I know of this kind from my days as a protestant. My wifes pastor used this defense to try to stop her from revaling his attempted rape of her after refusing his advances by phone and unannounced visits for many years. He felt she should aknowledge his good work in the community as proof of his calling and declared that in the end it would be his word against hers. Well, after getting his rump … 더보기
How much longer do we have to hear the self grandizement of this egomaniac? This guy is so full himself it is mind boggeling. Seek a good confessor and read the lives of humble saints. I am not saying this out of spite. God knows I have my own issues to deal with. We are all sinners with the baggage of original sin that we carry throughout our lives.
Pray for John Ezkiel 18: "But if a righteous man turns from his righteousness and commits sin and does the same detestable things the wicked man does, will he live? None of the righteous things he has done will be remembered. Because of the unfaithfulness he is guilty of and because of the sins he has committed, he will die. 25“Yet you say, ‘The way of the Lord is not just.’ Hear, O house of … 더보기
I recognize a veiled confession of wrongdoing by Fr. Corapi here. He basically is rationalizing and intellectualizing his "crossing over the line of no return" and making no attempt to change from the ways that made his crossover. He has a "that's the way it is" attitude that is nothing less than pride and an unwillingness to give up the things of this world that once again have ensnared him.
Father Corapi ...from his "Don't Look Back: The Story of John Corapi" DVD, Crossing the Rubricon" is a personal interview with John that sheds light on the usage of his title: "The Black Sheepdog," and metaphorically illustrates his current position in life." (Sept. 28, 2011)