We have to point out things in this world that are against our Church's Teachings to our children. Confusion isn't a way to raise a child on their way to Eternal Life with Christ.
There seems to be a sense of "we'll take care of things Archbishop, don't worry". We'll have to find a way to get this information to our dear Archbishop. The gatekeepers are still in place I fear.
(This just in: The U of P just had the Dalai Lama give a talk. He is the totality of everything NOT Catholic. A "reincarnation", not "of a soul that it eternal, indestructible and unlike any other ever formed throughout the history of the world", he believes in anything goes if there's a good reason. More money spent by those hell bent on destroying the Church at a Catholic university.)
The University of Portland gave this athletic gear to Archbishop Sample recently. It shows very clearly that Nike is pro-homosexual actions and pro-abortion. In face they are hoping to be the first sportswear company to sponsor a homosexual athlete.
Sports are wonderful, but when it comes with this high of a price to live by the label, it's sad.
|Catholic Sentinel Ed Langlois|
Canon 812 reads: "It is necessary that those who teach theological disciplines in any institute of higher studies have a mandatum from the competent ecclesiastical authority."
The Conference at the University of Portland's Chiles Center in June picked Thomas "let there be women priests" Groome to be the keynote speaker. He works for Sadlier Publishing and is a friend of Mary Jo Tully who is also connected with Sadlier.
This could point out some flaws in thinking on the Chancellor's part, since she is the one allowing this ex-priest from coming into the Archdiocese.
The is very sad: even with the Installation Mass of our Archbishop at the Chiles Center and the standards of the University have continued slipping.
Every part of this earth is sacred . . .
Every clearing and humming insect is holy . . .
All belong to the same family.
Teach your children that the earth is our mother . . .
The wind gave our children the spirit of life.
This we know, the earth does not belong to us; we belong to the earth . . .
(Coming to God's Word, William H. Sadlier Inc.)