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    1. Greetings:
      It’s great to hear from you!
      Thank you for taking the time to comment. Compliments like yours can make it hard to remain a humble servant to you and God; but life isn’t necessarily easy :). Seriously though, it really helps me to know that my site is being appreciated.

      There are many ways that I assist people by teaching and coaching. And now, when I’m writing, and specifically when blogging, it’s hard to know for sure when people are gaining value from my posts because I don’t have the benefit of the personal contact that I so much enjoy while I’m guiding them towards achievement of their educational, spiritual, and relationship goals.

      So, I would be ever so grateful if you could point out anything specific that helped you or was something you learned as a result of my site content. Are you a student or just searching for ways to answer some life questions? In appreciation for receiving additional feedback from you, I’d be glad to try to address any question or topic that you’d like to see covered.

      Thank you again for visiting, commenting and complimenting.
      Many blessings!
      Joe Trainor, Servant and Founder
      RelationshipDomain.com

    2. Greetings:
      Thank you for taking the time to comment. Also, please thank your brother for referring my site to you. I’m always happy to know that my site helps. That’s what I’m all about—helping people.

      There are many ways that I assist people by teaching and coaching. And now, when I’m writing, and specifically when blogging, it’s hard to know for sure when people are gaining value from my posts because I don’t have the benefit of the personal contact that I so much enjoy while I’m guiding them towards achievement of their educational, spiritual, and relationship goals.

      So, I would be ever so grateful if you could point out anything specific that helped you or was something you learned as a result of my site content. Are you a student or just searching for ways to answer some life questions? In appreciation for receiving additional feedback from you, I’d be glad to try to address any question or topic that you’d like to see covered in a future post.

      Thank you again for visiting and commenting.
      Many blessings!
      Joe Trainor, Servant and Founder
      RelationshipDomain.com

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    1. I really appreciate your kind remarks.

      I hope to lead people to consider truths that are often overlooked or denied even by well meaning people including so-called theologians, bible experts and preachers. I’m doing my small part to inform and correct error and misconception by continuing to pass on the Christian truths that have been handed down to me. These truths were taught to me according to the tradition that has been in place for nearly 2000 years. Study of Church history and reflection on the Bible assures me that this is the same tradition that the Church, guided by the Holy Spirit, has always taught. Reason informs me that hundreds or even thousands of people, as well intentioned as some may be, cannot possibly be inspired by the same Holy Spirit while they are arriving at new or diverse theologies—unique propositions that not only were never part of the tradition but often contradict it.

      Therefore, they all cannot possibly be inspired by God. I don’t need to claim divine inspiration for my teaching long as my teaching conforms with what the Church has always taught. Consequently, I don’t need to worry if my writing is correct or inspired because as long as I’m faithful to the teachings—by default, it is both correct and inspired. By conforming to the 2000 year old teaching tradition of the Catholic Church, then it is not I, but the Church which Jesus founded on Peter, that asserts it’s authority to teach what is divinely given to the Apostles who agreed with it not just as individuals but as the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church.

      I don’t claim infallibility, nor do I need to do so because I’m not asserting anything new regarding faith and morals. I can make mistakes, but I try to remain faithful to the teaching magisterium of the Church. I’m just a messenger in an age in which, during the last 500 years since Martin Luther, many people have assumed the right to be their own god and their own keeper of the keys of the kingdom while falsely assuming that God will conform heaven and hell to human dictates.

      Hopefully, some Christians may be able to speak more confidently about their faith, have some of their questions resolved while we affirm the 2000 year old Tradition of the institution that was founded on Peter by Christ. Although Pope Francis and his his friends are allowing confusion–if not promulgating ideas that have never been part of our Tradition–the faithful need to remain steadfast and not be led astray. Furthermore, those who have left the Church, and those who may never have experienced the faith, need to be welcomed in for the sake of their salvation.

      So the challenge is to accompany people with the truth. I’ve been where many of them are, so I’m sensitive to their feelings and their particular states in life which can make it very difficult to accept some teachings. Hearing truth can cause resentment. But at the risk of being despised, I must pass on a faith that I have found to be abundant in graces, beautifully mysterious at times and yet always true. Thank you again for the compliment and for taking the time to encourage me. Many blessings, Joe Trainor

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    1. Thank you for your kind remarks. I’d like to inspire as many people as possible in my small way by continuing to pass on what I’ve received. Hopefully, Christians may be able to speak more confidently about their faith, have some of their questions resolved while we affirm the 2000 year old Tradition of the institution that was founded on Peter by Christ. Although Pope Francis and his his friends are allowing confusion–if not promulgating ideas that have never been part of our Tradition–the faithful need to remain steadfast and not be led astray. Furthermore, those who have left the tradition, and those who may not have experienced it need to be welcomed in for the sake of their salvation.

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    1. Greetings:
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      Many blessings,
      Joe Trainor

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    1. Greetings:

      Please forgive me for taking so long to get back to you. I’ve been away from my site and hadn’t been notified about comments as previously.

      Thank you for your kind words and for following the site. It wasn’t my original intention to include apologetics on this blog because so many authors have done a great and thorough job, and probably better than I have so far. But it seemed necessary in order to cover as many bases as possible and answer potential questions and avoid stumbling blocks.

      Unfortunately, the number of people who don’t like to read is increasing; and I type a lot!! I’ve been thinking about putting some videos on Youtube and linking back to my page. They would need to be highly focused and brief.

      I really appreciate your following me, so I had better get busy and provide fresh content. Do you have a particular area of concern or interest about which you would like to hear my take. If your response is personal, I won’t approve it nor publish it here in the comments but will respond privately to your email address.

      Blessings,
      Joe Trainor
      Joe@relationshipdomain.com
      joetrainor@ymail.com

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