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Concerning the lawyer: if you had six kids, what would you do? Are you married? Do you have kids? At least this lawyer is honest about his spiritual life. And he turned to you for humble advice. If holy pride is what your website demands then the Catholic Church is in trouble. Apologize for your lack of empathy and understanding for his calling in life. Another thing. I’ve read the website and I think you have an oppositional personality problem. Maybe you are just misguided and mean well. Either way be careful of what you say to people or how you say it.

If I had six children I would teach them to love and to serve God, whatever the cost. And, sad to say, nothing brings out a person’s anger more than hearing someone tell them what Christ Himself demands of us. Come to think of it, that’s why they crucified Christ, isn’t it?


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