Why Sharing Bad News Can Be Good For The Soul

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Birgit J

Birgit Jones is a ‘slightly 60,’ passionately pro-life, cradle Catholic. She and her Catholic convert husband, Rick, have been married for 40+ years. Frequent visits from their four adult children and 9 living grandchildren eliminate any fear of an empty nest. Birgit can also be found on Catholic Stand and her Facebook fan page Designs by Birgit.

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  1. Janice Brown says:

    I sit before my computer, a 92 yr old Catholic woman with tears falling! You are telling me about the sins of my Church, which I have loved so dearly. How can this be? My God, my God where do I turn to? Who can I trust?
    My whole world has just turned upside down and is spinning. Maranatha! LORD JESUS, Maranatha!

    • Birgit J says:

      Dearest Janice, you know where to turn. Saint Peter said it first when Jesus asked him if he would leave him too. “Lord, where would I go? You have the words of everlasting life “.

      I’m sorry that this sordid mess has upset you but you must remember one thing – we follow Jesus the Christ, not fallible shepherds who are human and subject to sin. Have Faith in Him who created and saved us from sin. He Who loved without cost to us. Pray, read Sacred Scripture, make use of the Sacraments, and hope in the Lord. “ The gates of hell will not prevail against His Church”.

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