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Whetstone. "The Holy Vocation of Marriage", Sermon by Fr George M Roth FI. A Day With Mary. 2013

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"The Holy Vocation of Marriage", Sermon by Fr George M Roth FI. A Day With Mary, Catholic Church of St Mary Magdalen, Whetstone, London, England. Saturday 14 September 2013. All DWM videos at: - Click cog and select to watch in 1080HD

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  1. Trinbagonian
    1 year ago

    Thanks Father George and Catholic Online. Father cuts through the sexual nonsense with clarity and depth. God bless him!
    This video answers a lot on sex and marriage and sins of the flesh. It is very difficult for the average person to accept. This is difficult from a female point of view, but I know it's the Truth. May God help us.
    I wish to say too that now, having been reverted, I can see that a lot of the vanities and foolish acts we get involved in are linked to the sins we commit against family procreation. Without sufficient family connections, we can become easily attracted to sinful activities as we search to add meaning to our dull lives. Our world has strayed so far from God. Lord help Your Church. Help our Pope.

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