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Priest commends this site; no, I didn't transpose the letters in 'commends'

by Jeremy Hooper

201107141129A note sent to this site:

I'm a Catholic priest ... and what is there to say ... but, I'm sorry! I'm sorry that the Catholic hierarchy can be so ridiculous. I am sorry that some bishops are so out of touch with the Catholic faithful that I work with on a daily basis. I'm sorry that I often see posts on your blog about things that Catholic bishops say or do. I wish that the voice of the regular, normal, faithful, everyday Catholic was heard more than the bloviating bishops who make the headlines. The everyday Catholic who prays, works and sweats for the sake of the Gospel tends to be much more accepting, much more understanding of a person's unique experience, a person's right to love whomever he/she has been given the gift of God to love. You can find this out from polls and whatnot. I know this from my everyday experience working with these amazing, loving, understanding and accepting people.

-All the Best,


Religious. Freedom.

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