According to Polish clergymen, a non-heterosexual orientation is not only a sin, but an illness. So, local LGBT community members – lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people – should be ‘cured’ of their diseases.
The attitude to homosexual and lesbian relationships has been altered. Viewpoints about people with non-traditional orientation have been changed as well. Religion is no exception.
Being a gay Christian can be hurtful, especially when people try to use religion to justify discrimination. The Archdiocese of Detroit has recently excluded two groups of LGBTQ people, banning them from meeting on church property. Moreover, it also prevents priests from saying mass for these people.