THE OBJECTIVITY OF THINGS AND POPE FRANCIS

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  1. Very nice

    On Thursday, September 24, 2015, Catholic Strength wrote:

    > tomlirish posted: ” “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, > than are dreamt of in your philosophy” (Hamlet) 22 Recently > “

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  2. Pope Francis is no doubt a holy man and I pray for him daily, but he fails in my opinion to prioritize and stress the most important problems. Not all problems carry equal weight and unless you attack the root of the problem it will never be eliminated. Restoring traditional marriage, the nuclear family and teaching the faith must be restored if we are ever to solve the cancers the plague our society (abortion, violence, war, poverty, etc.). He had an excellent opportunity to tell the nation directly what will happen if we don’t turn away from sin and return to God. Our nation has fallen off the cliff and no longer can we hide from the truth for political correctness. Love means telling the truth. If Jesus had given the same speech to the leaders of our nation would he have used the same language and tone as Pope Francis? I think not.

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    1. It has been noted Tom that Francis takes a more pastoral approach, trying to meet people where they are, and preparing them
      step by step for the full Gospel. This strategy is open to review like any evangelization strategy. But as I have tried to show in this note
      and the previous note, he always preserves and protects
      the great moral teachings of the Catholic church which come to us from the apostolic tradition.
      Tom Mulcahy

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