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IRISH ARMY HEAD CHAPLAIN SUPPORTS GAY PRIDE.

It is very interesting to see the head chaplain of the Irish Army supporting his LGBT parishioners and saying he had planned to walk with them in Dublin Gay Pride.

Father Madigan is a priest of the Diocese of Limerick.

I wonder what his statement and support means in practice?

Does it mean he supports same sex marriage?

And more importantly, does it mean that he will preside over same sex marriage ceremonies?

That would be the logical and pastoral outcome of his public statement.

I dont think his bishop, Leahy, would give him any grief for that.

But his former diocesan, Phonsie?

Now that would be a white horse of a different colour.

FATHER GOLDILOCKS OF EAST ANGLIA

On Vocations to the Priesthood, he says: “Vocations are like house plants. House plants are not the same as hardy outdoor plants. If you water them too much they die, if you don’t water them enough they die. They need sunlight. They need care and attention, but not too much. You’ve got to get it just right. It’s the Goldilocks formula (ie which one is “just right’) which nobody really knows but which is ultimately the work of God, the work of the Holy Spirit acting through people.

TRIBUTE TO FATHER GOLDILOCKS FROM FATHER JOHN PROMISE OMEOZURU OF PORTSMOUTH DIOCESE.

Father John Promise is looking forward to calling Father Goldilocks MY LORD?

So we have a Bishop Goldilocks in the oven, have we?

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CATHOLIC TRUTH SCOTLAND AND BISHOP PAT.

I have always said that I would go to meet ANYONE, ANYWHERE.

The human being must always have an intellectual openness.

The Christian must always regard every human being as their brother and sister.

The people of CTS are our brothers and sisters.

We might have deep theological and liturgical disagreements with them.

But they ARE STILL our brothers and sisters

CTS wants the RCC purified of its scandals and corruptions – as do we.

Here are excerpts from their July newsletter.

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CTS have suggested that we blog jointly about all matters on July 22nd – Feast of St Mary Magdala.

I think it’s a good idea.