An eloquent and powerful editorial on the subject of same sex marriage.
- Boycott the Knights of Columbus
- A wedding sermon.
- An open letter to my parish community.
- How It All began
- Why was a college student in the car of drunken Archbishop-elect Cordileone at 12:26 AM, when Cordileone was arrested for a DUI?
- When the Church married Same-Sex couples.
- The Supreme Court’s Decisions and the New Mason-Dixon Line
- What the Vatican & American bishops DO NOT want you (and Politicians) to know.
- San Francisco in archbishop Cordileone’s sight
- The Morality of Sex, gay & straight.
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
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Thanks so very much for posting this, Fr. Geoff. It is one of the most eloquent and far reaching witnesses of truth that has appeared in the media during this entire campaign. Again, thank you for taking the brave step of standing up, even when it meant being cast out. You just have no idea how many of us look to this blog from day to day for your inspiring words and thoughts that bring greater solidarity to the cause of civil rights and social justice.
All excellent points that are made - this man really speaks from his heart on this.
On another topic, thought you might want to share with your readers - a coordinated call to action across the country for Saturday Nov 15th. Here's the link:
"All great thoughts come from the Heart"
Luc de Vauvenargues
An unprecedented intelligent witness to true love, plain and simple human respect for another human being, for all people from a public news media announcer.
Kind of mirrors your courage and witness for human dignity for all people, which you began on October 5, 2008. Hope it is contagious across the nation and around the world. True love is like that I am told, it would be a slice of heaven to collectively experience it.
Priceless, unforgettable, powerful.
Thanks for posting this. It's been making the rounds.
Also, your speech in Fresno has been uploaded to YouTube by someone:
I think this may be the best video I've seen so far on this issue!
Hello, I like the blog.
It is beautiful.
Sorry not write more, but my English is bad writing.
A hug from Portugal
Father, I just read about your story and the stand you made in your former parish. Though I don't know you, I'm incredibly proud of you! Way to go!
Olbderman's dialogue nearly brought me to tears. If only all people felt the same.
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