It's to be hoped that the reason 150 delegates crammed into a room designed for 50 was so that they could satisfy themselves that the speaker really was going to spout such utter rubbish that they wouldn't wish to miss it, for the laugh. But I doubt it, somehow.
This was at the Lambeth Conference, where they heard Cardinal Walter Kaspar, president of the Vatican's Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, proclaim that homosexuality is a disordered behaviour that must be condemned.
Quoting from a key document on Anglican and Catholic relations he told the meeting, "Homosexuality is a disordered behaviour. The activity must be condemned; the traditional approach to homosexuality is comprehensive . . . A clear declaration about this theme must come from the Anglican Communion."
This utter excuse for a human being said he was saddened that dialogue between the Anglican Communion and the Roman Catholic Church had been seriously compromised over the issues of women's ordination and homosexuality. These developments, he said, had also caused the Communion to enter into a period of dispute.
You can read more here. Perhaps this monster got a round of applause. Better a dose of clap.