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#147
Feb 28, 2013
 
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with your reply....we are 100% aligned.
I just wish more of the Country shared our belief.
I believe that God will judge you.
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I believe that God will judge you.
I know you will be judged as well.

hope you like it hot!

you voted to murder babies, not me. Argue fetus with God.
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LOL!
"Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world, have mercy on us..."
This is an absolute prayer said in unison in EVERY Catholic Church.I
I spent most of my childhood as an alter boy and studying religion in Catholic school...I also attended a Catholic university...Which gives me well over 20 years of religion classes...I've served with Monsignors and Bishops.
What about your credentials?
religion or catholicism? Catholicism is only one religion...
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Right...
I held the Crucifix.
I highly doubt you were an altar boy.
Only the more advanced kids were chosen for such a task.
We had mass on Friday and we had to miss the first half of school.
All Parochial schools were like that in New York.
Are you now claiming you did that as well?
How is your Latin? If you are what you claim, you should know how to say "Christ have mercy, Lord have mercy" in Latin..You should have heard that through the whole mass a thousand times.
Go in peace, to love and serve The Lord, my son.
sigh..

Matthew 10:20 explicitly says "For it is not ye that speak, but the Spirit of your Father which speaketh in you."

The meaning, of course, refers to the Holy Spirit as in Mark 13:11 which notes, "but when they shall lead you, and deliver you up, take no thought beforehand what ye shall speak, neither do you premeditate; but whatsoever shall be given you in that hour, that speak ye; for it is not ye that speak, but the Holy Ghost (Spirit)."

Jesus was a vessel for the holey spirit created by God to deliver his word. Jesus, the holy spirit, and god are one in the same. Without the holy spirit, we only have a man created by god.

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#152
Mar 1, 2013
 
my god talks to me too......

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#153
Mar 2, 2013
 
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>Doubt all you want, kid. I was doing it when the surplices were made of silk.
Are you telling us that your parish celebrated the Tridentine Mass?
Because I find that hard to believe in Queens. The Boston archdiocese at the time had no Tridentine masses, hence we never heard Latin in our parish.
As for your Friday claim, you mean the first Friday of the month, not every Friday. And there was no missing "half" the school day. Mass was at 9:00 and the servers were out of class from 8:45-9:45. The servers were on a regular rotating schedule; it didn't matter what your class ranking was.
I think you're full of sh!t, boy.
Every Friday in my school, was mass...No religion classes on Fridays because of mass.

That's apart of going to Catholic school, liar.

We had no rotating schedule, because all students could not keep up with the demand of school work and serving mass. It was a privilege not a requirement.

You are still full of shit, my son.

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#154
Mar 2, 2013
 
Reality Speaks wrote:
<quoted text>with your reply....we are 100% aligned.

I just wish more of the Country shared our belief.
Agreed.

From my teachings, that's the way I interpret it.
It's been working so far.

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#155
Mar 2, 2013
 
d-pants wrote:
<quoted text>religion or catholicism? Catholicism is only one religion...
I don't really align myself with any organized religion these days.

I'm a grown man and can read and interpret the Bible on my on accord. I can pray to God in my living room. I don't need to tithe to some preacher so he can buy another Mercedes Benz with my money...Most are wolves in sheep's clothing.

If God wants my money, He knows where I live. As for now, I take care of my family, honor my mother and father and do unto others...

God grades on a curve...Well, at least I hope so.

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#156
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Adif understanding wrote:
<quoted text>sigh..

Matthew 10:20 explicitly says "For it is not ye that speak, but the Spirit of your Father which speaketh in you."

The meaning, of course, refers to the Holy Spirit as in Mark 13:11 which notes, "but when they shall lead you, and deliver you up, take no thought beforehand what ye shall speak, neither do you premeditate; but whatsoever shall be given you in that hour, that speak ye; for it is not ye that speak, but the Holy Ghost (Spirit)."

Jesus was a vessel for the holey spirit created by God to deliver his word. Jesus, the holy spirit, and god are one in the same. Without the holy spirit, we only have a man created by god.
No need to google scriptures to make yourself look like a TV evangelist. I know the Books pretty well.

I will stick with my interpretation, you stick to yours.

The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit form the Holy Trinity, period.

That's why it's called THE TRINITY meaning three parts. The prefix "TRI" means three as in three different parts.

Don't try to out think me, son...You're going to hurt yourself.

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#157
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Every Friday in my school, was mass...No religion classes on Fridays because of mass.
That's apart of going to Catholic school, liar.
We had no rotating schedule, because all students could not keep up with the demand of school work and serving mass. It was a privilege not a requirement.
You are still full of shit, my son.
It occurs to me that different schools, while all Catholic, might have different customs regarding Friday Mass.

I knew a Catholic School where it appeared that they pulled in classes when a funeral service was scheduled and it looked like mourners were in short supply.

I would imagine that Parishes differ in lots of ways.

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I don't really align myself with any organized religion these days.
I'm a grown man and can read and interpret the Bible on my on accord. I can pray to God in my living room. I don't need to tithe to some preacher so he can buy another Mercedes Benz with my money...Most are wolves in sheep's clothing.
If God wants my money, He knows where I live. As for now, I take care of my family, honor my mother and father and do unto others...
God grades on a curve...Well, at least I hope so.
You know, I tend to be pretty religiously tolerant. But I still gotta call BS when I see BS.

