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  • Are You Ashamed of the Gospel?
    "The days of socially acceptable Christianity are over. The days of comfortable Catholicism are past. It is no longer easy to be a faithful Christian, a good Catholic, an authentic witness to the truths of the Gospel. A price is demanded and must be paid. There are costs of discipleship—heavy costs, costs that are burdensome and painful to bear. Of course, one can still safely identify oneself as a “Catholic,” and even be seen going to mass. That is because the guardians of those norms of cultural orthodoxy that we have come to call “political correctness” do not assume that identifying as “Catholic” or going to mass necessarily means that one actually believes what the Church teaches on issues such as marriage and sexual morality and the sanctity of human life. Read More..>
  • Homosexuality according to the Bible
    I grew up in the late sixties and early seventies. I had never heard of homosexuality or being gay. The first time I had ever heard of gay being used outside of joyful was on AM radio and I had no idea what they were talking about. I do not have anything against homosexuals on a personal level and any that I have met have been very nice people. The problem I have is with a national agenda to promote the practice as a normal behavior and the demonization of anyone who does not agree. Read More..>

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