Uprooting Nature and Planting in a Vacuum, by Dr. Donald DeMarco

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By Dr. Donald DeMarco, Catholic East Texas, Sept. 23, 2021

Jorge Cardinal Medina Estévez comes with impressive credentials. He served as Prefect for the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments, was a peritus at the Second Vatican Council, and has been a professor of theology and metaphysics at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. He begins his most timely book, “Male and Female He Created Them,” with simplicity and eloquence: “No human institution is so deeply rooted in nature and in the heart of man and of woman as marriage and the family. Prior to any philosophical reasoning, men and women know that they are made for each other, that they need each other, and that there exists between them a relationship that is different from all other relationships found in human society.”

Today, having uprooted nature, we find ourselves in a moral vacuum in which we seek to plant the unnatural. Such a transplant, naturally, is impossible since a vacuum is unable to support anything. In erasing the natural distinction between male and female, people in progressive circles now believe that a man, who identifies as a woman, can get pregnant, that boys who identify as girls, should be admitted to perform in women’s sports, and that holding to the words in Genesis that God created them male and female, justifies a person losing his job. Same-sex marriages are constitutionally protected, and the terms “mother” and “father,” “wife” and “husband,” are deemed obsolete. Transgenderism has seemingly replaced nature, though it cannot thrive without it. …