January 29, 2015

Of Doctrine and Discipline; Of Justice and Mercy

It is not the Catholic Church that needs to change its doctrines or disciplines to suit the Faithful. It is the Faithful that need to change to the doctrines and disciplines of the Church.


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The hot-button topic of divorced and remarried sans annulment has, in the past and more recently, been the subject of vast emotional, secular and theological debate. Unbeknownst to the vast majority of Catholics worldwide, there must be hundreds of thousands of Catholics (why else the emphasis on the matter?) who have been marginalized and ostracized and therefore are in need of radical help in combating this seeming injustice. These individual Catholics sit within or without the Church waiting for the day they can once again walk down the aisle to receive Holy Communion like everyone else. But is it really an injustice that presently keeps them away? Is it truly the Catholic Church’s fault they are prevented from receiving the one – and the only one, apparently - Sacrament they desire a return to? Where does the culpability lie – with the individual or the Catholic Church? Who is in need of change of mind and heart – the individual or the Catholic Church? Whose rule or way of life is in need of change - the individual or the Catholic Church?

If it’s required to be stated at all, those who marry without benefit of annulment have - of their own volition - chosen to sin against the 6th and 9th Commandments of God, subsequently placing themselves outside full communion with the Catholic Church. The need to find their personal “happy place” via a second marriage really doesn't even enter into the picture; it is an emotional argument, at best, as a reason for their return to full communion.  The Catechism of the Catholic Church teaches, “… that passions be governed by reason.” Therefore, was a second marriage while still morally bound to the first - knowing full well the Laws of God and the Catholic Church would be violated – a reasonable decision? Or a decision base purely upon the passions?

It is readily apparent that for some, passions did indeed rule the day. They have willingly chosen the wider gate, rather than the narrower one, ignoring the words of Christ in Matthew 7: “Enter ye in at the narrow gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way that leadeth to destruction, and many there are who go in thereat.” The narrow gate being God’s Law, the hopeful assurance of our salvation and eternal Happiness. 





The correction, then, is an amazingly simple one, the solution of which has been in effect for centuries: to return to the Sacraments, to return to full communion, fix the sin! If an annulment cannot be granted for the first marriage, then live as brother & sister within the second; if you can't live as brother and sister, then separate for the sake of your Soul. Is it not better to submit to Truth than to error; better to be concerned for the Soul in Eternity than the Body on earth? Is this not the reasonable and prudent course to take as a Catholic? It also goes without saying that guidance from a trusted priest is needed before any course of action should be decided upon. But one must be ready to make hard decisions, regardless.

All of the talk about the “pastoral care” that is needed for those who voluntarily chose the path of sin is, to me, incredulous, when there is such deafening silence for the “pastoral care” of abandoned spouses and children. Since when do the needs of the one trump the needs of the many? Since when does the spiritual care of abandoning spouses trump the spiritual care of the innocent ones? Are not both equally in need? Why does the Catholic Church suddenly feel the need to lower Christ's standards to ensure the "feel-good" emotional state of a select few, while chopping the legs from under others who have chosen to remain Faithful to Christ’s teachings and their first and only marriages? Where does true mercy lie? Where does true justice lie? It certainly does not lie with the focus on loving the sin and the sinner, but on hating the sin, loving the sinner and converting the sinner to save their Soul.

Hymn: God of Mercy and Compassion

The divorced and remarried sans annulment want full communion and don't want to feel badly because they are restricted – by their own decision - from receiving the Body and Blood of Our Lord. All, right then… all that is required of them is to correct the sin by Confession, Repentance and Absolution, and restitution to the offended insofar as it is possible. Everyone else in the Catholic Church has to do the same to gain Heaven, without changing the rules. The divorced and remarried are no exception, so why are they - and the Catholic Church – seemingly trying to make them one? The solution has never been hidden; has never been abrogated; has never been out of their reach. But you would think all three have been, would you not, from all the fuss and commotion?


