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Originally posted by jpm1602
With my research he and JP2 were in on icing JP1. Who was going to do a major house cleaning.
Originally posted by kosmicjack
What concerns me is WHY - with all that is going on in the world - does he feel this is so important to the big picture that he needs to clarify the church's position?
Does he know something we don't? Are a whole lot of people going to face death soon?
I'm Catholic and I'm just asking...
*sigh* i wish people would first reaserch alittle into the catholic faith before posting....
He isnt imposing "his" laws, he is advocating for what we were told by Jesus suicide is considered an injustice towards god, as he has given us the gift of life, we shouldnt squander this gift
life has become too cheap in this day and age, babies are habitually murdered because people cant show some moral constraint, is it wrong to try to remind people to value life no matter the adversity?
Originally posted by VIKINGANT
He then goes on to pray for the sick and dieing. If this prayer does prolong a persons life does this not also have potential to conflict with the will of god?
What about the folks who leaped off window ledges to escape the inferno of 911?? Should the doomed have fried enduring the pain of burning jet fuel...?? or should they have jumped??
I guess to hush years of pedofile fiasco's and empty pew's the Pope has conveniently transformed himself into a weed smoking, open minded, Starchild
Originally posted by seejanerun
My dad died a horrible death in 1979 from cancer. The priest at the hospital in New Orleans told him to go without morphine as penance for his wrong doings on earth in order to go to heaven quicker after his death. In other words pay for your sins now.