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Nov 14 - Homily: Disobeying Unjust Laws

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Fr. Ignatius explains how we must be ready to follow the examples of the saints and martyrs by shedding our blood, if necessary, to obey God and His laws rather than men and unjust laws, such as allowing abortion and contraceptives. Ave Maria! Mass: St. Nicholas Tavelic and companions - Mem - Form: OF Readings: Wednesday in the 32nd Week in Ordinary Time 1st: tit 3:1-7 Resp: psa 23:1-3, 3-4, 5, 6 Gsp: luk 17:11-19 To Download Audio go to


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  1. Elizabeth Seton
    2 years ago

    This idea of civil disobedience worked for Martin Luther King. It's the quilt approach. Remember from your philosophy course, Dr. King didn't ask to throw out the laws that were really working, the ones he wanted changed were hurting people. So, square by square he dismantled only the squares from the quilt that were wrong and in need of being re-worked with common decency. Try it, you'll like it!

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