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The Great Challenge in Accepting Hard Church Teachings REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - July 6, 2014 Much has been said and misunderstood about the Church's teachings about her stand and wisdom behind the LGBT issue. Here in Singapore, the Church had been cautious through the years to weigh in on the issue at hand, but as of late, because of the strong views held by those who have SSA (same sex attraction) and who have been advocating the acceptance of such active lifestyles, our Bishop spoke up in an official capacity as head of the local church, making ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-great-challenge-in-accepting-hard.html

On Priestly Celibacy and the Diaconate PRO UNIONE - May 28, 2014 ... reality when you consider as frame of reference the following: The Archdiocese of Seattle, my home diocese, currently lists 122 active diocesan priests, 87 religious priests, and 31 externs borrowed from other dioceses serving a Catholic population of 974,000. This makes a priest to Catholic ratio of 1:4058 (the US average is just under 1:2000). The Vicariate of Rome , my current diocese, has nearly 11,000 priests and bishops present, counting religious, externs, and curial staff. They ...http://prounione.wordpress.com/2014/05/28/on-priestly-celibacy-and-the-diaconate/

Kasper Versus Kasper CRISIS MAGAZINE - May 15, 2014 ... sexual relations in such a communion, so I can't say whether it's ongoing adultery." Adultery, however, isn't a question of leaving a communion. It is to freely choose to violate an existing indissoluble communion, thereby breaking one of the commandants which Christ was especially insistent that His followers embrace. And while your marital communion exists with one person, it's impossible to be in a marital communion with anyone else while your spouse is alive. To say this isn't "rigorism." ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/EN58Q8LMQLg/kasper-versus-kasper

"Equal Pay" Mendacity Harms Women CRISIS MAGAZINE - April 16, 2014 ... the dollar as compared to male staffers. It was certainly entertaining to see White House spokesman Jay Carney stammering to explain that, in fact, there are quite a number of variables that go into these wage-gap statistics, so we shouldn't just take them at face value. You don't say. Over at Ricochet.com , these events provoked a fascinating discussion on a topic that should really get more attention: the Democrats' war on married women. It's well known by now that Democrats ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/vCdJz7jtAXw/equal-pay-mendacity-harms-women