IN Liturgy It's only the Right of the Powerful
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Wednesday, June 15, 2011
In Liturgy It's Only the Right of the Powerful
How can it be that in the Church where "Tolerance" has long been the Superdogma, such intolerance exists? Answer: Because tolerance is only valid for the devil.

(kreuz.net) The German Bishops invite to dialog. They are, however, "not immediately dialog-ready" about the Old Mass.

Pastor Hendrick Jolie from the Diocese of Mainz said in the middle of this May on his website.

http://eponymousflower.blogspot.com/2011...erful.html
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Hey let's coin a new term so we can be extra-insulting... SUPERDOGMA
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(06-15-2011, 11:28 PM)Bakuryokuso Wrote: Hey let's coin a new term so we can be extra-insulting... SUPERDOGMA

Sorry, do you have a point?
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(06-15-2011, 01:50 PM)Augstine Baker Wrote: Wednesday, June 15, 2011
In Liturgy It's Only the Right of the Powerful
How can it be that in the Church where "Tolerance" has long been the Superdogma, such intolerance exists? Answer: Because tolerance is only valid for the devil.

(kreuz.net) The German Bishops invite to dialog. They are, however, "not immediately dialog-ready" about the Old Mass.

Pastor Hendrick Jolie from the Diocese of Mainz said in the middle of this May on his website.

http://eponymousflower.blogspot.com/2011...erful.html

Was "Tolerance" even part of the vocabulary of the Church pre-V2?
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(06-16-2011, 11:33 AM)Stubborn Wrote:
(06-15-2011, 01:50 PM)Augstine Baker Wrote: Wednesday, June 15, 2011
In Liturgy It's Only the Right of the Powerful
How can it be that in the Church where "Tolerance" has long been the Superdogma, such intolerance exists? Answer: Because tolerance is only valid for the devil.

(kreuz.net) The German Bishops invite to dialog. They are, however, "not immediately dialog-ready" about the Old Mass.

Pastor Hendrick Jolie from the Diocese of Mainz said in the middle of this May on his website.

http://eponymousflower.blogspot.com/2011...erful.html

Was "Tolerance" even part of the vocabulary of the Church pre-V2?

Like a lot of terms which are unthinkingly used by the majority of people, I'm sure it was originated by Marxist theoreticians.
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(06-16-2011, 12:04 PM)Augstine Baker Wrote:
(06-16-2011, 11:33 AM)Stubborn Wrote:
(06-15-2011, 01:50 PM)Augstine Baker Wrote: Wednesday, June 15, 2011
In Liturgy It's Only the Right of the Powerful
How can it be that in the Church where "Tolerance" has long been the Superdogma, such intolerance exists? Answer: Because tolerance is only valid for the devil.

(kreuz.net) The German Bishops invite to dialog. They are, however, "not immediately dialog-ready" about the Old Mass.

Pastor Hendrick Jolie from the Diocese of Mainz said in the middle of this May on his website.

http://eponymousflower.blogspot.com/2011...erful.html

Was "Tolerance" even part of the vocabulary of the Church pre-V2?

Like a lot of terms which are unthinkingly used by the majority of people, I'm sure it was originated by Marxist theoreticians.

Pretty sad that them dang Marxist theoreticians knew exactly what they were doing.
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(06-16-2011, 12:12 PM)Stubborn Wrote:
(06-16-2011, 12:04 PM)Augstine Baker Wrote:
(06-16-2011, 11:33 AM)Stubborn Wrote:
(06-15-2011, 01:50 PM)Augstine Baker Wrote: Wednesday, June 15, 2011
In Liturgy It's Only the Right of the Powerful
How can it be that in the Church where "Tolerance" has long been the Superdogma, such intolerance exists? Answer: Because tolerance is only valid for the devil.

(kreuz.net) The German Bishops invite to dialog. They are, however, "not immediately dialog-ready" about the Old Mass.

Pastor Hendrick Jolie from the Diocese of Mainz said in the middle of this May on his website.

http://eponymousflower.blogspot.com/2011...erful.html

Was "Tolerance" even part of the vocabulary of the Church pre-V2?

Like a lot of terms which are unthinkingly used by the majority of people, I'm sure it was originated by Marxist theoreticians.

Pretty sad that them dang Marxist theoreticians knew exactly what they were doing.

It's important to continue to challenge them.
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Hold on a sec. The Edict of Toleration gave birth to the flowering of Christianity, when Constantine and Galerius ended the persecutions of their predecessor, Diocletian. Toleration was also a huge matter of debate during the 1600's. Think about the Edict of Nantes, for example, or the Acts of Toleration in England which granted acceptance of nonconformist sects, other than Catholicism.
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(06-16-2011, 06:53 PM)The_Harlequin_King Wrote: Hold on a sec. The Edict of Toleration gave birth to the flowering of Christianity, when Constantine and Galerius ended the persecutions of their predecessor, Diocletian. Toleration was also a huge matter of debate during the 1600's. Think about the Edict of Nantes, for example, or the Acts of Toleration in England which granted acceptance of nonconformist sects, other than Catholicism.

Does it signify the same thing as modern "tolerance"?
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(06-16-2011, 11:26 AM)Augstine Baker Wrote:
(06-15-2011, 11:28 PM)Bakuryokuso Wrote: Hey let's coin a new term so we can be extra-insulting... SUPERDOGMA

Sorry, do you have a point?

Yes, my point is that kreuz.net folks have extremely poor writing and conceptual skills.
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