"Do you not know that the wicked will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: Neither the sexually immoral nor idolaters nor adulterers nor male prostitutes nor homosexual offenders  nor thieves nor the greedy nor drunkards nor slanderers nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God." [Cor. 6:9-10]
'Exchanging the natural function for that which is unnatural'
' abandoned the natural function'
2) They also reject the command for the husband to cleave to a wife.
They strip off the life roles attached to the two sexes, male and female and make mockery of their sexual functions. They think their arrangement is superior to God's. Clearly it is not. Often one postures as the opposite sex. Does this not tell them that God's design is best. Does not nature itself tell them God's design is best. But their lusts have led them into the wrong paths.
3) They reject the beauty of the blend between male and female for odd and unnatural acts.
The above passage speaks clearly of the due penalty for their waywardness. Physical problems such as AIDS are just one result for their error. Emotional, societal, family and personal problems escalate no matter how many people pretend it is natural. It simply is not.
All of these passages are very clear and easy to understand. There is no pulling them out of context or anything else going on, this is what God's word says.
First God created men and women to be married to each other, to become one in Christ. That means the man is enhanced and fulfilled by his wife and the wife is enhanced and fulfilled by her husband. This was and still is God's plan for men and women.
Secondly God calls homosexual acts detestable. In another place He tells us that the wicked practice such things and that they will have no inheritance in His kingdom. In another He calls homosexual relations shameful and unnatural.
God leaves no doubt that homosexuality is a sin. So we need to examine what sin means. First it means rebellion against God, but what does that mean? It means that it is something that a person chooses to do.
Now, Does God Hate Homosexual people?
First, it is important for us Catholics to understand that God does not hate anyone. God may dislike certain behaviors, but He loves each and every person. In reading the Bible it becomes clear that God wants each and every person to come to Him and believe in Him. He is a loving God.