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Thursday, April 16, 2015

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Sharon

I seem to remember reading that when Cardinal O'Boyle attempted to discipline Curran Rome disciplined O'Boyle.

N.D.

What we are witnessing is not polarization in The Catholic Church, but a Great Falling Away. One cannot remain in communion with Christ and His One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church if one denies that which a Catholic must believe with Divine and Catholic Faith. God Is The Author of Love, Life, and Marriage.
That lively discussion on Academic Freedom has gone on for years making it appear as if one can be autonomous and in communion with Christ's Church, simultaneously. That which a Catholic must believe with Divine and Catholic Faith, is not open for debate among Catholics.
The contraception mentality, abortion, and the desire to reorder man according to sexual desire/inclination/orientation, all stem from the objectification of the human person and the denial of our Dignity as sons and daughters from the moment of conception.

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