To: SuziQ; thor76; Religion Moderator
They're only code words if YOU make them so. I find nothing objectionable in those words or phrases, if they are sung as they are written. As for the song "Here I Am, Lord", I always thought it was written from the point of view of a young man offering his life to God and His Church as a priest. Who knew otherwise?
You are, of course, right, SuziQ, but those who wish to tear down the Novus Ordo know that the best way to do it is to associate it with faggotry.
In their warped, hate-addled minds, you and I are homosexuals because we attend the Novus Ordo Mass. We can't possibly be good Catholics, and are condemned to hell because of the manner of worship we choose.
There is a vileness that has come to dominate this forum from those who despise the Church, the Pope, and the Mass that you and I attend. Ignore it. Be confident that your instincts are correct; that those who would debase your worship are simply misguided fools.
posted on 09/23/2004 10:43:07 PM PDT
("John Kerry's gonna win on his juices. "--Cardinal Fanfani)
Be confident that your instincts are correct
posted on 09/23/2004 10:53:36 PM PDT
(Bush in 2004-Because we MUST!!!)
Hey, everybody, look at message 7.
There's one of those SSPX/Traditionalists flaming people again.
He's saying that people who disagree with him have "warped, hate-addled minds" and that they are vile, "misguided fools."
Man, it really irritates me the way those SSPX/Traditionalists are always flaming people. Thank goodness we can count on the Religion Moderator to suspend people for personal attacks.
posted on 09/23/2004 10:56:57 PM PDT
Re: "There is a vileness that has come to dominate this forum from those who despise the Church, the Pope, and the Mass that you and I attend."
I do not hate any of the things you site, I just wish they would do a better job. I used to get this from junior personnel in the Navy. If they got a low rating on something, even when they knew it was their weak area, they would whine that I did not like them. They could not understand a person giving a low rating to someone they liked while giving a high rating to someone that they did not like. How I felt about the person, as a person, had nothing to do with how well they were doing their job. I always considered it a mark of immaturity.
I can not speak for everyone but I am sure many (not all) have no desire to speculate about any proclivities you may have. I just don't want to think about it if you do not mind.
Ewwwwweewwwwwww brain must be scrubbed. I need some brain candy. ;-)
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