“Are you serious?Pastorally and morally he has no authority to judge Anyone-that is the eminent domain of the Lord. If someone takes communion who shouldn't,it's on them to answer. The priest refused because they were living with each other?? Sorry EJ but that's no crime nor sin in the church's eyes. He had to witness them having sex to enforce the church's wacky rules. I am proud to be a cafeteria catholic. I believe in a loving and forgiving god,not the tyrannical vengeful one I was taught about as a lad.”
EdwardJames on Mar 1, 2012 at 13:47:27
“You cannot seriously beleive a priest has personally to witness sin to know if it. It is too bad you were taught there is a tyrannical God - that is not Catholic doctrine. So you perhaps need to sort out the difference between the individual priest or others who taught you such absurdity, and the doctrine of the Church that God is love.
As for "love" - it is not always expressed in turning the other way when someone is about to harm themselves, as by receiving communion when they are not in communion. St. Paul warns very clearly of the consequences of that.”
“What a heart-tugging story of love, acceptance and lessons of life this story brought my wife and I. The two of you we're made for each other despite the odds. The fact that your husband was accepting of the three of you together is hard to imagine. I'm glad this occurred exactly when it did so that we could here this wonderful story and learn from you. You all get a valentine from my wife and I.”
hp blogger Judith Newton on Feb 12, 2013 at 00:19:04
“If these two cold-blooded killers go free it will be the most sensational injustice since Orange Juice was set free. When the defense knows its client is guilty it blames the police,the prosecutor,the tainted evidence,blah blah blah. Please keep these two locked away as long as possible.”
lindamom on Oct 1, 2011 at 17:33:03
“Yes, please explain your tirade - thanks.”
mothergrace on Oct 1, 2011 at 15:55:32
“What evidence convinced you of their guilt?
To try and use contaminated evidence to convict with a lack of real evidence is not enough.”