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The Godless Circle of Liberal Sexual Libertinism Comments

The "godless" who focus entirely on temporal goods, the medieval Cistercian monk Geoffrey of Auxerre states, "walk in a circle," and they do this because they reject the "natural desire for the highest good," namely God, and instead turn their lives from that one goal to "seeking to obtain first the lowest and least" of all goods, including, surely, sexual pleasure wherever and however it may be found.  Continue Reading

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  1. vance
    1 year ago

    Great article. It describes today's liberals accurately. They are souless and godless. Kermit Gosnell is the poster child of Liberalism. The hedon Liberal Establishment celebrated a NBA player who publicly announced that he is a homosexual. He was celebrated as a national hero. While I throw darts at the anti-Christ Marxist Democrat Party, again, I must throw stones at the Bishops and priests who continue their willful silence not standing up to the Hedons and rallying the faithful to do the same.

  2. Louis Barta
    1 year ago

    Yet another superb article by Mr. Andrew M. Greenwell, Esq.


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