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“Dear Bishops, don’t be fooled…”

Sara Manzardo, a young married woman connected with the Italian Catholic blog “Cor XIII”, wrote this beautiful letter to the bishops on the occasion of the Synod on youth; it’s appeared on a couple of sites. The translation is mine. She writes:

Now that the Synod has just begun, the media buzz has started too and, looking at what the newspapers report, this synod on youth will be talking mostly about migrants, LGBT, and naturally about premarital sex, because chastity seems to be the main reason why youth

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Two for two!

Somebody up there doesn’t like me. That is, somebody with influence in the Archdiocese of Boston. Otherwise, why would my comments get deleted from the Cardinal’s blog twice?
As in the old Lifebuoy commercials, it’s time to ask: Do I… offend?
It’s not obvious what’s rubbing His Eminence or His Eminence’s Blogmaster the wrong way: I expressed a polite and reasoned disagreement, and I didn’t gush with compliments, but then several similar comments with the same qualities do remain on the thread.
Anyway, it’s

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The spammers know me too well

This spam subject line got past my mail filters:
“It reredos be nowhere”
It’s not proper grammar, but it certainly expresses my thoughts at times!

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Time to take a searching and fearless moral inventory

Holland’s a haven for drug users, but that’s not so bad. You haven’t dealt with the scourge of video-game addiction yet.
Admitting that I have a problem with computer addiction is the first step toward recovery.

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Time to “subscribe” to Bettnet, folks

Dom Bettinelli is looking for a new job, as he’s leaving Ignatius Press this summer. If you read his site and haven’t chipped in lately, this would be a fine time to do that.

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