Political blogger Andreas Unterberger criticizes Schönborn after a controversial AIDS event in St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna - Yet with all the sympathy, the cardinal also held no memorial services for victims of cancer or circulatory diseases
Vienna (kath.net) "Ethically, he should not have done that, because he also has not organized any major memorial services for the victims of cancer or circulatory diseases or accidents." With clear criticism of the controversial AIDS event in St. Stephen's Cathedral on the 1st of December, Andreas Unterberger, the well-known Austrian political blogger, spoke up. The event was held in collaboration with Gery Keszler, the organizer of the controversial Life-Balls. At the ecumenical event, inter alia, the deviant Conchita Wurst also offered an intercessory prayer.
Although Unterberger, the former editor-in-chief of the Wiener Zeitung, praises Schönborn's criticism of the judgment of the Constitutional Court on gay marriage, he criticizes the fact that these "wise words" are thwarted by the event in St. Stephen's Cathedral. The Schönborn commitment had become a clear pro-homosexuality statement, "because AIDS is closely, if not exclusively, connected with the sexuality of this group."
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