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Welcome to Fr. Peter Dugandzic's Blog. I am a Roman Catholic Priest of the Diocese of Rockville Centre, New York. Please note that while I try my best to always present Church Teaching, everything posted in this blog is the personal opinion of the author and not the official position of any parish with which I am affiliated or the Diocese of Rockville Centre.
Fr. Peter Dugandzic

'Tis the Season... To Attack the Church

The atheists are at it again and the levels of illogic in this scheme are astounding... and yet so many people believe this group is on to something. Click here to see a news report on their most recent ad campaign .  The real problem is not the atheists, but Catholics and other Christians who are not willing to defend Our Lord and the Church from such attacks by reforming their own lives . The...
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Dazed and Confused

Now that some time has passed since the end of the Extraordinary Synod on the Family, I must admit that I am still somewhat perplexed by what happened, and how the Church’s public image panned out before, during, and after it. The topics discussed were, in my mind, all pretty much settled issues with regard to Church Teaching. That does not mean that people’s lives are settled or lived totally in line with that Teaching,...
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Damage Control?

It appears that those entrusted with damage control in the Roman Catholic Church do not recognize just how bad the damage is today. To make matters worse, they do not appreciate the power of modern Media, or its ability to manipulate the collective thoughts of a large number of people. It is bad enough that we have to deal with linguistic barriers in the Church, but to add insult to injury the representatives of the...
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Transparent?

It is interesting how the transparency of the current synod on the Family has led to wild conclusions across the board, as if this particular synod had authority and power greater than Jesus HImself. Unlike previous synods, this one has allowed the internal discussions and publications to be available to the public. In this regard, Pope Francis obviously enjoys being more transparent, as can be seen in the many interviews he has granted. There is...
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