Pia De Solenni, A Moralist And Theologian Who Was Recently Named Chancellor Of The Diocese Of Orange In California, Has Noted That Unlike Taking A Glass Of Wine To Relax, Marijuana Cannot Be Used Moderately.

But, as for recreational use, Catholic moralists in general would be opposed. The Catechism of the Catholic Church says: “The use of drugs inflicts very grave damage on human health and life. Their use, except on strictly therapeutic grounds, is a grave offense” (No. 2291). Pope Francis — speaking at the 2014 International Drug Enforcement Conference in Rome — spoke strongly against the legalization of drugs for recreational use. With regard specifically to marijuana, the cannabis plant contains the mind-altering chemical THC, which Medical marijuana stocks often induces hallucinations and delusions and diminishes one’s ability to reason. Pia de Solenni, a moralist and theologian who was recently named chancellor of the Diocese of Orange in California, has noted that unlike taking a glass of wine to relax, marijuana cannot be used moderately. “Once you’ve gone beyond the buzz,” she says, “you actually lose control over your rational functions. It’s wrong. It goes against our nature and who we’re supposed to be.” Q. I need some clarification on the church’s marriage laws.

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