Mexican celebration rooted in Christi...

Mexican celebration rooted in Christianity

There are 3 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Feb 2, 2009, titled Mexican celebration rooted in Christianity. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

At Kosmala boutique in west suburban Villa Park , shoppers are lining up to buy frilly gowns so their babies will look their best for a special mass Monday.

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mary

Evanston, IL

#1 Feb 2, 2009
All Christian holidays are rooted in paganism.
Reality

Glen Ellyn, IL

#2 Feb 2, 2009
mary wrote:
All Christian holidays are rooted in paganism.
How profound (sarcasm). Especially since paganism precluded Christianity. If you are attempting to rile Christians you failed since we all acknowledge this.

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The Mountain Empire

#3 Feb 2, 2009
Reality wrote:
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How profound (sarcasm). Especially since paganism precluded Christianity. If you are attempting to rile Christians you failed since we all acknowledge this.
Not all Christians are aware of this. How could one continue preforming pagan rituals claiming they follow Jesus, the Jew....

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