If the Catholic Church had as much pastoral concern for marriages pre-divorce as they do post-divorce, it is not a far reach to say that many more marriages would be saved. The Catholic Church and her Bishops should begin to work more diligently to assist Catholic spouses in preserving their Sacramental marriages by (1) stopping the implicit assent to first marriages being irremediably broken simply because a civil divorce has been granted, (2) enforcing and applying the Canon Laws that concern reconciliation, and (3) remind couples in Pre-Cana conferences the serious nature of and what is meant by Fidelity, Permanency and "till death we do part". By so doing, they may correct many of the problems currently being experienced in Catholic marriages and which remains the raison d'être of the Synod. If assistance in repairing the foundation of the marriage can be done at the earliest stages of cracking, rather than simply abandoning it, much of the need for a solution for the divorced and remarried would be moot and perhaps more fervent and vibrant Catholic marriages would be the result.



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January 27, 2015

Understanding Cardinal Baldisseri via the Universal Roman Synod Translator

I was reading Hillary White's article in Life Site News about some comments Cardinal Baldisseri said concerning the upcoming Synod.  He apparently is stacking the deck preparatory for the ramification of the neutering of two thirds of the marriage bona, the 6th and 9th Commandments and the need for Confession to absolve oneself of adultery. 

I wasn't quite sure what Cardinal Baldisseri meant by the following statement, though:

“The socio-cultural context [of the family] is outlined in broad terms in its lights and its shadows.”


“In the contemporary world [the family] presents anthropological conceptions, in many cases entirely new, that affect the understanding of the human and the mode in which he lives his social relations. A change in the self-understanding of man is reported frequently, which, in one way or another, certainly affects the lives of individuals and in the life of the family.”


So... I ran it through Google's Universal Roman Synod Translator, which cleared its meaning up quite well (I think...):

"He described the context of the tradition [Family] conditions of light and shadow."

"In today's world, [Family] anthropological concept of new items, like everyone else, a way to produce, how to live in their understanding of social relations. This is the case, change the person's behavior or not and of course I will be the impact on family life and"

Uh..."and" what? 

Well... unfortunately... it appears the translator has broken. Or, there is as yet no app for the correct translation of what is coming from Rome concerning the upcoming Synod. It appears I will have to read it slower and try to better understand what he said and let you know in a later post. It would be so much easier with the translator...dang it all!

Can anyone else translate? God?? Can you help??? St. Pius X? Are you listening? Pius XII? Anyone?? PLEASE?

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January 25, 2015

My Commentary on Sacrilege and Holy Communion



The Catholic Encyclopedia defines sacrilege as "...the violation or injurious treatment of a sacred object", that proclaiming a sacred character to a thing is a function of the governing power of the Church and that there are three kinds of sacrilege: personal, local and real. 

Local Sacrilege is the violation of any place sacred, such as churches, oratories, cemeteries, etc.

Personal Sacrilege is defined as dealing "...so irreverently with a sacred person that, whether by the injury inflicted or the defilement caused, there is a breach of the honour due to such person."

Real Sacrilege is "...the irreverent treatment of sacred things as distinguished from places and persons." Receiving Holy Communion in the state of mortal sin and an invalid Consecration are examples that apply here. 

Falling under Real Sacrilege is the notable and deliberate irreverence towards the Holy Eucharist which, as we Catholics believe, is the real Body and Blood - after the Consecration - of Our Lord Jesus Christ. (See CCC #1333 and Balt. #3 Q. 871 & 872.) It is, reputedly, the worst sacrilege that can be done. 

It has recently been brought to the Catholic worlds attention that a sacrilege may have occurred as regards the Holy Eucharist. In my opinion (others can be found here and here) and from my understanding of the above, at the very least there has occurred real sacrilege at the mega-mass in the Philippines - and at World Youth Day assemblies for that matter. Imagine, if you will, this picture:

After the Consecration, a priest passes the corporeal form of Our Lord's Body to the first person among many hundred of thousands waiting to kiss the Sacred Hands and Feet. In the background comes the cacophony of "pass Him around...pass Him around"! It grows louder and louder until finally the sacred ministers accede and simply start "passing Him around". As He passes from un-Consecrated hand to un-consecrated hand, many merely get to touch the Sacred Humanity as He is passed along, which body still bears the bloody remnants of the scourging. For all to reverently kiss the Sacred Hands and Feet is nigh impossible, so just a touch suffices among the throng, who then non-nonchalantly wipe their hands on their clothes to clean themselves of the blood left upon their hands at His passing. They smile and excitedly jabber at their neighbor "I touched him! I touched him!" And they wipe again the blood stained hands upon their clothes, remembering after mass they are going out to eat and they don't want to get blood all over the steering wheel. They have left the Sacred Blood everywhere - their clothes, their neighbor's clothes, on the ground. But they are euphoric and never-mind the irreverence shown towards the Sacred Humanity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, truly present in the Corporeal Form and recently passed around. At least they got to touch him.

