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I have not seen a book with the perspective on issues that are active today and have traversed the centuries, that The Flying Scroll presents. The message makes us 'one' with God; every human being is equal in our eyes, too, equal in a tangible, livable, pleasing to God perspective.. You will find solace here, whether you are angry with the Roman Catholic Church for their inept reaction to their priests abusing children, their refusal to acknowledge that mandatory celibate vocations does have a relationship to their sexual sins, or their excommunication of priests who marry but, not pedophile priests. If you are feeling guilty because you are a priest who married, or you married outside your family's preference, these pages will ease your guilt. You will discover the fate of a rejected 'love' of a Roman Catholic priest. She didn't disappear, as usual. This account connects the dots between all of the above and more. 'Truth' is refreshing; the words on the pages of The Flying Scroll, to the sentinent observer, are refreshing and build HOPE that tomorrow's children may have more freedom to be 'who' and how God made them than the children of yesterday or today.

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Published December 14, 2004 by AuthorHouse. 172 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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