Well, I could name a few places in Colorado...you know how those "roach coaches" they call them, that go to places of business selling sandwiches...but yours are like the ones' in Colorado called "the taco taxi-man" or "tamale molly".
Holy Cannoli, Venerable brother, to whom shares the true wisdom of the Catholic Truth in Her teachings. While there are those who close their ears to the truth, you have time and time again given proof of true Catholic doctrine and Holy Mother Church's teachings...keep up the good work dear brother in Christ, and may we pray for those who have ears but do not hear, eyes, but do not see. Peace to you.
Greetings and grace from an ordinary sinner but surrounded by self-described miserable sinners (I would add, miserable human beings as well) who have arrived on this thread.
Interesting isn't it that the pompous, sanctimonious pretenders to the faith arrive on this thread, not to substantively discuss the topics in the news of the day, but rather to cast aspersions on other members of Gloria.tv?
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HC...He hasn't read what Our Lord told St. Catherine of Sienna about the perversion of homosexuals either... Some people are just looking to argue...and of course if their homosexual, he'll say anything to defend such perversion. (as if he could)
Jesus said nothing about infanticide but that doesn't mean that abortion is not intrinsically evil as are homosexual perversions. Catholics ought to know this but some individuals (at least some posers who claim to be Catholic) obviously do not.
The Catholic Church teaches that while homosexuality is not sinful, homosexual acts are. It opposes gay marriage and, in October, a leading Vatican official called homosexuality "a deviation, an irregularity, a wound."
"Shot and strung up" would be redundant, but "over-killing" is not without precedent. Many of the English Catholic martyrs endured the dreadful and revolting torture of being "hanged, drawn and quartered." Fr. Finnegan refers to a classic book by Adrian Fortescue, "The Ceremonies of the Roman Rite Described." But Fortescue is silent on the question of what to wear to a hanging.
There is nothing to be "proud" of in the sense that it has been defined for 1000s of years.
One definition of pride in the first sense comes from St. Augustine: "the love of one's own excellence". In this sense, the opposite of pride is either humility or guilt; the latter in particular being a sense of one's own failure in contrast to Augustine's notion of excellence.
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Gays have taken an other wise abominable and disgraceful act and want to make it something to be proud of. In addition Gays have been harrasing Christians , Descerating Chrurches and other religious spots because of the failure of proposition 8 and Gay marriage they have escalated violence and hatred towads Christians and those not supporting their life style and sexual preference.
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I can think of many heterosexuals who have killed priests; but I cannot recall one incident of a homosexual killing a priest. Homosexuals have been known to kill their lovers; such as former Italian commando Michele de Marco Lupo who first tortured, then killed his gay lovers in a particularly brutal and sadistic manner. Don’t be taken in by cultural stereotypes that all homosexuals are limp-wristed guys. Many homosexuals are full blooded males, and are anything but “girly men”, and have … [More]
Being both shot and strung up is not without precedent. In the last days of WW-II, Mussalini was executed by machine gun, then his and his mistress' body were hung in the streets of Rome for everyone to come and kick or spit on it. You could tell he was not a very popular guy among the Italians.
The girly-men are making an historical allusion directed at Fr TimFinigan. Fr. attempted to deflect the threat with humor. However, there is nothing humorous about a death threat and I would encourage …[More]