Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Look! Some catholics!

Who knew there were still some Catholics left?

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Blogger Fish said...

And the city lawyer said "We're just trying to have archaic and edict too".

It is a weird law, but personally I hope it stands. They should require any realtor to make this law known before showing homes for sale, but it doesn't really run against the Constitution. If the town votes to have and keep the law then this is pretty much the definition of local rule.

1:40 PM  
Blogger Gayle said...

Blackjack, Missouri, huh? If something like this was going to happen I was pretty sure it would be in Texas.

We have lots of Catholics in Texas. Thousands of them! Most Mexicans are Catholics, you know?

I'm close to being Catholic, but not quite. Episcopalian is just a step away. Our worship service is nearly identical to that of Catholic. But close doesn't count. Our priests can marry, and we don't pray to Mary to intervene for us. That's about the only difference.

7:47 PM  
Blogger Walker said...

Gayle, The episcopalian liturgy is the most beautiful expression of Christianity in English. The collect for purity. Lovely. And the old rite... so beautiful

Unfortunately, the Episcopal Church in America is no longer Christian. It's leftist. I know there are pockets left of Christians but precious few.

7:36 AM  
Blogger Gayle said...

Yes, in fact our Pries is a liberal. However, in Texas the Bishops are all conservatives, and we have many conservatives in my church. I'm on the Vestry, me... a conservative, so I have a large input on how the church I attend is managed. One eye, and sometimes two, on the priest at all times. :)

11:48 PM  
Blogger Gayle said...

I could say he's not a full priest, being a liberal, and that's why I left the "t" of off "priest", but unfortunately it was just a typo. :(

11:50 PM  
Blogger Walker said...

LOL GAYLE. I like it... pries

Thing is those liberals subtlely change Christianity.

One easy example is the suggestion, sometimes overt in churches today, that everyone is saved in the end because they are a good person or because they followed their religion, etc.

But there are lots of other changes. You almost have to be a theologian to catch them in everything.

10:59 AM  
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