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Nate what do you mean by that?
It is not really a matter of Popes Francis' Orthodoxy but rather what others think his orthodoxy is.
In light of the Pope's recent statements, today's sermon pointed out three things:
1. "Prolife" means from conception until natural death. In light of our faith, it really cannot be a shorthand touch phrase for anti-abortion only.
2. Since it has been 40 years since Roe v. Wade, the Catholic position must be continued moral disapproval of the grave sin, not unsuccessful secular political activity. The law is not always reflective of moral behavior.
3. We must always remember His injunction to while hating the sin, continuing to love the sinner.
A really extraordinary form Mass in the East Bay:
dont forget october is "the rosary" month
Keep our Coptic brethren in your prayers.
Nice to be here. I am a convert and so is my wife.
Those are interesting stories. As a life long Catholic I have always felt drawn to the Faith, but I was wondering what the key moments were for your conversion through the RCIA process.
That's great, Neil! I also came into the Church through RCIA, back in 2004, and my wife followed in 2006. Both of us grew up Protestant.
Russell, that's awesome about RCIA. I was my college roommate's sponsor into the Church back a few years ago. Now he's joining the missionaries of charity. It was a big day for my family and I today. My second son was baptized today with my niece who my wife and I are her godparents.
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