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A Type of Patricide

June 5, 2012

 

IN THE previous entry, I made the point that one always has a father, whether one knows him or not. A  person deliberately deprived of a father (or a mother) through homosexual “marriage” or artificial reproduction is like Hamlet — a man surrounded by a smiling villainy that says nothing is amiss. But the orphan knows something is wrong. Thus Hamlet’s final words to his father’s ghost in Act I, Scene 5:

…. —- Remember thee?
Aye, thou poor ghost, while memory holds a seat
In this distracted globe. Remember thee!
Yea, from the table of my memory
I’ll wipe away all trivial fond records, Read More »

 

Homosexual “Mothers” and “Fathers”

June 5, 2012

 

CA CONSERVATIVE writes:

You recently stated: “Heterosexual men commit sexual abuse too, but they do not have the same rate of sexual perversion against the young.” I immediately thought, “of course.” But I decided to do a bit of research online and consider the positions of various psychologists and statisticians on the topic. Read More »

 

A Welcome Denunciation of a Feminist Nun

June 5, 2012

 

SISTER Margaret A. Farley, of the Sisters of Mercy of America, has been officially denounced by the Vatican for her 2006 book, Just Love: A Framework for Christian Sexual Ethics, which argues in favor of same-sex marriage, divorce and masturbation, reports The New York Times. The Congregation for the Doctrine of its Faith took two years to review the book. The wheels of Vatican censure grind exceedingly slow. Sister Farley said in response:

I can only clarify that the book was not intended to be an expression of current official Catholic teaching, nor was it aimed specifically against this teaching. It is of a different genre altogether.

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A Thomas Cole Landscape

June 5, 2012

 

The Clove, Catskills (1827)

THOMAS COLE, considered the father of American landscape painting, only lived to age 47, but left a large body of works, which are in museums across the country today. These works include his favorite genre of allegorical paintings, as well as the romantic landscape scenes for which he is most famous. You can read a short biography of him here.

 
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