Is Christian Unity possible?
#31
I'm sorry, I'm new to this, I'll have to get Rosarium to translate for me.  In the mean time my post count is rocking.
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#32
*sigh*

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#33
*scoop*
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#34
(11-19-2010, 11:44 PM)Scipio_a Wrote: I'm sorry, I'm new to this, I'll have to get Rosarium to translate for me.  In the mean time my post count is rocking.

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this is classuic!
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#35
Ice cream, you seem like a good guy trying to find the true Church.  Don't fall for Scipio's backwars feminist logic.
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#36
Is Christian unity possible?

Of course.

It already exists in the Catholic Church.
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#37
(11-20-2010, 02:07 AM)Pax et Bonum Wrote: Is Christian unity possible?

Of course.

It already exists in the Catholic Church.

*sigh*

The catechism answer. When will we reason beyond this old stereotypes?

There are other well-educated Christians would disagree with your proposition. You must think it is all black and white.

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#38
(11-20-2010, 12:53 AM)Scipio_a Wrote: Ice cream, you seem like a good guy trying to find the true Church.  Don't fall for Scipio's backwars feminist logic.

ok! i try not to!  ;D
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#39
(11-20-2010, 11:07 AM)Vetus Ordo Wrote:
(11-20-2010, 02:07 AM)Pax et Bonum Wrote: Is Christian unity possible?

Of course.

It already exists in the Catholic Church.

*sigh*

The catechism answer. When will we reason beyond this old stereotypes?

There are other well-educated Christians would disagree with your proposition. You must think it is all black and white.

wel i cant say i agree with ur ideas

but u dont support the sspx

so its all good bro
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#40
I support the SSPX, and I have never even attended any of their chapel's! :)
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