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Monday, July 19, 2010

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John the Convert

Thanks for posting this link, Carl. We need to face the reality of this stuff. Unbelievable, disgusting, and sad. If I weren't so sure that the fullness of the Christian faith subsists in the Catholic Church, I might become discouraged.

Lauri Friesen

Like John (and St. Peter), I remain in the Catholic Church because it is Christ's, and it is He who has the words of eternal life. I grew up Catholic in Canada, and in the 1970s and 1980s I was nearly constantly dismayed by words and actions of the CCCB and individual bishops (especially Cardinal Aloysius Ambrozic and Bishop Remi de Roo). They were far more concerned with their image and people's feelings than with the immortal souls of their flock. It has taken me a long time to regain anything like respect for bishops, but I have always been faithful to Christ's Church.

Manuel G. Daugherty Razetto

The flow of "new" scandals, very poorly handled by bishops and, by extension, Rome will keep trying us all severely.

This time the bite has bigger teeth since it touches JPII .In order to 'manage the matter' one authority is obliged to be the task master. We pray is done sooner than later.

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