Link So who gives who the ring? by Jeffrey Miller October 1, 2006 written by Jeffrey Miller October 1, 2006 Matt C. Abbot links to the "wedding album" of two ex-priests who "married" each other in 2004. The images are very tame, especially considering that these priests were involved in the St. Sebastian’s Angels Web site scandal. 5 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post "Religious relativism, so poisonous to children" next post St. Terese and Respect Life Sunday You may also like Faith and Works October 31, 2004 B is for Biretta January 24, 2007 Catechism Rock! May 11, 2005 Hats all folks September 7, 2006 Contraception as Bulimia August 10, 2005 Some interesting links April 8, 2005 Interview with the Jester October 15, 2007 Meditations from Carmel June 12, 2006 Winner of the … December 28, 2004 This pegs ten on my lame-o-meter April 15, 2003 5 comments Ed Pie October 1, 2006 - 3:04 pm How disgusting. I mean the layout of that web album. Side scrolling, with one full-size image at a time somewhere way off to the right? Timecube.com is almost easier to follow. Still, it looks like they had a nice time. I’ve had weekends where I’ve gone out to lunch and dinner with some friends and then went to a party afterwards, and it was fun; and when I say “nice time,” I mean “I’m struck by how everything seems more mundane than the most low-key and low-budget traditional wedding I’ve ever seen, except for their albs.” Couldn’t they find more than four women to invite? Reply shaking-my-head October 1, 2006 - 4:52 pm Since FTD now caters to sodomites and lesbians with their National Coming Out Day specials, I think I’ll order them a nice floral arrangement. Something with gayfeathers and sweet william of course. Reply Allan O'Canada October 1, 2006 - 7:38 pm That is sick, filthy, disordered and disgusting! Makes me want to vomit. So unmanly, immature and under-developed. Why can’t they respect their bodies instead of living a lie. What a national embarassment that it’s in my country too. Those poor souls, setting themselves up for eternal fire with such sin. The hearts of Jesus and Mary must be bleeding as with all other mortal sins. Reply fapfs October 3, 2006 - 10:13 am I read briefly through their bios, and there was no mention of any prayer or dedication to God. If you don’t fortify yourself with divine strength, is this what will happen? I felt depressed about this all day. We desperately need to pray for our priests. And invite them to our homes. Reply James October 3, 2006 - 6:37 pm I am reminded of ex-gov. Jim McGreevey. He supposedly struggled with his homosexual sin, but just gave up and “accepted” himself for “who I am.” He now blames his sins and lies on the Church and on “homophobic” society. He’s now going around hawking his salacious book, looking for sympathy for his reprehensible behavior. He kissed his live-in boyfriend on Larry King Live. KING: Are you still a Catholic? MCGREEVEY: I’m a practicing Episcopalian. KING: You switched. MCGREEVEY: I haven’t switched formally. KING: You go to a Episcopal church? MCGREEVEY: Yes. St. Bartholomew’s. KING: Are you Episcopal too? O’DONNELL (McGreevey’s lover): Yes. MCGREEVEY: I love my church. I love the traditions. It is what I grew up in. It’s what I was, baptized and confirmed. I just can’t sit in a pew and listen to someone tell me that, you know, I ought to despise who I am. It is not healthy for me. KING: That must feel terrible since you believe in the faith, right? It is conflicting. MCGREEVEY: Yes. It is, for me it is unhealthy. KING: [b]Did you ever confess to a priest that you were gay?[/b] MCGREEVEY: [b]No. I was afraid to.[/b] Over all those years of homosexual activity, he never once confessed them sacramentally? And he’s surprised the Church was of no help to him? That’s like refusing to eat your meal at a restaurant and then walking out in a huff because they didn’t feed you! Reply Leave a Reply to Allan O'Canada Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.