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Re: Shunning the pope, or just an akward scene? - Old Salt - 09-26-2011

(09-26-2011, 03:41 PM)newyorkcatholic Wrote:
(09-26-2011, 02:57 PM)dan hunter Wrote:
(09-26-2011, 02:29 PM)DeoDuce Wrote: I thought greeting the pope involved kissing his feet.
Or at least his ring.

I like your new avatar.
Thank you.
This painting of Our Lady is lot classier looking than the previous one I had.


Re: Shunning the pope, or just an akward scene? - traditionalLUTHERANmom - 09-26-2011

He still looks snubbed to me...and that's after I watched the other intros. He clearly sticks his hand out to some and they withdraw and turn away-snubbing if you ask me.


Re: Shunning the pope, or just an akward scene? - ggreg - 09-28-2011

Then you're a poor judge of what is happening because it makes no sense to snub him. The bishops would lose support from a significant number of their flock if for no other reason than snubbing the pope would be seen as childish and uncordial. These modernists are canny bastards and well known for pouring honey into your ear will undermining you. Some people think that Sister Lucia of Fatima was swapped for an impostor. That is nutty, but at least one can understand the motive for swapping her with an imposter double.