01 August, 2012

A seamless garment: The Vatican, the LCWR, and U.S. Catholic higher education… | The American Catholic

A seamless garment: The Vatican, the LCWR, and U.S. Catholic higher education… | The American Catholic

2 comments:

  1. Who gets to decide what it is God is telling us and how he wants us to live our lives? What do you do if your considered conscience, molded by your personal relationship with Jesus differs markedly from that taught by the bishops?

    Finally, is it more important that we as Christians speak with one voice on important spiritual, social and moral issues or is it more important that as individuals we believe and stand by what we say.

    Just my own personal opinion here, I will speak and act upon my own conscience. The bishops I trust not so much. The little, old cat lady next door seems to have a more formed conscience than many of the bishops. She doesn't judge others. She doesn't collude to shield other little, old cat ladies that she knows are guilty of grave evil.

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  2. There is one "good" to come out of the evil demonstrated by the officialdom of Roman Catholicism in handling the abuse of innocent children of God. (something about millstones I seem to recall may be anticipated) Note Mr. Sandusky's consequences.
    But for the present time the understanding inherent of the NCAA ruling upon Penn State is exactly the kind of reaction we would expect from "representatives of Christ".
    Even Jesus told the woman to sin no more. He didn't move her to the nearby village.
    Surely Jesus must weep, ....if you can still believe he really has anything to do with Christianity as active today in society.

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