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For parts one and two, click here All right, now for the hard part. From part two: What about when a husband either “dumps” his wife or becomes abusive?  Situations like this might require separation, and the Church fully acknowledges this.  But why would the Church, under any circumstances, not permit the woman to remarry? Advertisements

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In part one, I talked about hermits and celibates, quoting from the Catechism of the Catholic Church: [Hermits] manifest to everyone the interior aspect of the mystery of the Church, that is, personal intimacy with Christ. (CCC 921 — italics mine) (…) “Virgins who, committed to the holy plan of following Christ more closely, (. […]

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INTERLOCUTOR: Catholics are puritanical in their attitude toward sex. ME: No we’re not. INTERLOCUTOR: Prove it. ME: Okay.

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Saints and Other Important People in the Church On the Pope’s Resignation (see tab, “Humor/Social Commentary/Other”) What Was Pope John XXIII All About? In Defense of Pope John Paul II’s Sainthood Video: St. Catherine of Siena (see Videos) On the Fatherhood of St. Joseph (see Holiday/Seasonal) A Model for Mothers with Troubled Sons (and Husbands) […]

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NOTE: If you have not read part one, please do so.  If you would prefer to just read this post for now, I would ask that you bookmark part one and read it afterwards.  The two posts cannot be properly appreciated except when read as a whole, which is why I really wanted to confine […]

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