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tradcatholicgirl

Member Since: June 08, 2012

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  • July 22, 2016 at 6:34am

    And there’s more:

    “….using lisence-plates reader technology….”

    Would that be license plates?

  • July 18, 2016 at 5:58am

    Classy.

    You lack critical thinking skills AND you are a boor.

    Life must be an uphill battle for you, huh?

  • July 16, 2016 at 7:16am

    jcraine,

    The fact that some people die despite fervent prayer …and some people live despite the lack of it ..does not imply there is no God.

    Perhaps the Love of God cannot fit into your very human expectation of It?

    The Grace of God is not going to fit into some kind of expectation of “fairness.” The joy and fulfillment He wants cannot fit into such a tiny expectation.

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  • [4] July 15, 2016 at 4:21pm

    All I did was copy and paste this list from someone who copied and pasted it from someone else…. and so on.

    Just keep sharing it.

  • [209] July 15, 2016 at 7:44am

    The “Shoe Bomber” was a Muslim.
    The Paris murderers were Muslims.
    The Beltway Snipers were Muslims.
    The Brussels terrorists were Muslims
    The Fort Hood shooter was a Muslim.
    The USS Cole bombers were Muslims.
    The Charlie Hebdo killers were Muslims
    The “Underwear Bomber” was a Muslim.
    The Baghdad car bomb attack. Muslims.
    The Madrid train bombers were Muslims.
    The Times Square bomber was a Muslim.
    The Bali nightclub bombers were Muslims.
    The Turkish Airport Attackers were Muslim.
    The London subway bombers were Muslims.
    The Nice Bastille Day Murders was a Muslim.
    The Moscow theater attackers were Muslims.
    The San Bernardino murderers were Muslims.
    The Orlando Night Club murderer was Muslim
    The Boston Marathon bombers were Muslims.
    The Iranian Embassy takeover was by Muslims.
    The Pan-Am Flight#93 bombers were Muslims
    The Pan-Am Flight#103 bombers were Muslims.
    The Air France Entebbe hijackers were Muslims.
    The Beirut US Embassy bombers were Muslims.
    The Libyan US Embassy attack was by a Muslim.
    The Buenos Aires suicide bombers were Muslims.
    The Kenyan US Embassy bombers were Muslims.
    The Israeli Olympic Team attackers were Muslims.
    The Saudi Khobar Towers bombers were Muslims.
    The Beirut Marine Barracks bombers were Muslims.
    The Beslan Russian school attackers were Muslims.
    The Achille Lauro cruise ship attackers were Muslims.
    The 1993 World Trade Center Bombers were Muslims.
    The Russian Airbus disaster was perpetrated by Muslims.
    The Bombay and Mumbai India attackers were Muslims.

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  • July 13, 2016 at 4:59pm

    CallGirlofCtulhu,

    The verified citations of what Sanger said, wrote, and believed are so numerous and come so many diverse, legitimate sources…that to negate them is just a form a stubborn blindness.

    Her belief system, which was shared by many…and integrated into a systemic institutionalized form ….is not a conspiracy theory.

  • [1] July 13, 2016 at 4:52pm

    The facts are painful sometimes. But what you post is absolutely true.

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  • July 12, 2016 at 6:27pm

    rippie,

    I totally get the point you are making. But some clarity of language , I think, is necessary here!

    Let’s be clear: Handguns are not responsible for the deaths. The human error of those persons handling the guns …bear the responsibility

    Nor is the Tylenol responsible for death. It is human error responsible for those poisonings….

    Just like the dressers…as you rightly pointed out…human error is responsible. Not the dresser design.

  • July 12, 2016 at 6:10pm

    thekuligs,

    I think Nate 1014 is saying the same thing you are.

  • July 12, 2016 at 5:37pm

    We had one dresser in our boys’ room that was bolted. Because boys– especially when toddlers – climb.

    We had some bookcases — admittedly IKEA -like crap — also BOLTED to the walls.

    Accidents happen. No matter how attentive and careful you are.

    On the other hand, one of my boys threw a NERF sword at the other and almost cut his eyebrow off. A Nerf sword…ya know??? Supposedly all foam and very safe. They were playing like boys play.

