What would you prefer? You can either eat with those 2 at some sleazy cantena that smells of cerveza and unwashed human bodies or you could enjoy a fine Italian meal with me. You will be serenaded by strolling mandolins, white tablecloths, magnificent frescoes on the wall, and impeccable service. All of which will be followed by a very fresh cannoli guaranteed to put a smile on your face and a song in your heart.
The subject of this and all other threads ought to be the video that was uploaded. If you can learn just one thing today, it should be that. If you are unable to comprehend that 'mystery', perhaps you and Gregory should simply go out for a guinness and a taco.
I don't know about that but you are “chief” of something.
Look, this is not complicated. The issue I spoke about dealt with a man, a priest, who delivered a message which could have been delivered more effectively. That's it and nothing more. We don't need Aquinas, Augustine, any other Doctor of the Church or whoever else you want to drag into this to discuss hand fidgeting. Common sense is perfectly sufficient but (this is the important point) it is now up to YOU … [Altro]
Nice sentiments which have nothing to do with Father Nay's hand fidgeting. Use some common sense, if you can, and evalutate what you actually see not what you want to see nor should you comment in order to gain favor with others. You've been given an intellect (limited though it may be). Try using it objectively
In addition, your repeated attempts to be the "holiest person in the room" by posting without attribution is a sign of egotism and is certainly not indicative of "perfect … [Altro]
What in the world could you possibly know about “perfect virtue” when you cannot or you are unwilling to recognize obvious imperfections. There are only TWO who walked the earth who were of “perfect virtue” and one of them was GOD.
You need to read more theology and post less. All that glitters is NOT gold.
This was a good message and well presented. Hand gestures, when appropriate, can assist in making an effective presentation. However, perhaps you could reduce the hand fidgeting that took place during the second half of the sermon. Although not serious, it is unnecessary and a distraction.