Not every preacher is a wolf in sheep's clothing, and probably far from it. For every mega-church with a well-to-do pastor living on tithes there are probably a hundred or more where the pastor hasn't had a raise in five years because the congregation cannot figure out how to pay the gas bill.

God doesn't want your money--but he does want you to use what you are given in wise and responsible ways, which includes caring for those who lack resources. These things, not to mention prayer and study, are easier in the company of others.

Have some fun on some Sundays--go visit some churches and see how they feel.

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Every Friday in my school, was mass...No religion classes on Fridays because of mass.
That's apart of going to Catholic school, liar.
We had no rotating schedule, because all students could not keep up with the demand of school work and serving mass. It was a privilege not a requirement.
You are still full of shit, my son.
You are the liar, racist. In my parish it went down exactly the way I described it. Perhaps your system was in place because you were a school full of lazy, underachieving inner city hood rats who struggled to add two and two. No doubt all the chalices and monstrances kept in your church's sacristy were protected by multiple padlocks.

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It occurs to me that different schools, while all Catholic, might have different customs regarding Friday Mass.
I knew a Catholic School where it appeared that they pulled in classes when a funeral service was scheduled and it looked like mourners were in short supply.
I would imagine that Parishes differ in lots of ways.
Spot on. Our parish did exactly that when I was in school.

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Black Rhino wrote:
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I don't really align myself with any organized religion these days.
I'm a grown man and can read and interpret the Bible on my on accord. I can pray to God in my living room. I don't need to tithe to some preacher so he can buy another Mercedes Benz with my money...Most are wolves in sheep's clothing.
If God wants my money, He knows where I live. As for now, I take care of my family, honor my mother and father and do unto others...
God grades on a curve...Well, at least I hope so.
"...and do unto others..." Either your lies never end, or you deserve everything you get thrown back at you, racist.

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#162
Mar 2, 2013
 
FKA Reader wrote:
<quoted text>It occurs to me that different schools, while all Catholic, might have different customs regarding Friday Mass.

I knew a Catholic School where it appeared that they pulled in classes when a funeral service was scheduled and it looked like mourners were in short supply.

I would imagine that Parishes differ in lots of ways.
I imagine they do...

In my district, that's how we did it. That would be 4 Catholic schools. My cousin went to Catholic school in Charleston, South Carolina and both Catholic schools in his district followed the same rules as mine for mass for students on Fridays.
So with all the Catholic schools that I know of in different states follow the same church going curriculum.

Coincidence or rule of thumb?
Just my observation.

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<quoted text>You know, I tend to be pretty religiously tolerant. But I still gotta call BS when I see BS.

Not every preacher is a wolf in sheep's clothing, and probably far from it. For every mega-church with a well-to-do pastor living on tithes there are probably a hundred or more where the pastor hasn't had a raise in five years because the congregation cannot figure out how to pay the gas bill.

God doesn't want your money--but he does want you to use what you are given in wise and responsible ways, which includes caring for those who lack resources. These things, not to mention prayer and study, are easier in the company of others.

Have some fun on some Sundays--go visit some churches and see how they feel.
Then you are free to call bullshit if you'd like, little care I. When the church protects individuals for molesting children, I have a problem. When a church is used as a night club to meet women or land a man, it ceases to be a place of worship and is nothing more than a business. If you attend church with God in your heart then continue to do so, but your opinion is just that, YOUR opinion. I will keep mine.

I said most preachers, not all. Reading is fundamental.

How do you know what God wants? Does he tell you what he wants?
I'm weary of you people who claim to know what God wants...I don't wait until Sunday to praise God for my blessings, I do that daily.

You are free to wait for your preacher to tell you what to do as you pay for his gas and mortgage.

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#164
Mar 2, 2013
 
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>You are the liar, racist. In my parish it went down exactly the way I described it. Perhaps your system was in place because you were a school full of lazy, underachieving inner city hood rats who struggled to add two and two. No doubt all the chalices and monstrances kept in your church's sacristy were protected by multiple padlocks.
Do you do anything else besides bytch and whine?

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Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>"...and do unto others..." Either your lies never end, or you deserve everything you get thrown back at you, racist.
Yet you can't dispute anything I've said...

See how that works?

You really need to grow a pair and stop crying.

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Then you are free to call bullshit if you'd like, little care I. When the church protects individuals for molesting children, I have a problem. When a church is used as a night club to meet women or land a man, it ceases to be a place of worship and is nothing more than a business. If you attend church with God in your heart then continue to do so, but your opinion is just that, YOUR opinion. I will keep mine.
I said most preachers, not all. Reading is fundamental.
How do you know what God wants? Does he tell you what he wants?
I'm weary of you people who claim to know what God wants...I don't wait until Sunday to praise God for my blessings, I do that daily.
You are free to wait for your preacher to tell you what to do as you pay for his gas and mortgage.
Most preachers, most churches--yes, I disagree, although SOME are as you say.

Beyond that, you certainly don't need any advice from me. Take it up with God in prayer.

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Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>Spot on. Our parish did exactly that when I was in school.
Totally don't understand your need to wage war on someone whose experience was different.

Truly ugly.

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