    Ya can’t wrap em in bubble wrap….

    …..but you can make them safer with very little effort– like bolting high furniture to the wall.

  • [1] July 9, 2016 at 8:49pm

    Two cannot constitute a trinity. Tri = three

    The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. All three are separate yet also God.
    That is the mystery of the Trinity.

  • July 9, 2016 at 8:40pm

    southerninfidel,

    As a Catholic who has been visiting this site for years, I can tell you that you are not the only one who gets flogged! We get beat up all the time around here.

    So I sympathize.

    However, after reading all the replies to your post, it does seem that several of us did explain quite explicitly why the consecrated host is denied you as a non Catholic.

    The denial is based on your beliefs. If you don’t believe the Eucharist truly IS our Lord Jesus, then the Church firmly believes you should not receive Him.

    But if you truly DO believe the consecrated host is our Lord, then what is stopping you from becoming Catholic, so you CAN receive Him?

  • July 9, 2016 at 7:14pm

    BillyHall,

    Points to you, I guess, for attempting to deflect my actual point by trying to paint me as an histrionic hormonal female.

    I think it would be more interesting, however, to have a theological debate based on informed opinions.

    But that’s just me.

    You never did reply to my main point. which is that the Gospels repeatedly point to Christ showing us that He loves the sinner, but despises the sin.

    What say you, BillyHall, to that? Have you read the Gospels?

    And you have yet to see me RANT.

  • [2] July 9, 2016 at 7:04pm

    Jonny,

    I guess it is difficult to hear so much negative nonsense .. not necessarily from you, but from all over this site…about the Catholic faith.

    So much of it has nothing to do with the reality of what we do and what we believe.

    Catholicism is Christ-centered and biblical, and we also have 7000 years Judeo-Christian tradition and typology that contributes to much of our doctrine.

    My question is this: why do non-Catholics care so much about what we do? I mean, no one is asking you to accept it. So what gives? Why all the hate?

  • [4] July 9, 2016 at 6:54pm

    Ultrasecularlib,

    Thanks for your courtesy and respectful words.

    I work with every denomination you can name..and there are wonderful Christians in all those groups. But in each group, there are also those who are close-minded and bigoted about other faiths.

    And then, of course, I know lots of atheists too! Among those, there are some who are critical thinkers who are well-informed and respect other’s viewpoints.

    Intelligence, sensitivity, and courtesy exist everywhere. Sometimes, especially on this site, open minded debate can be a rare thing.

  • July 8, 2016 at 4:27pm

    argyle,

    I know.

    Some women do have bleeding while pregnant, but it is amazing she didn’t feel any movement or pressure at all.

    Truly remarkable that she noted no changes physically. Like taut skin in the abdomen, etc.

    My entire belly moved from 30 weeks on.

  • [3] July 8, 2016 at 4:11pm

    Reading isn’t done necessarily to change one’s opinion, but rather to give the reader an INFORMED opinion.

    That difference often defines a person.

  • [2] July 8, 2016 at 9:05am

    HMichaelH,

    The last bastion of acceptable bigotry…Anti-Catholicism.

    You would probably never speak that way about the Jewish faith for fear of being called Anti-Semite, would you?

    You probably think of yourself as a polite, rational guy who would never be an open bigot ….or even rude to a person, unless they were out of line.

    By the way, if one chooses to be Catholic, then the Church does indeed have the “right to decree” who is worthily accepting or not. No one is forced to become (or remain) Catholic.

    Understanding that simple concept just takes critical thinking and common sense.

  • [-111] July 8, 2016 at 8:52am

    The last bastion of acceptable bigotry – – - Anti-Catholicism.

    You are so clever……so funny. But a bigot nontheless.

    When I last exhorted you to open your mind and do a little reading, I was wasting my breath, huh?

  • [9] July 8, 2016 at 8:47am

    I don’t know why East got so many thumbs down.
    That is not his opinion, it’s Catholicism 101. Canonically, he is correct!

    To receive worthily, you need true repentance with confession…or you abstain from sinning.

    And he is right — either love it or leave it.
    And if you are not Catholic, what difference does it make to you?

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