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To: HiTech RedNeck

Don’t freak out.

The pope said a sin, once forgiven, is forgotten by God and so must be by onlookers. Nothing new, just Christian.

He didn’t say active gay-ness was OK, just that as for any accused priest of a gay trist - he investigated and found no proof to back it, so he wouldn’t judge the man unfit. We follow that in our Constitution no?

He said if an existing priest has such inklings and does not act on them, who is he to judge...not that seminarians are allowed in with such.

Jesus wants to heap mercy on us every time we repent (repent, go and purely intend to sin to more), even if we fail, fighting it, again and again, but fighting it tooth and nail. That’s growth. You can’t grow toward Christ if you’re still always weighed down by guilt over your past failures and eveil deeds, so he says repent and be freed of the weight and regret, go and sin no more.....the dude believes this stuff that Jesus said.

He also said to remember, we’re talking sexual sin, not rape of children!


12 posted on 07/29/2013 1:24:55 PM PDT by If You Want It Fixed - Fix It
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To: If You Want It Fixed - Fix It

Who’s “freaking out.”

Anyhow, events like this do force persons like the Pope to realize that God can act with grace on His own without bringing the Pope into the loop.


13 posted on 07/29/2013 1:28:58 PM PDT by HiTech RedNeck (Whatever promise that God has made, in Jesus it is yes. See my page.)
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To: If You Want It Fixed - Fix It

It’s OK to have homosexual inclinations? Glad I don’t live in your world.


21 posted on 07/29/2013 4:28:37 PM PDT by Sam Gamgee (May God have mercy upon my enemies, because I won't. - Patton)
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