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I've tried to paint what - in my mind anyway - is going on during the "mega masses", whether in the Philippines, at World Youth Day assemblies, or any other venue like them. No theologian nor priest nor even a bishop can explain away the irreverence that was shown towards the Blessed Sacrament, though it has occurred (see here). We Catholics have been brought up since the age of reason to hold in the utmost of respect the Sacred Species during any Mass, not just masses on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation. Papal Masses are no exception. It is obvious with a few hundred thousand people gathered in Manila - or in St. Peters Square - that the reverential distribution of Holy Communion is nigh impossible, if for no other reason than allotted time available for distribution. Therefore, reason and prudence alone dictate that - for most - a Spiritual Communion is the best one can hope for, as the blog Te Deum laudamus recently posted. Only those few dozens nearest the front could truly hope to receive the Body and Blood of Christ from Papal hands or those of the assisting priests. 

For others to expect anything more while maintaining the reverence due the Sacrament is pure folly.


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January 22, 2015

Abortion, Roe v Wade and the Nuclear Family

I'm setting here finishing my coffee at 4:30 A.M. and I want to write something really profound, that will be getting a thousand hits per day, that will quell the rising tide of Catholics and divorce. But what I will probably write is just a mediocre rambling of a former spouse and extant Dad, lamenting the fact of his family's live abortion. Not to take away from the pure evil that is the Roe v Wade abortion, but the fact remains there is very little difference between that kind and the other kind - the abortion of the live, nuclear family via No Fault Divorce. Both are predicated upon the same thing - the killing of the innocent, the destroyer of human lives and the decimation and death of a family of Souls, conceived in Love, but ended in apparent hate.

I have never been one to paint a pretty picture of divorce. Far from it. For all my ineptitude in writing, I've always tried to paint its ugliness - its every bit as ugly as Roe v Wade - despite modern society's selfish need to paint it differently. The bloodless letting of innocent blood doesn't make it any easier to swallow. The remorse and sorrow at the ending of innocent lives isn't any easier to bear. The perennial guilt of a parent over their frailty that may have contributed to a family's destruction is no less real. Yes, the abortion of a live, breathing, smiling, loving and animated family is no less easier to bear than that of an innocent child in the womb. Both have been willingly slain for selfish motives. Period.

Catholic parents do not know - or do not care to know - the landscape of the road that stretches before them when they divorce. As I've written before, Charity is the first Virtue that, by necessity, flies away, as it cannot stomach the gross injustice that is to be thrust upon the innocent. That is not to say that Hope and Faith don't also fly away - in most cases they do. But as Charity is the greatest of the three, it's understandable that it carries the graver weight. Is it not a truth that Our Lord, whose life was as much about Charity as it was about Love, is not grievously offended by either form of abortion?

I cannot begin to describe the myriad of emotions that envelop one post-divorce. I can tell you that it took at least two years for the winds to stop buffeting mine, and another two before I could handle the almost daily emotional surprises that come:

  •  setting in Church as tears well in your eyes because you miss your family - and your spouse.
  • working at your desk when the flood of emotions dilute your environment as you set and think, but for divorce, your child would not be seeing a psychiatrist.
  • the dread you feel at knowing the future pain and sorrow your estranged children will endure because they still refuse to see the Love that was always there, but has repeatedly been called into question by a parent.
  • the almost daily need to beg - BEG - for Divine assistance for the Graces needed to not fail your children, yourself, your marriage vows, and yes, even your former spouse.

Today, there will be no National Right To Marriage Marches in Washington, DC - or even here in downtown Saint Marys, KS. There will be no well-known celebrity speakers or politicians speaking of the horrors of divorce and the assault upon the innocent. There will be no Catholic Bishop, Cardinal or Pope, lamenting the deep slide into the lethargic anarchy that is divorce. There will be no call for 1,969 minutes of silence, in recognition of the year the first No Fault divorce law went live.

 No, this day will pass with Roe v Wade's silent sister walking along side those who courageously march to defend innocent lives lost through a vacuum tube, unknowing of the almost as great a tragedy that occurs with the judges gavel. I mean not to take away from the horror and injustice of the Roe V Wade abortions that litter this great - and supposedly Christian country - but simply seek to remind others of this silent sister's existence that is equally as horrifying and unjust. 

