Text Box: Volume 19 No. 3           OF THE CHURCH
Text Box:     OF MAN WITH GOD   June, 2009 A.D.
- The Standard of Immorality for Liberal Vitriol and Virulence -
Liberals consider it perfectly acceptable for Jay Leno, David Letterman, and other promoters of perversion posing as comedians to ridicule President Bush (43), and to mockingly imitate his manner of speaking, but totally unacceptable for Rush Limbaugh to perform an impression of homosexual Rep. Barnett "Barney" Frank

The process of demeaning those who disagree with oneís agenda, position, standards (if any), and anything else has attained the level of both an art Text Box: A MORALLY CORRUPT HIERARCHY IS BOTH SYMPTOMATIC AND PROBLEMATIC

Symptomatic:   When moral corruption of the hierarchy becomes so common as to appear to be if not to actually be the norm it not only discourages and misleads the clergy ranks and laity, but also may leave them without access to the sacraments. This problem is one which all Orthodox would be wise to consider and study since it obviously is a problem in the former Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church from which Orthodox are only nominally insulated. It is a problem to which Orthodox may prove to be susceptible.

The problem is exemplified by the now retired Roman Catholic Archbishop Rembert G. Weakland of Milwaukee, (Wisconsin, U.S.A.). Weakland stated Text Box: ~ WHY CANíT WE ALL GET ALONG TOGETHER? ~
From Metropolitan Archbishop Paul, S.S.B.
To the flock entrusted into my care:

We canít all get along together because we are divided into two camps. The camp to which I belong, and every member thereof, desires to ascertain and follow Godís will and instructions. The other camp desires to do what ever it desires without regard to Godís will or instructions.

Very few of those who belong to the camp to which I belong are even partially successful in their attempt to follow God. But each of us and all of us continually strive to attain that goal, that status. We each examine our own conscience, and attempt so-to-do truthfully, that we each may strive to correct that which is not Godly and strengthen that which is Godly. Each of us strives to become and holy, to maintain our holiness, and to increase our holiness.

Those in the other camp are multitude in their individual and collective relations to and with God. A great many presume they have a good relationship with God, while ignoring what ever of Godís desires and instructions which are contrary to their own desires. Others presume they have a good relationship wit God, attempt to follow many or most of Godís instructions and desires, but grant to themselves exceptions to Godís instructions in certain matters - particularly sins which they desire to commit. And others donít care one way or the other.

Those in the other camp can compromise with those in the camp to which I belong and not transgress Godís instructions and desires. In fact, were they to compromise with Text Box:  The Society of Clerks Secular of Saint Basil 
(The Basilians - The Basilian Fathers )
Best Buy opposes religion with anti-religion policy

Best Buy, a company which sells computers, TVís, and various types of electronics, has blocked access to any religious internet web site from its in store demonstrator computers. One is able to access web sites featuring virtually every form of sin from the Best Buy demonstrator computers, but one is unable to access religious web sites. This is company policy.

On April 22, 2009 A.D., Archbishop Paul, S.S.B., went to a Best Buy store Text Box: This was sent to us. We hope it is not copyright. See the babyís foot pressing mommyís tummy, from the inside? 
Unborn babies are alive.