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Thursday, September 24, 2009



As a recovering alcoholic, I not only agree with you intellectualy, but through hard experience. The opposite of love isn't hate, it's indifference.

Catholic Femina

Religion, can be mistaken as a badge to wear, and it is up to the Catholics to make a distinction between those who are Catholic and those who claim Catholicity. Recently, many people have successfully charaded as Catholics and this should not have happened. Pro-abortion, anti-family liberals cannot claim to be Catholic and have everyone turn a blind eye to the teachings of the Church. I hope that people will live their faith so that the examples of the truly faithful will make clear those wear the religion badge

Angela Weller

as a teacher I am surrounded by young men and women (both Catholic and or Christian)who speak with the most foul-mouth speech in every-day conversations and even worse when they're excited or agitated...I am looking for phrases or thought provoking comments that I can use to remind them of their lack of Christian behavior. I have tried but have been unsuccessful...Any ideas, suggestions???


To Angela: Ask them: "Do you say your prayers with that same mouth?

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