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"Going to the End of the Line for the Glory of God" Homily: Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone 9.20.20

Homily on the Plaza of the Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone 25th Sunday of Ordinary Time, September 20, 2020 On the occasion of the Free the Mass Eucharistic…More
Homily on the Plaza of the Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone 25th Sunday of Ordinary Time, September 20, 2020 On the occasion of the Free the Mass Eucharistic Processions and Mass on the Plaza.
F M Shyanguya
Cordileone = "heart of a lion” from a literal translation of cor di leone.
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V. Let us pray for the Abp Cordileone and for all the Bishops.

R. May he and they and stand and tend your flock in your strength, O Lord, in your sublime name.
F M Shyanguya
On the other hand, closing the stable door after the horse has bolted?

After all, the civil authorities’ measures came only after the Bishops had voluntarily shuttered their Churches.

What is stopping the Abp from reopening his own Cathedral Church?

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The “X” on the coat of arms.
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Ultraviolet
I"m totally loving those cathedral gates. They've got some serious LOTR going on and, depending on their construction, those "woody branches" could hide tempered steel reinforcement under solid brass. That could stop a truck and, these days (sadly) they might have to.
paul arten
I think the Archbishop should call his congressman (Pelosi), I hear she's a devote catholic!
Ultraviolet
Faulty assumption on your part, @Jimbo 2:19 Pointing out a gate looks like something in a movie, doesn't imply being a fan of the franchise or taking one's fandom to that extent. It was a hugely popular series.

You shouldn't sneer at those "LOTR guys". J.R.R. Tolkien served his country during wartime. You haven't. The franchise itself is more Catholic than you, a schismatic half-baked conve…More
Faulty assumption on your part, @Jimbo 2:19 Pointing out a gate looks like something in a movie, doesn't imply being a fan of the franchise or taking one's fandom to that extent. It was a hugely popular series.

You shouldn't sneer at those "LOTR guys". J.R.R. Tolkien served his country during wartime. You haven't. The franchise itself is more Catholic than you, a schismatic half-baked convert will ever be.

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Again, your ignorance betrays itself Another real-world example of your boast "With my brains I outhink you" put into actual practice.

Jimmy sprints across the field and trips over his own shoe-laces!

Incientally, though you'd never believe it, I'm not a big "fantasy" buff. I've read the books because they had such far-reaching cultural impact. Likewise watching the movies. All those memes. :D