Yeah, well, he's been married to her for how long? And yet he's still married to her (of course, he can't divorce her), but she's still not a Catholic. So, somehow, they manage. But I can understand why he says what he says and why he also says she's a saint. I don't see as much incongruity as some people might.
As to the other thing you said, I feel the same way.
posted on 09/11/2003 6:15:56 PM PDT
(Down with Kooks and Kookery!)
a saint who won't make it to heaven though according to what he said.......right? She hasn't converted even living with him? SO..... this means she doesn't believe in his traditionalist beliefs, but doesn't try to convert him to her way and vice versa,
GEE, why can't the the two opposing sides/views on the film, and those who might watch it eventually, be like them and live together in harmony!! LOL!!!
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