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“You don’t see me disputing the Church’s teachings on homosexuality. There’s no intellectual tension, because I wouldn’t dream of demanding that the Church throw away her hard truths just to lie to me in hopes I’ll feel better about myself. I love the truth, not lies, and I know no one’s feelings are the basis of truth. 

That’s why I don’t understand those Catholics — such as, if you’ll forgive my horrid impertinence, this magazine’s editor at large, Fr. Martin — who imply that if people don’t like what the Church says, maybe the Church is wrong or should apologize. The Church was founded on a rock and a cross, not on a hug.

Still, if you insist I talk about feelings, I’ve said before that I feel there’s something wrong with the fact that my lovemaking can’t produce the mini-Milo’s I’d like to have. How’s that for a subjective confirmation of the Church teaching that same-sex attraction is “objectively disordered” because it can’t lead to procreation?”

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Source Article:  https://milo.yiannopoulos.net/2017/10/the-catholic-magazine-interview-with-milo-they-refuse-to-print/

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TPF Student Action circulates online petition

Source: Faithful Catholics to Marquette: Cancel Pride Prom!

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Father Arturo Sosa, Jesuit

 

BLOGGER’S NOTE:  The Catholic Priesthood doesn’t belong to this world.  It is not a job title it is a vocation.  It has no relation to the worldly realm.  It does not belong to male or female because of the fact that it pesonifies a male—Jesus Christ.

It is bestowed on those who are male with no prejudice to females.  Males are In Personae Christi.  (In the Person of Christ. )  Satan maybe trying very hard to persuade the Church for this change but the Lord isn’t.

In the first quote below St. Anthony tells us how in these times we will “surrender to the spirit of the age”, thinking we must change the church to suit our time.  We must not change what He has decreed.  I beseech all of us to not “surrender to the age” and hold fast to His truths.

“St. Anthony of the Desert (4th Century) “Men will surrender to the spirit of the age.  The will say that if they had lived in our day, Faith would be simple and easy.  But in their day, they will say, things are complex; the Church must be bought up to date and made meaningful to the day’s problems.  When the Church and the World are one, then those days are at hand.  Because our Divine Master placed a barrier between His things and the things of this world.”

In the second quote below it is answered by non-Catholic Elworthy herself as to one reason why we cannot ordain women.  In a mysterious way the Catholic Church is a Supernatural Bride of the Bridegroom—- Jesus Christ. 

The professions she mentioned are of the world. 

The Catholic Church is in the world but not of it.  The Magesterial Priesthood is not the world it is in the world of Christ.

“At the conference, Elworthy voiced her sadness that the Church wasn’t more like other institutions when it comes to female collaboration. “All the major institutions that we live with now; the military, politics, business, even banking, have all acknowledged, and used and allowed to populate the top (positions) with females. And I’m just really sad that there’s this restriction in the Catholic Church.”

Pope Francis:

Source: Head Jesuit Calling For Women’s Ordination?

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Source: Jesuit Univ. Hires Abortion Advocate as Head of Student Life

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Published on Oct 3, 2012

Father Gregory J. O’Meara, S.J. law professor at Marquette University Law School, engages in a passionate discussion of the death penalty from a historical, legal and Catholic perspective. Father Gregory J. O’Meara provides first hand insight into the criminal justice system and paints an all-encompassing passionate argument for the end of the death penalty.

Each Jesuits On… features a member of the Society of Jesus sharing his knowledge and passion on a wide range of subjects, whether it be the life of a famous saint, insights into the penalty or the rapid pace of change in China.

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Published on Oct 3, 2012

Father Dorian Llywelyn of the Theology Department at LMU in Los Angeles examines the life of Ignatius Loyola.

Each Jesuits On… features a member of the Society of Jesus sharing his knowledge and passion on a wide range of subjects, whether it be the life of a famous saint, insights into the penalty or the rapid pace of change in China.

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Published on Jul 24, 2014

After watching this video, your life is going to change forever!

Message from the Virgin Mary on 12 June 1986
“Dear children! Today I call you to begin to pray the Rosary with a living faith.
That way I will be able to help you. You, dear children, wish to obtain graces, but you are not praying.

Published on Feb 14, 2014

Sermon on the rosary & how it is a true weapon. Stories on how it saved the Jesuit 8 from the Atomic Bomb on August 6th 1945. How it ended & prevented wars. How it saved lives. Pray the rosary! For more please visit http://www.traditionalsermons.com/ & remember to say 3 Hail Marys for the priest

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