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Wednesday, June 18, 2014



Did you mean to say our Holy Father Benedict, since the election of pope Francis is not valid? Prior to being elected pope, pope Francis supported same-sex sexual unions as long as they were private, did not include children, and were not called marriage. (See the multitude of media reports, and the words of pope Francis on page 117 of the book, On Heaven and Earth. One cannot support same-sex sexual unions, without supporting same-sex sexual acts; one cannot support same-sex sexual unions and remain in communion with Christ and His One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church.


“…human beings are ends in themselves and never a means of solving other problems”. – pope Francis

Man is not and end in himself, nor is man a means to an end; from the Beginning man was created for communion with God, Who Willed us worthy of Redemption.

Bella Anthony

Wow, ND, way to COMPLETELY mis-state what Pope Francis said on pages 116-117 of "On Heaven and Earth." It is astonishing that your reading comprehension is so poor that you could not see the distinctions he was making, and that you misrepresent what he said. The real problem is that people reading your comment might take it at face value and believe it to be true!

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