no confession on ash wenesday?
#61
Bring Stevus back.  Ash Wednesday is for Penance.
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#62
Corpsman Wrote:Bring Stevus back.  Ash Wednesday is for Penance.

There is a procedure if he wishes to take it: http://www.websitetoolbox.com/tool/post/...id=3101099
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#63

So did I, when he was logical and not attacking the character of other people for no reason.[/QUOTE]

Just hit my eyes: Is there any objective definition for:

- logical
- attacking character (as opposed to pursuing ideas)
- reasonability ?
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#64
I stay off the internet since Ash Wednesday, and all hell breaks loose.

I for one will miss seeing Cary Grant and reading his insightful dialog. He was a bit more conservative than I prefer, but what do you expect from a trad?

I think that Stevus had a very good point on this thread. Too bad there was not some agreement to disagree here.
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#65
StevusMagnus Wrote:Priests should be "busy" in the confessional to kick off the penitential season of Lent. Not off distributing ashes 4 times that day and cancelling confessions.

MY pastor, strict NO, celebrated 5 masses and sat 2.5 hours on the confession seat.

http://www.stfrancislz.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=108&Itemid=289

This year I was confined to bad, that a year ago there were long lines. May be there is a turn on preferences.

laszlo



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#66
glgas Wrote:Just hit my eyes: Is there any objective definition for:

- logical
- attacking character (as opposed to pursuing ideas)
- reasonability ?

Yes there is.

There are also rules of the forum, which were enforced by the people who made them.
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