Speak out, Catholics

Speak out, Catholics

There are 69 comments on the Vallejo Times-Herald story from Jul 5, 2012, titled Speak out, Catholics. In it, Vallejo Times-Herald reports that:

I am disturbed to learn that the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is attempting to mobilize Catholics for a "Fortnight for Freedom" to prevent the HHS mandate in the Affordable Care Act.

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SHYKORA ARTs paul

Calgary, Canada

#23 Sep 15, 2012
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SHYKORA ARTs paul

Calgary, Canada

#24 Sep 15, 2012
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SHYKORA ARTs paul

Calgary, Canada

#25 Sep 15, 2012
...and ..I's GIVE some $$$..to the Catholic NUN's..WORK's,too....
Catholic Girl

United States

#26 Sep 18, 2012
Paul, good way to keep them on their toes.

“The Black Mermaid”

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#27 Sep 18, 2012
Catholic Girl wrote:
Paul, good way to keep them on their toes.
I always loved the way nuns dressed - the old-fashioned habits, which were no doubt terribly uncomfortable. I never cared about dolls as a kid (I was a tomboy) but in my old age I collect dolls. My husband bought me two nun dolls (one white habit, one black) from a place online called Blessing's. They have habits from every single order. Expensive but beautiful! If you're interested, just google Blessing's nun dolls. You'll be amazed. I have them in my curio cabinet with some other dolls; they look gorgeous.

“The Black Mermaid”

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#28 Sep 18, 2012
Oh Catholic Girl, if you want me to stop talking to you as Paul wishes, just tell me, okay?
Catholic Girl

United States

#29 Sep 18, 2012
Sherlayne wrote:
Oh Catholic Girl, if you want me to stop talking to you as Paul wishes, just tell me, okay?
Why? I enjoy your company. Why let one mere mortal get you down? Your stronger than that. You have your guardian angel for protection, he's sitting on your shoulder right now. Ask him for protection against the wicked.
From what I've read of your posts lately, seems like you maybe seeing some of that light and comfort.
Place your trust in God. Say a Hail Mary when things get you down or have the feeling of strangling someone, i find this helps me get through.
These blogs, take everything with a grain of salt (old saying). Problem with readingand writing of emails, blogs is you don't get the advantage of seeing the body language or facial expressions.
I hope you feel better soon. Perhaps a few minutes sitting in the sunshine and clearing your mind will help as it helps me.
Catholic Girl

United States

#30 Sep 18, 2012
Sherlayne wrote:
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I always loved the way nuns dressed - the old-fashioned habits, which were no doubt terribly uncomfortable. I never cared about dolls as a kid (I was a tomboy) but in my old age I collect dolls. My husband bought me two nun dolls (one white habit, one black) from a place online called Blessing's. They have habits from every single order. Expensive but beautiful! If you're interested, just google Blessing's nun dolls. You'll be amazed. I have them in my curio cabinet with some other dolls; they look gorgeous.
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The nuns, our order were dominicans, their habits didn't fit flush to head, often wondered while sitting in class looking at these women if they drove a car. doesn't seem possible since they wouldn't be able to see 90 degree radius. silly thoughts are they not? Also wondered what was on underneith of garments.
got to love and respect those nuns. thanks for info. on dolls. also a tomboy but enjoyed playing with dolls also Still have some dolls from childhood, tiny tears still around but her foot has desingrated some. my fault for not placing her in a sealed plastic bag with a oil cloth. I can picture the nun doll i had as child, can't remember what happened to her. My parents have passed on and we cleaned house out. Hopefully she went to a good home. There's a website blessings something for the seagrass baskets from africa. Beautiful baskets and quite functional. Got one from Home Goods store in area a few yrs back. use to carry saurkrauk & sausage to brothers house for holidays. well last yr. I found his cat sitting inside basket, i though sleeping which was fine. Next time I went to use that basket, sydney wasn't sleeping he was chewing on handle of basket. that darn cat... basket still functional but weary of carrying wgt. I will purchase another basket when this one breaks. Seen tv add for these baskets at home good store again.

perhaps we could be email pals. I'll set up a address and let you know girlfriend.
Catholic Girl

United States

#31 Sep 18, 2012
Sherlayne: if you'd like to communicate off this blog. [email protected]
SHYKORA ARTs paul

Calgary, Canada

#32 Sep 18, 2012
...are the white-witches...nicer...??...e h..
Catholic Girl

United States

#33 Sep 19, 2012
Glenda the good/nice witch from Wizard of Oz. was nice to Dorothy.:)
cowboys were white hats, these are the good guys, guess they are nice also
so yes, the white witches must be nicer.

