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It only “instructs” in an indirect way, via “lex orandi, lex credentials.”

Are "lex credentials" akin to "street cred"?
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What Catholics do not do, is we do not expel popes from the Church as if that is our religious obligation - not even in this day and age.

No, but they can "expel" (what is this, grade school?) and have, in recent times, expelled themselves.  What is more, the entity from which they have expelled themselves is clearly NOT Holy Mother Church -- which is why there is any resistance at all, much less one that is long-standing and worldwide -- but rather a ravenous Whore who devours her own children, decade after decade.  Holy Church, like Her Master before Her, died, at least in a mystical sense -- Her body and Her soul were separated.  God alone can reunite them and it will be glorious to behold.  Hold fast in what promise to be wild days ahead.  Godspeed.
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This is a strange comment coming from a Catholic.

What has food scarcity and electric supply have to do with sɛҳuąƖity morality and deviancy? The Lebanese have a strong culture based on family values. Should they lower their standards, in your opinion, because perverts want to further damage their society?
I’m probably misunderstanding things.

I was shocked they even had those things over there frankly. 
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Fighting Errors in the Modern World / Re: Lebanon joins Pride Month crackdown
« Last post by Emile on Yesterday at 11:50:32 PM »
Being in the vicinity of Sodom & Gomorrah (Beirut ~ 250 miles) is probably a helpful reminder.

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Fighting Errors in the Modern World / Re: Lebanon joins Pride Month crackdown
« Last post by Nadir on Yesterday at 11:22:15 PM »
.... Why are they caring so much about this when most of the country can barely afford to feed themselves or have electricity?
This is a strange comment coming from a Catholic.

What has food scarcity and electric supply have to do with sɛҳuąƖity morality and deviancy? The Lebanese have a strong culture based on family values. Should they lower their standards, in your opinion, because perverts want to further damage their society?
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They have some morals.  They may experience financial hardships but it is better then losing their souls with lgtbq parades and agenda.  

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Lebanon has been on the teetering edge of societal collapse and financial insolvency for a long time. Why are they caring so much about this when most of the country can barely afford to feed themselves or have electricity?

There is economic crisis and then there is Lebanon, which makes whatever happened in 2008 look like child's play. They have other issues in the world.
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Politics and World Leaders / These are the least independent states in the US
« Last post by epiphany on Yesterday at 10:18:41 PM »

  • Kentucky was followed by Louisiana, Mississippi, Alaska, and South Carolina, respectively.


  • In comparison, Utah, Colorado, and Massachusetts ranked among the top five most independent states.


  • The rankings are based on consumer finances and reliance on the federal government, among other metrics. 

More:
https://thehill.com/changing-america/enrichment/arts-culture/3541497-these-are-the-least-independent-states-in-the-us-report/amp/

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Health and Nutrition / Re: Post-vaxx fertility
« Last post by Nadir on Yesterday at 10:14:30 PM »
My pleasure AMDGJMJ.

For those who didn’t look into the links (I admit I didn’t) this one is horrifying
During the first trimester,
82% Pregnant Women Getting COVID Vaccine have Miscarriages – More than the Abortion Pill
https://healthimpactnews.com/2022/82-pregnant-women-getting-covid-vaccine-have-miscarriages-more-than-the-abortion-pill/





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Fighting Errors in the Modern World / Lebanon joins Pride Month crackdown
« Last post by epiphany on Yesterday at 10:13:53 PM »
June, global Pride Month, has seen several Arab nations launch campaigns specifically seeking to find and quash any support for the LGBTQ community. Lebanon was the latest nation to join the crackdown, with Interior Minister Bassam Mawlawi issuing a letter a week ago to Lebanese security forces ordering them to break up any events that "promote" ɧoɱosɛҳųαƖity.

The letter, labelled "very urgent," said that "after the spread of calls on social media to organize parties and events promoting ɧoɱosɛҳųαƖity in Lebanon… and considering the negative consequences brought by this phenomenon on individuals and society" police and security forces should "take the necessary measures to ban any celebrations, meetings or gatherings aiming to promote this phenomenon and to report the results back."

More:
https://www.cbsnews.com/amp/news/pride-month-lgbtq-lebanon-kuwait-saudi-arabia-crackdown-rainbow-hunting/
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