Filed under: Culture and Catholicism | Tags: abortion, Amazon, contraception, depopulation, divorce, economy, Homosexuality, Jeff Bezos, marriage
Dear Mr. Bezos,
I have been a faithful Amazon customer for years. The service is so very good, the price is usually moderate and sometimes the cheapest available, and the forums are always instructive–I chose my camera with the generous advice of several participants, and I was really grateful. I love Amazon.
But I am emptying my shopping cart for the last time. Because I do not want my small part of Amazon profits to be used for gay marriage. Continue reading
Filed under: Culture and Catholicism, Vatican II | Tags: Abuse, Atila Sinke Guimaraes, Catholic, Catholic values, Catholicism, Church crisis, crisis, Homosexuality, Is the pope guilty, Kagan, morality, pedophile scandal, priesthood, SSPX, Vatican II
Yes, the Holy Father is guilty in the abuse situation. But not as the World thinks. Not because he personally engaged in sexual misconduct, or because he personally transferred priests to hide their sexual misconduct. Our Holy Father is guilty because he inadvertently fueled the fires of sexual immorality while he was prefect for the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. He protected homosexuality theologically, and it was a short step from there to protecting it pastorally, which bishops did, subsequently, in arranging counseling for abusing priests rather than punishment and expulsion. Continue reading