“The Black Mermaid”

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#34 Sep 19, 2012
Catholic Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
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The nuns, our order were dominicans, their habits didn't fit flush to head, often wondered while sitting in class looking at these women if they drove a car. doesn't seem possible since they wouldn't be able to see 90 degree radius. silly thoughts are they not? Also wondered what was on underneith of garments.
got to love and respect those nuns. thanks for info. on dolls. also a tomboy but enjoyed playing with dolls also Still have some dolls from childhood, tiny tears still around but her foot has desingrated some. my fault for not placing her in a sealed plastic bag with a oil cloth. I can picture the nun doll i had as child, can't remember what happened to her. My parents have passed on and we cleaned house out. Hopefully she went to a good home. There's a website blessings something for the seagrass baskets from africa. Beautiful baskets and quite functional. Got one from Home Goods store in area a few yrs back. use to carry saurkrauk & sausage to brothers house for holidays. well last yr. I found his cat sitting inside basket, i though sleeping which was fine. Next time I went to use that basket, sydney wasn't sleeping he was chewing on handle of basket. that darn cat... basket still functional but weary of carrying wgt. I will purchase another basket when this one breaks. Seen tv add for these baskets at home good store again.
perhaps we could be email pals. I'll set up a address and let you know girlfriend.
Emailing each other would bring me much joy. You and Pax are more help to me than you'll ever truly know. You have a unique way of restoring FAITH in me! And that's almost a miracle :)

Thanks for your charitable attitude.

“The Black Mermaid”

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#35 Sep 19, 2012
Catholic Girl wrote:
Sherlayne: if you'd like to communicate off this blog. [email protected]
Thanks - I'll respond to that very soon. Might take me a couple of days, but I promise you'll hear from me :)
Catholic Girl

United States

#36 Sep 19, 2012
Looking forward to our meeting of the minds.

“The Black Mermaid”

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#37 Sep 19, 2012
Catholic Girl wrote:
Looking forward to our meeting of the minds.
I'll love it! I really enjoy the "food for thought" you provoke in such a positive way!
SHYKORA ARTs paul

Calgary, Canada

#38 Sep 19, 2012
Catholic Girl wrote:
Glenda the good/nice witch from Wizard of Oz. was nice to Dorothy.:)
cowboys were white hats, these are the good guys, guess they are nice also
so yes, the white witches must be nicer.
...YES....dHey call me ....The Eccentric Wizard....
Catholic Girl

United States

#39 Sep 20, 2012
SHYKORA ARTs paul wrote:
<quoted text>...YES....dHey call me ....The Eccentric Wizard....
Oh Eccentric Wizard, are you able to cast spells. could use of few sprinkles of fairy dust.:)

“The Black Mermaid”

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#40 Sep 20, 2012
Catholic Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh Eccentric Wizard, are you able to cast spells. could use of few sprinkles of fairy dust.:)
LOL - cute one, Catholic Girl. I love a sense of humor.

Now, Paul will claim I'm making this up, but God forbid I should fib about something like this - yesterday I had a minor car accident - nobody got hurt, thank God!- but I totaled our car and we can't afford to get another - I feel so upset. They took me to ER, CT scan was fine, thank you God again! It was my fault - I rear-ended the truck in front of me. The guy was not hurt either and was very kind to me - I couldn't stop crying. Now I can't even get to the store to get my diet Coke! Horrors! Well, it could have been a lot worse. My husband is being an angel about it but I know he's upset, too. Actually, a neighbor is taking me to the store later.

I hope you're doing well; you're a ray of sunshine around here! As for me, I'm so mad at myself!!
Catholic Girl

United States

#41 Sep 20, 2012
Trying relying on your guardian angel alittle more. The same thing almost happened to me last week. Something told me to stop, hit brakes. I did, car zips by right in front of me. I didn't see him, I looked down road before pulling out and didn't see him. Whoosh, it would have been my fault. it actually felt like someone took hold of my car to stop me. had to look in rear view mirror.
Glad to hear not hurt.You probably ache today. A nice warm soaking bath should take care of that. A little bubble bath, candles, husband serving you glass of wine/champagne while in tub. sounds nice. go girl!
I cry when I get scared like that also. Nice to have husbands shoulder to cry on.
Another car will find it's way to you. so for now i guess it's a bicycle and water to drink. your neighbors are so kind to you. so dust yourself off and keep chugging along.
SHYKORA ARTs paul

Calgary, Canada

#42 Sep 20, 2012
Catholic Girl wrote:
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Oh Eccentric Wizard, are you able to cast spells. could use of few sprinkles of fairy dust.:)
...yes...YETH....eh..

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