Anti-Catholic NY Times article
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Eh, the article's full of bad premises.  I'd imagine those who fall for it are just looking for an excuse to do as it says.
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#12
(03-04-2013, 02:27 PM)LoneWolfRadTrad Wrote: Eh, the article's full of bad premises.  I'd imagine those who fall for it are just looking for an excuse to do as it says.

Most editorials are like that...
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#13

"Paul Elie, a senior fellow in the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs at Georgetown, is the author, most recently, of “Reinventing Bach.”"

Georgetown USED to be a Catholic University....
William Peter Blatty ( author of "The Exorcist") is suing the school for its apostasy:
http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2012-...-president

Oh what times we live in........

AMDG

Kevin
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#14
The author wrote:

[quote]Instead, I’ll be at the Brooklyn Meeting of the Quakers, who have long invited volunteers from our church to serve food to the poor.

Or I’ll be at the Church of St. Luke and St. Matthew, an Episcopal congregation that hosted the Occupy movement’s relief efforts after Hurricane Sandy.

Or I’ll go to the Zen Mountain Monastery at Mount Tremper, in the Catskills.

Or I’ll be in Washington, with colleagues who attend Shabbat services at Georgetown, the first American Catholic university and the first (four decades ago) to engage a full-time rabbi.

Or I’ll knock on the door of the Masjid Ibadul-Rahman, a mosque on my block, or the Zion Shiloh Baptist Church, across the street, or L’Église Baptiste d’Expression Française, on the corner.[quote]

I ask, why not just go to Hell?
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(03-04-2013, 03:32 PM)Warrenton Wrote: The author wrote:

Quote:Instead, I’ll be at the Brooklyn Meeting of the Quakers, who have long invited volunteers from our church to serve food to the poor.

Or I’ll be at the Church of St. Luke and St. Matthew, an Episcopal congregation that hosted the Occupy movement’s relief efforts after Hurricane Sandy.

Or I’ll go to the Zen Mountain Monastery at Mount Tremper, in the Catskills.

Or I’ll be in Washington, with colleagues who attend Shabbat services at Georgetown, the first American Catholic university and the first (four decades ago) to engage a full-time rabbi.

Or I’ll knock on the door of the Masjid Ibadul-Rahman, a mosque on my block, or the Zion Shiloh Baptist Church, across the street, or L’Église Baptiste d’Expression Française, on the corner.
Quote:I ask, why not just go to Hell?

He's just making a few stops along the way, but he's probably going there eventually.
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