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Sara may be well-intentioned, but she and St. Gregorys are going about things the wrong way.
Sara may be well-intentioned, but she and St. Gregorys are going about things the wrong way. Youre not supposed to let just anyone who wants to, take communion, much less pray the words of consecration over toast when your friend and former lover is dying, you dont baptize people after they take communion, you dont baptize children just because they ask, you dont marry a person of the same sex and you dont lay hands on people and pray for them without having received the authority to do so. And the pantry is not church; you need a valid liturgy and authorized clerics for that. Sara has simply allowed her leftist politics, concern for outcasts, and the liberation theology of Jesuits like Martin-Baro to overcome her good sense. People need rules; thats why we have them in the first place. If we dont have rules, people will do whatever they want, and then where will we be?