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Maureen Dowd vs. "Starchbishop"

Tim Graham writes:

New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd is a nominal Catholic. She doesn’t believe at all in the church’s teaching that homosexuality is a sin. When Timothy Dolan, the Archbishop of New York, opposes “gay marriage” in New York, the best Dowd could do in her Saturday column was call him the “Starchbishop” and drag out (repeatedly) the sexual abuse scandal of the 1960s and 1970s. If this kind of knee-jerk thinking is annoying at the dinner table, who'd enjoy it in the newspaper?
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Mary De Voe said...

It is not marriage, same sex or other -wise. It is the Sacrament of Matrimony. A Sacrament is an exchange of sovereign persons. An exchange of sovereign persons can only exist where the persons’ souls are acknowledged. Only in the Catholic Church through the Sacraments is a person’s soul acknowledged. Only the Sacraments of the Catholic Church, including Matrimony, is an exchange of souls, witnessed by the Catholic Church for its founder, Jesus Christ. Everything else, especially those actions that deny the human being’s soul, or the partner’s soul, unto eternal life, is soul murder at the service of lust and perjury in a court of law.
As far as the abuse of minor children, again we have a situation where the soul of the child is denied, the crime against God’s endowed unalienable rights vested in the human being‘s soul. Where does Maureen Dowd think God endowed unalienable rights? God endowed unalienable rights and sovereign personhood into the soul of the newly begotten human being, when two become one, the definition of a newly begotten human being AND the definition of Holy Matrimony. Same sex couples cannot ever be: “two become one”. Homosexual behavior is wholly against man’s destiny in eternity. In other words, homosexual behavior is against man’s soul.
But to deny man’s soul, man had to deny our Creator, WHO endowed all mankind, created equal, with unalienable rights. The sovereign Person of God is denied to subjugate man, the human being, himself.
In denying the human soul, all sins against God can be denied. When an individual consents to commit a crime, that individual self-excommunicates himself from the Catholic Church. When the person commits the crime, he becomes a criminal, an outlaw. All crimes of abuse of minor children were committed by outlaws, ex-communicants, criminals. These individuals must be put in jail for the rest of their lives. I do not care how old or sick they are. These criminals need to go to jail for the rest of their lives.
Virgin priests do not behave as criminals behave. The abusers must pay for their own sins and crimes. The Catholic Church has a fatherly care of their souls. This constitutes separation of Church and State.

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