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this is equally not surprising and not good.
Oh Jennifer – such a good article. Thank you for writing this, in particular:
“I do not see women who display a blatant disregard for what their Church teaches.
Instead, I see women who love their Catholic faith, and who genuinely desire to live in accordance with its tenets.
I see women who have been bombarded by secular wisdom on human sexuality, yet who have never heard a detailed explanation of their own Church’s beliefs in this area.”
A pretty simplistic approach – but seems to have some strength behind it. Don’t know much about this author or this site, but this article at least has some good thinking points, and a strong call to action.
Worth the read, and worth a re-examination of policies that have created this mess.
What a phenomenal idea, addressing a real need in the Catholic Church!
What a timeless practice. It is an honor and a privilege to consider myself Catholic. Traditions such as perpetual adoration only solidify the love I have for the Church, and for Christ who has given us the Church as a direct care for our souls.