Life and Liberty


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Homily for Independence Day, July 4, 2015

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5 Responses to Life and Liberty

  1. Lee Surkin says:

    It is legitimate and necessary to ask oneself if this [gay marriage] is not perhaps part of a new ideology of evil, perhaps more insidious and hidden, which attempts to pit human rights against the family and against man.
    Pope John Paul II

    It is never too late to strengthen the foundation of faith. There is always time. With faith in the Savior, you can repent and plead for forgiveness.Above all, remember that God looks for solid virtues in us, such as patience, humility, obedience, and the good will to serve Him.
    Marriage is a living sign that truly communicates the love of Christ and the Church.

  2. Rita Dumer says:

    Silence is Acceptance.
    We must pray that we will fully live and profess the faith in which we truly believe.
    It is more than past time we begin to speak out.
    …”as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord”!

    Good job Son!

  3. Nancy Novicki says:

    Fabulous Gary! Had I been there, I would have applauded! Those
    statistics are frightening! Why do you think so many Catholics are
    denying the church’s beliefs? It all saddens & frightens me at the
    same time. Besides prayer, what can be done?

  4. Will says:

    Thanks for the bold homily Gary. Please continue to preach the Truth in season and out of season. Catholics must put on the “Armor of God” to prepare for the coming fight and persecution. America, with her predominantly protestant and anti-Catholic roots, has come full circle as she has now fully rejected Catholic moral teaching. For too long Catholics have let American culture shape Catholics instead of Catholics shaping America’s culture. Enough is enough. Catholics are not called for comfort. Rather, Catholics are called for greatness.

  5. Mary Thomas says:

    Unfortunately, the justices feel they have the duty to interpret the law as lay people and not as Catholics in order to perform their paid duties. Unfortunately too, Catholics and other Christians alike do not see the horrific events of the last decade or so as the coming of another Sodom and Gammorah. When these events happened, everyone flocked to their churches to pray. They did not and do not understand the warnings.

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