Thanks for the info. How is that Italian hunk that was living in your rectory until you got caught? Night night baby.
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A lot of these Cardinals should concentrate less on their bellies and more on their spiritual health
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This has happened even in the secular world. The media has chosen to forget that until 1973 the American Psychiatric Association also considered homosexuality a mental disorder. The change, as most here can imagine, came as the result of intense lobbying from pro-homo psychiatrists. Even then there was still a very large group of psychiatrists voting to retain it as an illness. Full history …More
This has happened even in the secular world. The media has chosen to forget that until 1973 the American Psychiatric Association also considered homosexuality a mental disorder. The change, as most here can imagine, came as the result of intense lobbying from pro-homo psychiatrists. Even then there was still a very large group of psychiatrists voting to retain it as an illness. Full history here:
www.psychologytoday.com/…/when-homosexual…
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@Ultraviolet It still is a mental illness.
That's my point, Jim. But there's a lot of truth to what Orwell wrote. If those in power legitimize a certain opinion and eliminate all factual refutation of it, then they could claim gravity does not exist.

What Cardinal Tobin is doing is showing pro-homosexual bishops there IS vocal, visible support for altering the Catechism, much in the same manner as the psychiatric profession did in the …More
That's my point, Jim. But there's a lot of truth to what Orwell wrote. If those in power legitimize a certain opinion and eliminate all factual refutation of it, then they could claim gravity does not exist.

What Cardinal Tobin is doing is showing pro-homosexual bishops there IS vocal, visible support for altering the Catechism, much in the same manner as the psychiatric profession did in the 70s.

If, in some nightmarishly possible future the Catechism was rewritten to eliminate those "hurtful" and "very unfortunate" passages, the homosexual lobby could righly thump the latest edition and say, "The Catholic Church no longer supports that view just like it no longer supports slavery."

We are living in terrible, terrible times.
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Unfortunately, most of the “catholic clergy” and people in high ranking positions, have lost their Faith. The most mind boggling aspect to it, is that they do not realize they have lost Faith.

My personal option, God will chastise the world to such a degree, that what little of humanity is left behind, then the Catholic Church will be rebuilt from ground up!!!!
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According to Our Lady of La Salette, Marie Julie Jahenny & Scripture, there is a warning and then a Global Chastisement. Google "3 days of Darkness" there are many Prophecies. Christ appears to have used mystics from many nations to alert His flock of the event.
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Bergoglio changed the teaching on the death penalty. If the catechism is based not on truth but on the whim of any goofball running around in a white cassock, then it is worthless. It is worse than worthless, it is dangerous because, as Bergoglio demonstrated, it can contain lies masquerading as truth. If it was wrong on the death penalty, what else is it wrong about? I binned my JPII catechism …More
Bergoglio changed the teaching on the death penalty. If the catechism is based not on truth but on the whim of any goofball running around in a white cassock, then it is worthless. It is worse than worthless, it is dangerous because, as Bergoglio demonstrated, it can contain lies masquerading as truth. If it was wrong on the death penalty, what else is it wrong about? I binned my JPII catechism after that idiot Bergoglio changed it. I wouldn't have that rotten book in my home. There are plenty pre-conciliar catechisms that are trustworthy.
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They can try to change whatever they want, what your not realizing, is that God, most likely in our near future, is going to chastise the world with either war or natural disasters, thus reducing most of population. This is a reality that will change everything. In other words, Rome and the Vatican will be reduced to rumble, then built back up again with the original Catholic doctrines...