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  1. Chuck Denison
    3 years ago

    Deacon Keith Fournier is one of my oldest friends. Is there any way to personally contact him through this web page?

    Thanks!

    Chuck Denison

  2. JeanCatherine
    4 years ago

    Let us pray that our Lord enlightens our Bishops and pray for them.

    Peace.

  3. Joel
    4 years ago

    Scandal-Ridden USCCB Brings Pro-Abortion, LGBT Rights Activists to Speak at 4-Day Event

    http://www.all.org/article.php?id=12533

  4. JeanCatherine2012
    4 years ago

    http://www.peoplecanchange.com/
    For Same Sex Attraction

    Great website above.

  5. Jean
    5 years ago

    Brothers and sisters of with Same Sex attraction we still love you.

    Hopefully you will come to see this.

    No one is perfect not even in the Catholic Church but your Lord is.

    As Father Corapi has said and I agree with him: Im not going to hell for anyone, No Bishop, No King and especially for any of us who have down right flaws.

    May our Lord Humbly keep me from Hell all the rest of my days and for any and all who ask the same.

    We all have flaws.

    Love and Peace brothers and sisters.

  6. Michael Ejercito
    5 years ago

    As for the treatment of homosexuals, I would not discriminate against them in employment, housing, or education, and I have no objection to laws prohibiting discrimination against homosexuals in those areas.

    Marriage is different, for gender is at the core of marriage.

  7. Jean
    5 years ago

    God Bless you for your insight Dennis.

    Peace.

  8. dennis
    5 years ago

    There is no hypocrisy in celibate men speaking of chastity. Quite the opposite. They are the paramount examples that we DO NOT have to give in to our basest desires. That we all can live a moral life no matter what "desires" we have.

    More directly: Homosexual desire does not earn the right to engage in immoral behavior any more than any other desire does, no matter where it originates.

    Now please, one and all, LOVE the sinner, but not the sin.

  9. Jean
    5 years ago

    Plug this into a websearch its a homily on the Courage Apostolate and an excellent one. PEACE.

    http://www.couragerc.net/Fr.%20Carleton%20Jones'%20Sermon.pdf

  10. Jean
    5 years ago

    Re: Same Sex Attraction

    Dont forget to check out the website Courage.

    God Bless.


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