[CS-FSLUG] OT: The priest IS/WAS right!!

Fred A. Miller fmiller at lightlink.com
Thu Mar 1 21:36:28 CST 2012

On 03/01/2012 08:36 PM, Craig Button wrote:
> I'm not sure of the politics of the catholic church.  But I don't 
> recall Christ ever sending anyone away.  I guess this is one of the 
> reason i'm not Catholic.  Communion to me is a personal issue and not 
> one I get to choose who gets to take communion and who doesn't.  I'm 
> sure there were many others in the congregation that day who were 
> sinners, One of them being the priest himself.  although there is no 
> question that homosexuality is a sin, it's not the ultimate 
> unforgivable sin.  It is one of many sins that are mentioned in the 
> bible.  Each time this comes up, i think of the scene of the woman and 
> the pharacies.  He who is without sin should cast the first stone.
> Personally I think this is one of the cases that C.S. Lewis was 
> talking about when he stated that satan is never closer than on the 
> steps of the alter.  We have a commission to spread the word to all 
> the nations.  When we close a door on someone, we close the door. 
>  Although God can over come any obstacle we put in front of us, it's 
> not up to us to decide.

I said the priest was/is correct BASED on the principles of the Catholic 
church. And, no I'm not a Catholic either. If it was a baptist church, 
for example, then all she'd have to deal with is God.....unrepentant sin.


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