8 thoughts on “God’s Love is found through forgiveness

  1. 19melissa70 says:

    The second comment was a joke.
    Lighten up!

    • I hardly call using the f-word against me a sign of maturity. And your second comment was inappropriate to say the least. I will only respond to responsible questions and/or comments.

  2. 19melissa70 says:

    Childish and immature?
    F*** you!
    Pardon my French!

  3. Hello Melissa! I am always happy to have constructive conversations with individuals who disagree with me provided the response is civil and responsible. The silly childishness of your response is consistent with the attitude that has been employed by the members of “St. Ann’s in Exile”, and that is why I don’t take them or you seriously; in fact, I am pleased by these attacks, for they prove by their immaturity that I am disliked by the right people. As Jesus said, “Blessed are you when they insult you and persecute you and utter every kind of slander against you falsely because of my name. Rejoice and be glad, for your reward in heaven will be great. They persecuted the prophets before you in just the same way.” So to you and all those in “St. Ann’s in Exile” I say, thank you for making my heavenly reward greater. I have been working very hard on mine. I hope you all work on yours. God bless you always!

  4. 19melissa70 says:

    That being said, you may as well disclose all the details and just omit the names. It would make for great entertainment! LOL

  5. Hello Melissa. The Seal of Confession means a priest can never reveal the identity of who said something in confession. It is perfectly permissible to use confession material for medicinal purposes – such as I did in my homily – provided there is no possibility of the seal being broken.

  6. 19melissa70 says:

    What is the ‘Seal of Confession’?
    Who is this man you are telling us about who came to you in tears saying that he didn’t think he deserved to be forgiven?
    What if he is listening to you today?

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