Abortion - whether that of Roe v Wade or of divorce - is a travesty of law that needs to be stricken from the books. Both have nothing to do with "inalienable rights" and have everything to do with "unbridled passions", for no person - no REASONABLE person - could ever stoop to such evil as abortion, within the womb or without. The Catholic Church teaches that "passions must be ruled by reason" as so stated in the section on Moral Conscience in the Catechism of the Catholic Church. It is, unfortunately, not much heeded nowadays.

 It is a tragedy in itself that so much confusion currently reigns within the Church over moral certitudes that have in the past 4 or 5 decades been called into question and that are now just part of a Catholic menu from which you can choose to follow. God's law does not change. The Ten Commandments that were given to Moses on Mt. Sinai are the same ones that are extant even to this day. No man - whether Pope, Bishop or Cardinal; whether priest, parent or judge - can change them. God is not mocked, as St. Paul says. Furthermore, Deuteronomy states "...And my wrath shall be kindled against them in that day: and I will forsake them, and will hide my face from them, and they shall be devoured: all evils and afflictions shall find them, so that they shall say in that day: In truth it is because God is not with me, that these evils have found me."

Are you not cringing at the mere thought these words paint in your mind?

The child in the womb silently screams in supplication for the defense of its life, but no one seemingly hears. The children of divorce do no less, and no one seemingly hears them either, especially the Catholic Church and Her Bishops.  Divorce is implicitly accepted as a valid termination of a Sacramental Marriage, simply because it is required as prelude to an annulment proceeding - the needs of the many are forsaken for the desires of the one. In that, both abortion and divorce are eerily similar.

On this anniversary of Roe v Wade, as you pray for the 57 million-and- counting abortions in this country alone, remember also to pray for those who have been aborted through No Fault Divorce: the innocent and abandoned who truly want nothing more than the return to the family womb.

It is their inherent and God-given right to desire that, no less so than the right of the unborn children to live a life outside the womb.



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January 20, 2015

SSPX: "A Building that Speaks of God" - New Seminary Project

I post here the latest video of the USA SSPX Seminary being constructed near Dillwyn, Buckingham County, Virginia. The reason for its construction is obvious and its location in the beautiful solitude among the mountains and forests is a necessary part of a good priestly formation, as the video implies. 

Holy Mother Church needs many good and holy priests, just as this prayer pleads before Our Lord: 

O Lord grant us priests, O Lord grant us priests
O Lord grant us holy priests, O Lord grant us holy priests
O Lord grant us many holy priests, O Lord grant us many holy priests
O Lord grant us many holy religious vocations
O Lord grant us many holy religious vocations
Saint Pius X pray for us, Saint Pius X pray for us.

Please be generous, in both prayers and support.




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January 17, 2015

Robert Walker - Actor, Abandoned Spouse and Victim of Divorce

                            

Robert Walker 





                                   Jennifer Jones

Photo credits: www.IMDB.com


Another necessary commentary on the evils of divorce; of unbridled passions​; the affect on abandoned spouses; the blindness associated with divorce; the price paid by the innocent for the abandoning spouse's actions, etc. etc.

While reviewing information on the movie The Song of Bernadette (one of my Catholic movie favorites), I came upon actress Jennifer Jones's bio, who's first spouse was fellow actor Robert Walker. Jones was a great actress; a wife, apparently not so much:

"...Now a Hollywood star, Jones' career was marked out and molded for her by Selznick, who would become the love of her life. They began an affair and eventually she left her husband and two sons for the producer that inevitably led Walker to his untimely death through alcohol and drug abuse, instigated due to their separation." (IMDb Mini Biography By: Volker Boehm and Anonymous)

Did her divorce directly cause the death of her former husband? It's hard to argue against the point after reading this excerpt from Robert Walker's bio:

"...Selznick was also instrumental in securing a contract for Robert over at MGM. Stardom would be theirs as a result of this Selznick association, but at quite a cost to Robert....

