Wednesday, November 05, 2008

One piece of good news

Congrats to the righteous of Californica, who rose up and told activist homosexualists and judges to take a hike (again!) by supporting Proposition 8. Maybe there is hope for the Golden State after all.

Naturally, since said homosexualists can't win at the ballot box, they're going back to their allies in the courts. So much for the will of the people.


justme said...

I stumbled across your blog and have been entertained and enlightened ever since. I was wondering what happened to LOG? I mean, what are the details of it's break-up? Do you know? I still ocasionally try to figure out what effect being in that community had on me, if any. I think I felt a sense of never fitting in- which in my mind was the same as being rejected by God in some small way. BTW I hope the Sean you mentioned in June isn't my brother. Is it? You and LC are awesome- God bless! Sheila

Cygnus said...

Hi, Sheila! Regards from the Truckee Meadows.

No, that wasn't your brother; he doesn't look like John McEnroe, does he? Also, I haven't seen Sean or Karen in eons. That was another buddy of mine named Sean. He's still trying to walk.

I left LOG in December 1991, so I don't know much about what happened after that except that Cardinal Keeler released us from the covenant to LOG in 1994. I and some other former members had exit counseling with Doris Quelet of the Cult Awareness Network through 1993 and 1994.

But as I mentioned elsewhere on this blog (just do a search on "Lamb of God" or "covenant community" on my blog in the space at the top), I think LOG ironically achieved its goal of being a "light to the churches" as former members became active and productive members in their parishes, something that they couldn't have done with all the demands of LOG that came first.

I'll have much more to say on LOG; stay tuned! Thanks for stopping by!

Marilena said...

well, tie up the courts, and spend more of the tax payers money why don't they? good grief!

Joe of St. Thérèse said...

We're not sinking JUST yet, out here in Ca. It's funny notice how they act when their prop didn't pass, and how we're acting because McCain didn't get elected president.