I direct your attention to the New Ways blog's own article on the event last week. The title of the post seems to be based on a sentence in Barbara Johnson's address to the meeting, "All that matters is love". Doesn't it have a ring of the old Beatles song "All You Need Is Love"? Shades of the 1960s' hippie-dom!
The article has so many errors in it that there won't be space enough here to touch on them. Notice the second paragraph where DeBernardo claims that Johnson was the victim of "liturgical abuse". He has it precisely ass-backwards. It was Johnson who was trying to force Father Guarnizo into committing liturgical abuse by facilitating her sacrilegious Holy Communion. Of course he stood firm and tried to prevent it (I say "tried to" because she committed it anyway by going to the Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, who was unaware of her status).
Then there's this erroneous notion of "love" that was bandied about at that meeting. They seem to confuse it with a blind passive acquiescence to any violation of God's laws regarding life and its generation. If God is love, how can blatant violations of His laws be countenanced "in the name of love" - except that such a notion of "love" be counterfeit?
Pray for all these people. They have been blinded by a myriad of devilish lies. And yes, please pray for her deceased parents as well.
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