BY: George Dunlap, March 11, 2020, We as Catholic Men must sign-on to support, Carrie Gress’s article, with our wives and daughters in this re-birth of our Christian obligation to family and faith. Let us all join in on the rebirth of our family in Christ.
Feminism’s Unexpected Cure
By Carrie Gress Wednesday, March 11, 2020
Five decades ago, radical feminist Kate Millett and her eleven friends in New York City recited a type of litany, a feminist manifesto of sorts, that has proven to be remarkably effective:
“Why are we here today?” the chairwoman asked.
“To make revolution,” they answered.
“What kind of revolution?”
“The Cultural Revolution.”
“And how do we make Cultural Revolution?”
“By destroying the American family!”
“How do we destroy the family?”
“By destroying the American Patriarch.”
“And how do we destroy the American Patriarch?”
“By taking away his power!”
“How do we do that?”
“By destroying monogamy!”
“How can we destroy monogamy?”
“By promoting promiscuity, eroticism, prostitution, abortion, and homosexuality!”
I’ve always been struck by the last line. Did those 12 women ever dream that their tiny effort would be so wildly successful? We witness their success daily, from half-time shows to celebrities insisting their careers and awards are more important than their children, from royal tantrums even to the tragic gender confusion foisted upon children.Continue reading
George Dunlap, March 1, 2020. Not wanting to be contributing to the “Panic and The End of the World” crowd, this article does bring a number of issues to light. We as Catholic’s need to pray for calm and understand what we may need to face.
The Catholic Church will be impacted by the looming pandemic.
Coronavirus continues to spread rapidly around the globe. Still hoping to contain the disease, the World Health Organization refuses to declare a pandemic, but warns time is short. As the disease appears likely to break out of containment, it may spread around the world and could also impact the Church. A major outbreak is spreading in Italy.
The Church will be impacted by the spread of the virus. Here’s what you need to know.
By Marshall Connolly (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
2/24/2020 (5 days ago)
Published in Living Faith
LOS ANGELES, CA (California Network) The arthritic is as grim as it is simple. The COVID-19 Coronavirus can spread from person to person easily, and before symptoms can be detected. This makes efforts to contain the disease almost futile. It is now just a matter of time before the disease becomes a global pandemic. Still, officials are reticent to declare the disease a pandemic and are hoping to contain the virus. But each day, the numbers of cases grow and new outbreaks are reported.
It is time to prepare, and to consider how this disease will impact our lives. As Catholics, the spreading disease will impact our Church and our parish communities.Continue reading
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By: George Dunlap, January 28, 2020 With trust and strength in God, we the Laity of our local parishes must rise and stand with our Priest; Yes we must hold them accountable, just as we must hold our neighbor and friends accountable for their dealings with wrongful acts. We must hold all our brothers to account not just one group or another. For we the men of The Fremont Catholic Men’s Group believe, “Iron Sharpens Iron, Prov.27:17” we must stand with our fellow Priests in faith. We must hold all accountable.
The Following article by Peter M. J. Stravinskas offers some good insight into another area of concern, regarding the continuing need to work together in our faith and love of God. The Laity must be part of the solution with our fellow brothers the Priest.
Why priestly morale is in the doldrums
We thought in particular of priests. Our priestly heart wanted to comfort them, to encourage them. With all the priests, we pray: Save us, Lord, we perish! The Lord sleeps while the storm is unleashed. He seems to abandon us to the waves of doubt and error. We are tempted to lose confidence.
So begins From the Depths of Our Hearts: Priesthood, Celibacy and the Crisis of the Catholic Church, co-authored by Pope Benedict XVI and Cardinal Robert Sarah (yes, they really did co-author the book!). It is most encouraging to have these words of affirmation from the Pope Emeritus and the man I hope is the next to wear a white cassock. Those words reminded me of the wonderfully supportive Holy Thursday letters of St. John Paul II to his “beloved priests.” Such papal sentiments have been terribly lacking over the past seven years. My point in this present exercise, however, is not to dwell on the lack of papal buoying up but to bring to the attention of our readers a problem closer to home – and that is the double-standard priests experience within their own dioceses.Continue reading
George Dunlap, January 23, 2020, Morning musings; while enjoying a cup of hot coffee on a cold and damp morning.
As I read the morning Catholic and secular news blogs, I read of wars and sadness. Many times I endure, past those stories, and at times I am greatly saddened by the pain man inflects on his brothers. But today, I am blessed with Hope and Beauty. Please enjoy The Apostles Creed as sung by Rebecca Gorzynska. This is Beauty and Joy.