Catriona Gray replies to a netizen implying that she is compromising her Christian Faith with her LGBTQIA support

Catriona Gray replies to a netizen implying that she is compromising her Christian Faith with her LGBTQIA support

- Catriona Gray earned praises and admiration once again over her reply to a netizen

- The netizen questioned her support for the LGBTQIA community despite being a Christian

- According to the beauty queen, she believes religion should not be an excuse to hate

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Catriona Gray showed her support for the LGBTQIA community through an Instagram post. However, a netizen questioned her decision to support them. She stood firm and expressed her opinion regarding the matter.

Being a Christian, a netizen implied that she is compromising her Christian faith by supporting the LGBTQIA community.

Catriona Gray replies to a netizen implying that she is compromising her Christian Faith with her LGBTQIA support

Catriona Gray replies to a netizen implying that she is compromising her Christian Faith with her LGBTQIA support
Source: Instagram

In a screenshot shared by Fashion PULIS, Catriona answered, “My belief as a Christian does no limit me from fighting for the rights of others. Religion is never an excuse to hate, put down or act indifferent to the suffering of others. I believe God is love, and I will treat - no matter who they are, to the best of my ability, with love.”

This elicited mixed reactions. There are those who lauded the beauty queen for her response. There are also those who agreed with what the netizen said.

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Catriona Gray was born in Cairns, Queensland to a Scottish-born father, Ian Gray, from Fraserburgh, and a Filipina mother, Normita Ragas Magnayon, from Oas, Albay. She is reportedly named after her paternal grandmother, Catherine Gray, and Elsa Magnayon, her maternal grandmother from Oas, Albay, Philippines.

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