- Our faith’s morality is not subjective.
- Morality is legislated all the time. Murder, theft, lying (perjury, fraud), sexual assault, and many other immoral acts are justly legislated against.
- If it’s gay marriage you’re worried about, I personally have spent more time on tumblr lately than I care to count trying to explain to people that the government has no legitimate authority to regulate marriage at all. As Niko pointed out, the whole point is that citizens, especially Catholic citizens, are concerned with making just laws. A just law does not deny someone a legal right. Marriage is not a right and certainly not a legal right, but the legal benefits tied up with civil marriage licenses are. Catholics have no interest in denying anyone their legal right to name a partner of their choosing for governmental/money/etc recognition/reasons, because all human beings as citizens have the right to name whatever consenting adult they choose to that position. But that is all the government should be doing in regards to people’s personal relationships, whether those relationships are marital, homosexual, or otherwise, because that is all the government has the authority to regulate: legal matters. And relationships, including marriage, are not a legal, governmental matter.
God bless you.