleading so many Catholics that a high-level document may be required to correct the errors of the ideology, a Dutch cardinal said.

Cardinal Willem Eijk of Utrecht, Netherlands, said a papal encyclical or other magisterial document “might appear to be necessary” to counter the spread of the new theory that gender can be determined by personal choice rather than by biology.

He said even Catholic parents were beginning to accept that their own children can choose their genders partly because “they don't hear anything else.”

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