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  2. Hello, I came across your blog thanks to the BIS community. I really loved it and decided to read what other things you like to write about. With that said, I find it refreshing how honest you are about your divorce. I'm sure it there are days harder than some. But it is so admirable. I had some questions I wanted to ask but just blanked out right now. 😒when I do remember I'll message you. God bless Patty

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  3. Hi, you actually have a link to a porn site that someone added in a comment under your article on the negative effects of porn. Perhaps it was put there by a "bot." Just FYI, Dennis

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  4. Hi Patty,

    I was reading your post about annulment at Catholic Match, "Why an Annulment Is Not a 'Catholic Divorce'.” With the non-profit organization, Mary's Advocates, I work to reduce unilateral no-fault divorce and support those who are unjustly abandoned. With no-fault divorce the determination of obligations of parties toward each other and their children disregards the serious commitments parties "said" they were making at the time of consent.

    Would you share your e-mail address, so I could correspond with you more and include embedded links to info on our website.

    Sincerely Yours in Christ,

    Bai Macfarlane
    Director Mary's Advocates

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  5. Hi Patty, I saw your article << https://www.catholicmatch.com/institute/2019/08/divorced-catholics-yes-you-really-need-that-annulment/ >> started with this, "First of all, I want to you to know regardless of the situation after your divorce (civilly remarried, dating, or annulled) I am not here to judge or shame you."

    Did you know that our own Code of Canon Law requires that no one is supposed to file for divorce without first BEING JUDGED BY THE CHURCH. Every time a divorce occurs, one or both spouses are reneging on the marriage promises - which is very serious. We can't rely on the government secular courts to decide the obligations of Mom and Dad toward each other and the children.

    In a lot of divorce cases, the Defendant has done nothing grave to justify separation and the no-fault divorce courts don't care. Please rethink about how you write about divorce.

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