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Father Tim Moyle: The Church response to bioethical dilemmas - Holy Post

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Father Tim Moyle: The Church response to bioethical dilemmas - Holy Post

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  1. Anonymous05 June, 2010

    It seems from your rambling that you have been hitting the bottle little too hard old man.

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  2. Pardon? I don't drink. Perhaps you might like to point out what it is that I wrote that you took exception to?

    Fr. Tim

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  3. It's a troll, Tim, like a couple of the other "commenters" who left their scat when you went on holiday and opened up the comments moderation.

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  4. Next you will tell us you don't molest boys?

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  5. Tim, you do know that it's possible to ban this moron, don't you?

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  6. Lady Janus: Yes. But even fools have the right to say their peace here so long as they are not slandering any particular individual.

    Fr. Tim

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  7. It appears to me that he's slandering you, Tim. Or trying to. And even my most rudimentary understanding tells me that "turn the other cheek" does not mean you have to allow yourself to be somebody's punching bag...

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  8. Telling the truth is not a slander Janus.

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  9. "Truth?" And hiding behind anonymity?

    Not.

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  10. Janus do a search of priests who molested kid. You will see that most have Irish names.

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  11. Ah. You're a racist. Got it. Thanks for clearing that up.

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  12. Fr.Tim,
    Thanks for everything you do for the church and the people, through your website. I came across this story. Thought that this may be an eye opener for some who condemn the church and priests.

    http://blog.archny.org/?p=1127

    An Airport Encounter

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