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Aug 17 - Homily: The Assault on Matrimony

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Homily #120817 ( 11min) Play- Fr. Bonaventure explains Our Lord's gospel on the dignity of marriage, and exhorts us to defend the sanctity of this sacrament from our nation's assault on matrimony, even with the price of our own blood.   Ave Maria! Mass: Friday in the 19th Week in Ordinary Time - Wkdy - Form: OF Readings: Friday in the 19th Week in Ordinary Time (Short Reading) 1st: eze 16:59-63 Resp: isa 12:2-3, 4, 5-6 Gsp: mat 19:3-12 To Download Audio go to http://airmaria.com?p=29944


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  1. Heidi
    2 years ago

    My daughter announced that she will be "married" to a woman.
    She has invited relatives. My husband said that he would be embarrassed NOT to attend.
    I will not attend because I do not believe this is a marriage. I was amazed at friends and relatives who told me that I am rejecting my daughter. I love my daughter but will not
    condone same sex marriage.
    Is there a parents' support group for those who believe
    that those with SSA should lead a chaste lives?

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