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Jennifer Fitz
 
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Marriage is where priests come from. It is normal and natural that priests would, in turn, have something to give back.
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We don’t have to settle for the survivor’s option. We can open ourselves up to the Redeemer’s Option.
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When you love your crucifixion so much you refuse your resurrection, you just end up rotten and stinking and lying in a hole.
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Price gouging is the act of choosing to profit off someone else’s life-and-death desperation rather than to show generosity.
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Humanae Vitae is right and the world is wrong. So may I advise you not to ask such questions?
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Every culture has its blind spots: Moral failings we are not only unwilling to see, but that we are virtually unable to see.
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What will the next edition of The Catechism likely have to say about the use of artificial wombs?
Jennifer Fitz

Jennifer Fitz is the author of Classroom Management for Catechists from Liguori Publications, and a contributor to numerous Catholic books, magazines, and online publications.  Find her online at JenniferFitz.com.