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Pastoralia IV: How to Live and Work with Non-Catholics
In this episode of Pastoralia we're going to take on the difficult subject of how to live, work, and get along with people who don't just differ in belief from us, but may be actively working against Our Lord Jesus Christ and His Church.
We will cover: practicing homosexuals, people living in sin, people who are divorced or remarried, people with annulments from SSPX or the Novus Ordo, single mothers, etc. Can we have these people over for dinner? What if they are family? What happens at company picnics?
We'll also tackle the difficult non-Catholic weddings/funerals quandary. You need general principles in order to make these tough decisions. We'll give them to you.
Finally, we'll answer some questions from our last episode pertaining to work on Sunday and Reserved Sins during a time of interregnum.
Join Stephen Heiner and Fr. Stephen McKenna as they discuss these important and extremely relevant issues.
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What Issues do James & Brian think the LEFT have it RIGHT!! and our Resident Gay will help us explore what the DIVIDE is between Republicans and Gays?
The gay rights crowd is at it again. It's no longer good enough to behave in an acceptable manner. Now you have to believe what you are told to believe; think wat you are told to think. I'll give my thoughts on the subject. Call (646) 478-0526 with yours.
On this episode we will discuss being African Ameirican and Gay and Lesbian.
While the America we live in today is more tolerant and accepting than decades and centuries past, we still have a long and arduous road ahead. Despite false claims that we live in a "post-racial" society, African Americans still face prejudice and systemic racism regularly. Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people still combat discrimination and are denied access to basic protections. When you exist at these intersectional identities, simply trying to provide for yourself and your family becomes a battlefield.
At the National Black Justice Coalition, we have been fighting for over a decade to help LGBT African Americans live fully empowered, authentic lives. We know that Black LGBT people can struggle to find acceptance not only in mainstream America, but also within their own LGBT and African American communities. Now we have the figures to back up what we witness firsthand daily.
In the first half of the show, we're going to wrap up the black love segment with a married couple who will let us know what qualities they looked for in a partner and whats keeping them together after so many years. The rest of the episode we'll be discussing an openly gay pastor. I can't tell you what will come of this episode, but the Dymonds will be sharing their views on gay men in the church, gay men in leadership roles, etc. Join the conversation! 646-668-8047
Benedicting College basketball player Jallen Messersmith will join us today to talk about his team's run through the college basketball playoffs. We'll also hit on the Final Four, which takes place in Dallas (for the men) and Nashville (for the women).
We'll also talk about Mitch Eby, the Chapman University football player who came out publicly as gay earlier this week. He's the first gay active college football player to come out publicly. Ever.
Former homosexuals Debra Gauthier, Terry Abood and Pete Kleckner share their life altering relationship with Christ and share the real "gay" (Webster: keenly alive and exuberant) lifestyle. Both Debra and Terry are authors and will each give away a book on air. Sign in to the chat room to be eligible to win.
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Terry Abood's website http://www.turningleafministries.com/