News Soon the only thing to be closeted is orthodoxy by Jeffrey Miller October 14, 2007 written by Jeffrey Miller October 14, 2007 Authors of Are There Closets in Heaven? A Catholic Father and Lesbian Daughter Share Their Story will be appearing at at St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church in Minneapolis. A Faithful Rebel has details along with contact information for His Excellency Harry J. Flynn and others in the diocese. 16 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post More on the Vatican Monsignor next post Interview with the Jester You may also like More on The Magdelene February 7, 2008 When you want to know what the Pope... May 24, 2013 w.Bloggar April 28, 2003 Steubenville San Diego Youth Conference July 29, 2006 Points of Clarification: FAQs, regarding Ms. Ruth Kolpack,... April 1, 2009 Headline News July 18, 2009 Eternal Rest Grant Him November 18, 2004 And your reason for missing Mass was? June 7, 2016 From the Rockford Files November 22, 2003 Obama’s Muslim Advisers Block Maronite Patriarch’s visit to... October 25, 2011 16 comments StubbleSpark October 14, 2007 - 2:16 pm Luther once lamented something like this: “Now every sheep herder and goat maiden thinks they are a Doctor of Bible.” Given that the people in question are from Iowa and not scholars in theology, I find the statement apropos. Argent October 14, 2007 - 2:44 pm Well, Jeff, first clue….St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Community (Church? We’re happenin’, we’re now! We’re relevant)…you can kinda guess what follows. Which is…”We are a searching Community of wounded healers.” Oy! Esther October 14, 2007 - 4:56 pm Jeff, I’m having trouble reading your blog today. The left sidebar overlaps your posts. Mr Flapatap October 14, 2007 - 6:51 pm Our parish is called St. Raphael Catholic Church but there are some references to St. Raphael Catholic Community when referring to the church, school, and retirement home altogether. R October 14, 2007 - 7:15 pm Esther, have you checked to see whether it’s an issue with your browser/system? It’s fine for me. Paul Cat October 14, 2007 - 9:52 pm >”Soon the only thing to be closeted is orthodoxy” I’ll be first in line to come out of that closet! Esther October 14, 2007 - 9:55 pm It seems fine in IE but not Firefox. Odd. It was okay until today. Mel October 14, 2007 - 10:15 pm What? St. Joan of Arc is out-liberaled in Minneapolis? Call the PC police! Anonymous October 14, 2007 - 10:21 pm What? St. Joan of Arc is out-liberaled in Minneapolis? Call the PC police! Don’t worry. St. Joan’s will soon adopt a gay penguin as their official mascot. Word on the street is that they are already in negotiations with the Minnesota Zoo. Jake October 14, 2007 - 10:26 pm Did you happen to see the picture of that Parish where it’s to be held? Look under Weddings. There seem to be no kneeler’s and the church is smaller then a quikie mart. Interesting. Al October 15, 2007 - 2:29 am StubbleSpark wrote: “Given that the people in question are from Iowa and not scholars in theology, I find the statement apropos.” As a loyal Iowa boy, I ask, “Please don’t lump all of us in with them.” Some of us DO know our theology. You should have said, farmers, even though most Iowa farmers raise cattle, pigs. corn or soybeans, not sheep. But I think there is a farm or 2 in the Cascade area that does raise sheep. What surprizes me is that I haven’t yet seen the book being heralded by a couple of the convents here in DBQ or by our newspaper. Or a couple of local “Catholic” Colleges. But, give them time. Elizabeth October 15, 2007 - 3:06 am I find it slightly interesting that it is about “Catholic” father and “lesbian” daughter.. Wouldn’t it make more sense to mention either religion or sexual orientation for both? Are we to assume that the daughter of her Catholic father isn’t Catholic? Al October 15, 2007 - 7:21 am The TH just arrived & there was the article about the book on the front page. Clearly the whole thing is an attack on orthodox Catholic teaching. Despite her claims to the contrary. She claims that unlike divorced people, gays aren’t welcome in the Church. I love the way she is twisting things, gay are just as welcome as anyone else is. But, the Church cannot & will not ever accept sinful behavior as OK. & that includes any type of sexual activity outside of a marriage between a man & a woman. That is what it really boils down to. John J. Simmins October 15, 2007 - 12:31 pm “Are we to assume that the daughter of her Catholic father isn’t Catholic?” We can assume that the father is NOT a lesbian. Vir Speluncae Orthodoxae October 16, 2007 - 12:36 pm There’s a word for people who make up their own rules. Well, here I am in the Orthodoxy closet. Hey there’s alot of folks in here! Lynn October 16, 2007 - 4:57 pm I’m in there and ready to come out! Comments are closed.