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Friday, April 19, 2013

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Brian Piecuch

In two different Gospels(Mark 8:28/Luke 9:26)we hear the danger of being ashamed of Jesus words. Is political correctness really worth putting our eternity in jepordy?

Sadly, many Catholics seem to have a certain willful false belief that when it comes to the teaching for the Bible and the Church, "love" trumps the reality of sin and the consequences of disobedience.

Joe

Thank you MB for a well-done, even-tempered statement of the Catholic teaching. It is not an easy, much less popular one, but it fits with the way life is in all its difficulties. Even if it is becoming less and less "acceptable" in a culture which wants to earnestly affirm diversity in every sense of the word. It would be far easier to simply acquiesce. But it would also be dishonest. Let him who has ears, hear.

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