In the meantime, Jennifer became so caught up in her obsessive relationship with mentor Selznick that she broke off with Robert. The actor was devastated and abruptly turned to heavy drinking. He would never completely recover from this loss. The first of many skirmishes with the law came about when he was arrested on a hit-and-run charge. In another self-destructive act, he agreed to appear with his estranged wife in the Selznick film Since You Went Away (1944). Although he suffered great anguish during the filming, the movie was praised by critics...

Following a lead part as a love-struck window dresser in One Touch of Venus (1948), which focused more on Ava Gardner's creative vision of loveliness, he impulsively married Barbara Ford, the daughter of famed director John Ford. The marriage ended in divorce after just five months, following more erratic outbursts, including arrests for drunkenness. By this time Jennifer had married Selznick, and this pushed Robert over the brink. He was committed to a sanatorium and not released until the middle of 1949...

Robert had just finished principal photography and was making himself available for re-shoots for director Leo McCarey when, on the night of August 28, 1951, his housekeeper found him in an extremely agitated state. Failing to calm him down, she panicked and called his psychiatrist, who, upon arrival, administered a dose of sodium amytal, a sedative, which Walker had taken in the past. Unfortunately, he had been drinking as well and suffered an acute allergic reaction to the drug. Robert stopped breathing, and all efforts to resuscitate him failed. His death cut short the career of a man destined to become one of the most charismatic actors in film. As for life imitating art, perhaps Robert's agonies are what brought out the magnificence of his acting." 
(IMDb Mini Biography By: Gary Brumburgh / gr-home@pacbell.net)


Like many respondents who did not seek nor promote the divorce that destroyed their marriages, Walker apparently took the news very hard; unlike many respondents, he apparently failed to rise from the blow. Why, I do not know. Was he Catholic? I don't believe so, but one biography states that he was "emotionally scarred" by his parents divorce when he was a child. How sad a life... Divorced Parents. Adulterous wife. His own divorce. Is it so hard to understand why he was unable to rise? It's enough to bury the strongest of men, in my opinion.

The above, as we all know, is the true face of divorce; the ugly face; the face that destroys marriages and men; the face that feeds off decimated lives. It is the face that rewards infidelity and punishes the innocent. It is the face that modern society has come to love, but who cannot see the evil that lies beneath the makeup. They follow the sirens song, oblivious to it and their untimely end. 

Robert Walker was a victim of divorce and of an unfaithful spouse, who achieved her personal goals but - as divorces usually require - those goals came at too great a price. Divorce has no feelings, no concern, no care for those that lie in its wake. I and others live every day this reality, knowing of the seeming futility of it all, but also knowing of its salvific effect upon our families, former spouses and ourselves as we carry our marital Crosses in imitation of Our Lord. "For better or for worse; for richer or for poorer; in sickness and in health..." 

The death and destruction no-fault divorce causes is reason enough to strike it from the law books. And with it would be struck one of Satan's most popular and easily obtainable pathway to Souls.




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January 15, 2015

January 13, 2015

**UPDATE 2 ** The Positive Value of Hate

THIS POST DELETED BY THE EDITOR. SOME HAVE FOUND IT OFFENSIVE. 

MY SINCERE APOLOGIES TO ANY OFFENDED. NO OFFENSE WAS INTENDED AND I WILL BE MORE CAREFUL IN THE FUTURE. 

DH




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January 4, 2015

A Short Commentary on Divorce and 1 Corinthians 13

" "If I speak with the tongues of men and of angels and have not charity, I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal..."

YOU HAVE NO IDEA OF WHAT YOU ARE DOING, THOSE OF YOU THAT THINK DIVORCE IS THE ANSWER TO ALL YOUR MARITAL WOES. YOU HAVE NO CLUE AS TO WHAT YOUR SELFISH ACTS ARE ABOUT TO DO TO YOUR CHILDREN. ASSUMING GOD WAS GOOD ENOUGH TO GRANT YOU THE PRIVILEGE, THAT IS. AND IF YOU'RE THINKING OF DIVORCE, THEN, IN MY LESS-THAN-HUMBLE-OPINION, YOU ARE AND WERE NEVER DESERVING OF THEM. BUT THEN, AGAIN, YOU ARE STILL VALIDLY MARRIED DESPITE THAT, AREN'T YOU? YOU WILLINGLY CHOSE, DIDN'T YOU?

"...And if I should have prophecy and should know all mysteries, and all knowledge, and if I should have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, and have not charity, I am nothing..."

