Those who resist change are obstinate rebels and idolaters and are guilty of "di
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(01-19-2016, 12:16 AM)Joseph11 Wrote: You know, it is true that he doesn't state exactly what he has in mind regarding "resisting change."  While Pope Francis clearly is not in the habit of speaking clearly and concisely, and clearly he is not a very good formal theologian, seriously he's not as bad as some people for some reason want to believe!


ROFL :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:.... er uh  sorry heh...thought your were serious for moment ........ ???... you were just kidding  right ??? ???


Oh and btw the only thing i am interested in is this strange thing called reality and TRUTH.  check it out sometime.  One more thing, in no way do i WANT to believe  the hard cold reality of Francis, it pains me  greatly to have to face the reality of what is  going on in Rome these days let alone the suffering Church.  I would love to be able to put on those Rose colored glasses some seem to be so ably wearing and live in lala land but i just cant, the truth is just so painfully obvious to most of us these days.  We just have to pick up our Cross and carry on, by the Grace of God.
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Re: Those who resist change are obstinate rebels and idolaters and are guilty of "di - by Qoheleth - 01-19-2016, 01:39 AM



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