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Mar 18 - Homily: The Catechism and Homosexuality

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Father Matthias undertakes the task of explaining the Church's teaching on homosexuality and homosexual acts by pulling from the Catechism of the Catholic Church and recent statements by Pope Francis. Finally, he emphasizes that those with homosexual attractions have the same call we all do--be holy. Ave Maria! Mass: Tuesday 2nd Week of Lent - Wkdy - Form: OF Readings: 1st: isa 1:10, 16-20 Resp: psa 50:8-9, 16-17, 21, 23 Gsp: mat 23:1-12


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  1. monica
    1 year ago

    O Father Matthias: at the top of the list of the damned in the book of Revelation are "Cowards."
    I do not think you would be on this list! You are brave to speak here. May you and all your brother FI's continue in steadfast faith and perseverance.
    I constantly struggle with when to speak and when to be silent on abuses -I know we should always pray and fast for the church/for others....when do we speak? Pray for the laity that we will know when to speak up in our parishes. That we will be brave when we should. God help us.

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