DO YOU KNOW OR EVEN CARE THE CONFUSION YOU WILL HAVE SOWN IN THE MINDS OF YOUR CHILDREN? DO YOU KNOW OR EVEN CARE THAT YOU WILL HAVE ABANDONED YOUR VOWS? DO YOU KNOW OR EVEN CARE THAT IF YOU FOUND CAUSE TO BREAK YOUR VOWS ONCE, YOU CAN VERY WELL DO SO AGAIN? AND AGAIN? AND AGAIN? DO YOU KNOW OR EVEN CARE THAT IF YOU DO, THE BLEEDING OF YOUR CHILDREN'S HEARTS WILL START ANEW, EACH AND EVERY TIME?

"...And if I should distribute all my goods to feed the poor, and if I should deliver my body to be burned, and have not charity, it profiteth me nothing. Charity is patient, is kind: charity envieth not, dealeth not perversely; is not puffed up; Is not ambitious, seeketh not her own, is not provoked to anger, thinketh no evil; Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth with the truth..."

DO YOU HAVE AN INTERNET, WORKPLACE OR OLD "FRIEND" YOU HAVE BEEN SECRETLY CHATTING AND MEETING WITH? DO YOU ALREADY LIVE WITH ONE OF THEM, SEPARATING YOURSELF FROM YOUR LAWFUL SPOUSE, CHILDREN AND HOME? DO YOU EVEN KNOW OR CARE THAT YOU'RE HAVING AN AFFAIR? IT DOESN'T MATTER WHAT "GOOD" YOU ASCRIBE TO IT - DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT YOU. ARE. HAVING. AN. AFFAIR? 

"...Beareth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things. Charity never falleth away: whether prophecies shall be made void, or tongues shall cease, or knowledge shall be destroyed. For we know in part, and we prophesy in part. But when that which is perfect is come, that which is in part shall be done away..."

WHAT BECAME OF YOUR VOW TO HONOR AND OBEY? WHAT BECAME OF YOUR VOW TO STAND FAST WITH YOUR SPOUSE FOR BETTER OR WORSE? WHAT BECAME OF YOUR VOW TO STAND BESIDE YOUR SPOUSE WHETHER RICH OR POOR? WHAT BECAME OF YOUR VOW TO NURSE YOUR SPOUSE IN THEIR "SICKNESS" OR TO REJOICE WITH THEM WHEN THEIR "HEALTH" RETURNED? WHAT BECAME OF THE PERFECTION YOU HAD FOUND IN YOURSELF AND YOUR SPOUSE? DID YOU FIND IT WANTING IN YOUR SPOUSE AND LOST ANY INTEREST IN THEM? OR DID YOU FIND IT WANTING IN YOURSELF AND SIMPLY CHOSE TO IGNORE IT?

"...When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child. But, when I became a man, I put away the things of a child. We see now through a glass in a dark manner; but then face to face..."

YOU WERE NOT A CHILD! YOU WERE AN ADULT! YOU UNDERSTOOD ALL WHAT MARRIAGE WAS ABOUT! IT DOESN'T MATTER THAT YOU SAW IT ONLY THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY, AND NOT FACE TO FACE! WHO DOES?? WHO HAS??? WHO CARES????

"...Now I know in part; but then I shall know even as I am known. And now there remain faith, hope, and charity, these three: but the greatest of these is charity." (1 Corinthians 13)

YOU APPARENTLY KNOW NOTHING OF THE PART YOU ARE ABOUT TO PLAY IN THE MOST UN-CATHOLIC AND UN-CHARITABLE ACT ONE COULD IMAGINE, OUTSIDE OF ABORTION. IF YOU CONTINUE YOUR MADNESS YOU WILL BE KNOWN, ESPECIALLY BY YOUR CHILDREN. AND IT WILL BE TO THE CHILDREN THAT YOU WILL EVENTUALLY OWE THE EXPLANATION OF WHY YOU DECIMATED THEIR LIVES, UN-CEREMONIOUSLY RIPPED THEM FROM THEIR NUCLEAR FAMILY AND FOREVER ALTERED THEIR LIVES FOR DECADES AND YEARS TO COME.

AFTER THAT, YOU CAN EXPLAIN TO THEM YOUR DEFINITION OF "CHARITY" AND WHY IT WAS SUPERIOR TO THAT OF ST. PAUL...OR OF CHRIST.


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