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When you stop believing in your Church, are you still allowed to call yourself a member of the Church? Can you rightfully be called a Catholic, and not believe in the sanctity of the communion of man and woman? Maybe the author would benefit from reading John Paul II's Theology of the Body.

If my daughter has an abortion I'm not going to stop loving her. But my love doesn't diminish her sin. The author claims to have been head of Catholic Charities yet is very ignorant of the Catholic Faith. Faith and Church often require from us a sacrifice for our spiritual growth. Maybe, now that we are in Lent the author can practice restrain and control his lust. Thereby teaching his son by example that the satisfaction of our earthly desires is not the purpose of life.

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