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Matthew Schmitz 25 Jul 18
Replying to @matthewschmitz
Here is Matthew Cullinan Hoffman’s note on this quotation, from his translation of St. Peter Damian’s Liber Gomorrhianus.
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diogenes 23 Jul 18
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Do you have a source for that? I've seen a nearly verbatim quote sourced to St. Peter Damian's letters.
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Matthew Schmitz 23 Jul 18
Replying to @diogenes323bc
I found it through St. Peter Damian. His source is Burchard’s Decretum.
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Michael F. Bird 23 Jul 18
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Source?
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Ian Wragg 23 Jul 18
I would be interested in the reference too.
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Rod Dreher 23 Jul 18
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They were Christian men back then.
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Pamela Atkinson 23 Jul 18
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This recognizes the egregious nature of the sin of sodomy, the defilement of the priesthood, and the abuse of authority, trust and power. The current climate just does not admit the abomination of this sin and it's destructive fruit.
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Charles Featherstone 23 Jul 18
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Which means it was a problem even then. Because things human never change.
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❤ Former Embryo 4 LIFE 🤰🤱❤🙏 24 Jul 18
There are no new sins.
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