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Relativism Promoted by German Diocoese in Children's Literature
The Eponymous Flower ^ | 11/02/2010 | Tancred

Posted on 11/04/2010 12:03:10 AM PDT by 0beron

Editor: Reminds us of the old saying, "we'll get to you through your children", or the Jesuit adage, "give us a boy till seven, and I'll show you the man" The following was translated from the website, "The Catholic Church in Germany" put out by the German Bishops, thank you very little. It's a children's book which features a visit by two friends of different confessional backgrounds to each others churches.

Lena is Protestant. She and Laura are good friends. Last Sunday Lena asked: "Would you like to go with me to Protestant Service?" And Laura said yes.

There was a lady pastor here

Laura and Lena sit in the first bench. The organ began and a woman in a long black robe entered the church. "Is that a nun?", whispered Laura. "No, that is our Pastoress", answered Lena. Laura was astonished and wanted to know: "May women be Pastoresses with you?" "Yes", said Lena, "and they may also mary and have children."

(Excerpt) Read more at eponymousflower.blogspot.com ...


TOPICS: Current Events; Humor; Other Christian; Worship
KEYWORDS: ecumenism; lutherans; protestantism; relativism

1 posted on 11/04/2010 12:03:14 AM PDT by 0beron
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