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“Patsy once admired Ivana Trump on one of the episodes, and he somehow got to hear about this,” Lumley continues.

I've always loved today's Gospel when Jesus pretty much tells Peter to mind his own business. It is 'sweet at first and it ruins you, it ruins your soul! The second is defamation: When a person truly has a flaw, it is big, they tell it, 'like a journalist' ... And the third is the slander of saying things that are not true. All three - disinformation, defamation and slander - are sins! It is to slap Jesus in the person of his children, his brothers. These are the beautiful words of Jesus, it is so clear, that he has so much love for us. Today we ask the Lord Jesus to give us this grace not to ever get involved in the lives of others, not to become Christians of good manners and bad habits, it is to follow Jesus, to walk behind Jesus on his way. " - Vatican Radio I have made many mistakes on this blog... Lord, I am sorry, please forgive me, and undo the harm I have caused others. Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me a sinner.

I apply it to meddlesome types, usually as a sort of 'rebuke' for them to mind their own business. You take one and then another, and another, and another, and in the end you have a stomach ache. Rumours are destructive in the Church, they are destructive ... " "'This kind of talk will not do you any good, because it will just bring to the Church a spirit of destruction. As if to say: 'Don’t have fantasies, believing that salvation is in the comparisons with others or in gossip.

First, the "comparison", "to compare oneself with others." When there is this comparison, Pope Francis said, "we end up in bitterness and even envy, but envy rusts the Christian community, "it brings much hurt," the "devil wants that." The second mode of this temptation, he added, is gossip.

It begins "in an educated way," but then we end up “feeling bad”.

“Patsy once admired Ivana Trump on one of the episodes, and he somehow got to hear about this,” Lumley continues.

I've always loved today's Gospel when Jesus pretty much tells Peter to mind his own business. It is 'sweet at first and it ruins you, it ruins your soul! The second is defamation: When a person truly has a flaw, it is big, they tell it, 'like a journalist' ... And the third is the slander of saying things that are not true. All three - disinformation, defamation and slander - are sins! It is to slap Jesus in the person of his children, his brothers. These are the beautiful words of Jesus, it is so clear, that he has so much love for us. Today we ask the Lord Jesus to give us this grace not to ever get involved in the lives of others, not to become Christians of good manners and bad habits, it is to follow Jesus, to walk behind Jesus on his way. " - Vatican Radio I have made many mistakes on this blog... Lord, I am sorry, please forgive me, and undo the harm I have caused others. Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me a sinner.

I apply it to meddlesome types, usually as a sort of 'rebuke' for them to mind their own business. You take one and then another, and another, and another, and in the end you have a stomach ache. Rumours are destructive in the Church, they are destructive ... " "'This kind of talk will not do you any good, because it will just bring to the Church a spirit of destruction. As if to say: 'Don’t have fantasies, believing that salvation is in the comparisons with others or in gossip.

First, the "comparison", "to compare oneself with others." When there is this comparison, Pope Francis said, "we end up in bitterness and even envy, but envy rusts the Christian community, "it brings much hurt," the "devil wants that." The second mode of this temptation, he added, is gossip.

It begins "in an educated way," but then we end up “feeling bad”.

For there is no authority except from God, and those that exist have been instituted by God.