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28 March 2019


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Philip Kai Morre

What has canon law got to do with a dead cow and the bull. I am not so sure what it really means but the person who design or wrote the wordings knows best.

Is canon law really at work within the Catholic church in the midst of moral and spiritual bankruptcy? When our faith in God is dry we promote secular humanism and agnostic tendencies.

Immorality is creeping into the church, not only the Catholic church but other churches as well. Does canon law allow women to live in the presbytery with the priest? If it doesn't that priest is breaking canon law and who will discipline him or bring him to the tribunal?

In one of the parish in Simbu, the parish priest is living on the top floor and three Protestant women are living on the ground flour paying rent. You cannot put cat and rat in the same room.

Fr Garry's piece was not about canon law, Philip, it was about the hazards of giving lectures. Nevertheless, your comments were interesting - KJ

Joe Herman

Nice piece Garry. Sometimes we focus too much on the brain and not enough on the heart.

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