Pretty ordinary but very lovely Liturgy today.
14th Sunday after Pentacost and first Sunday of Luke Righteous mother Euphrosyne, Venerable Martyr Paphnoutios of Egypt and those slain with him; repose of Venerable Sergios of Radnezh; translation of the relics of Herman, archbishop of Kazan.
Epistle Corinthians 1:21-24 Gospel Luke 5:1-11
Some notes from Fr Chris' homily...
The woman is absolutely correct. There is not a thing racist about it. Unless you call facts racist.
She rightly calls upon people to take responsibility for their own actions. As I recall, that's a basic tenet of libertarianism.
The footnote in the OSB Romans 13 says "When civil rulers are in direct opposition to God, the believer must follow God." Ender, et al. are especially right in the case of 'Murica-the civil rulership is secular at best and typically isn't interested in God at all-so much so that it is normally in opposition to God.
We are all aware of what he proposed for the killing fields currently referred to as Chicago's inner city. I disagree with him on that. I think the best approach is to let gangs keep killing the hell out of each other. Soon there will be no more problem. Unfortunately though, some innocent bystanders are going to be hurt, but what the hay. /s
Cool story, bro. :D :cool: Did you also pencil in lines so as to write perfectly horizontally (an aid like the lines on notebook paper)? I sometimes do that if I'm doing artsy typography for graphic design by hand for whatever reason. ;)
Both support the Trans Pacific Partnership. Nothing but traitorous.
Weld wants to gun-grab and he reiterated it not long ago. He also co-chaired the Council on Foreign Relations' Task Force on creating a North American Union.
Is that the new definition of libertarian? Because I didn't think it was.