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  • The Divine Office: Christ is our head, and the wise man keeps his eyes upon him

    02/24/2014 6:15:48 AM PST · 2 of 2
    Catholic Examiner to Catholic Examiner

    The wise man, then, turns his eyes toward the One who is his head, but the fool gropes in darkness. No one who puts his lamp under a bed instead of on a lamp-stand will receive any light from it. People are often considered blind and useless when they make the supreme Good their aim and give themselves up to the contemplation of God, but Paul made a boast of this and proclaimed himself a fool for Christ’s sake. The reason he said, We are fools for Christ’s sake was that his mind was free from all earthly preoccupations. It was as though he said, “We are blind to the life here below because our eyes are raised toward the One who is our head.”

    And so, without board or lodging, he travelled from place to place, destitute, naked, exhausted by hunger and thirst. When men saw him in captivity, flogged, shipwrecked, led about in chains, they could scarcely help thinking him a pitiable sight. Nevertheless, even while he suffered all this at the hands of men, he always looked toward the One who is his head and he asked: What can separate us from the love of Christ, which is in Jesus? Can affliction or distress? Can persecution, hunger, nakedness, danger or death? In other words, “What can force me to take my eyes from him who is my head and to turn them toward things that are contemptible?”

    He bids us follow his example: Seek the things that are above, he says, which is only another way of saying: “Keep your eyes on Christ.”

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  • The Divine Office: Christ is our head, and the wise man keeps his eyes upon him

    02/24/2014 6:14:43 AM PST · 1 of 2
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  • The Divine Office: The Wisdom of God has mixed wine for us and set up a feast

    02/19/2014 6:07:46 AM PST · 2 of 2
    Catholic Examiner to Catholic Examiner

    His nature is made more glorious by strength, by good counsel, and by prudence. Strength brings a desire to seek out all manifestations of the divine will through which all things were made. Good counsel distinguishes what is God’s will from what is not and leads him to ponder, to proclaim and to fulfil the will of God. Prudence, finally, leads him to turn towards the will of God and not to other things.

    She has mingled her wine in a bowl and spread her table. Because the Word of God has mingled in man, as in a bowl, a spiritual and a physical nature and has given him a knowledge both of creation and of himself as the Creator, it is natural for the things of God to have on man’s mind the inebriating effect of wine. Christ himself, the bread from heaven, is his nourishment enabling him to grow in virtue, and it is Christ who quenches his thirst and gladdens him with his teaching. For all who desire to share in it, he has prepared this rich banquet, this spiritual feast.

    She has sent forth her servants with the sublime message that all are to come to the bowl and drink. Christ has sent forth his apostles, the servants of his divine will, to proclaim the message of the Gospel which, because it comes from the Spirit, transcends both the natural and the written law. By this he calls us to himself: in him, as in a bowl, there was brought about by the mystery of the incarnation a marvelous mingling of the divine and human natures, although each still remains distinct. And through the apostles he cries out: Is anyone foolish? Let him turn to me. If anyone is so foolish as to think in his heart that there is no God, let him renounce his disbelief and turn to me by faith. Let him know that I am the maker of all things and their Lord.

    And to those who lack wisdom he says: Come, eat my bread and drink the wine that I have prepared for you. To those who still lack the works of faith and the higher knowledge which inspires them he says ‘Come, eat my body, the bread that is the nourishment of virtue, and drink my blood, the wine that cheers you with the joy of true knowledge and makes you divine. For I have miraculously mingled my divinity with my blood for your salvation.’

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  • The Divine Office: The Wisdom of God has mixed wine for us and set up a feast

    02/19/2014 6:07:00 AM PST · 1 of 2
    Catholic Examiner
  • The Divine Office: On the search for wisdom

    02/17/2014 8:37:42 AM PST · 2 of 2
    Catholic Examiner to Catholic Examiner

    Look for wisdom while it can still be found. Call for it while it is near. Do you want to know how near it is? The word is near you, in your heart and on your lips, provided that you seek it honestly. Insofar as you find wisdom in your heart, prudence will flow from your lips, but be careful that it flows from and not away from them, or that you do not vomit it up. If you have found wisdom, you have found honey. But do not eat so much that you become too full and bring it all up. Eat so that you are always hungry. Wisdom says: Those who eat me continue to hunger. Do not think you have too much of it, but do not eat too much or you will throw it up. If you do, what you seem to have will be taken away from you, because you gave up searching too soon. While wisdom is near and while it can be found, look for it and ask for its help. Solomon says: A man who eats too much honey does himself no good; similarly, the man who seeks his own glorification will be crushed by that same renown.

    Happy is the man who has found wisdom. Even more happy is the man who lives in wisdom, for he perceives its abundance. There are three ways for wisdom or prudence to abound in you: if you confess your sins, if you give thanks and praise, and if your speech is edifying. Man believes with his heart and so he is justified. He confesses with his lips and so he is saved. In the beginning of his speech the just man is his own accuser, next he gives glory to God, and thirdly, if his wisdom extends that far, he edifies his neighbour.

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  • The Divine Office: On the search for wisdom

    02/17/2014 8:36:25 AM PST · 1 of 2
    Catholic Examiner
  • The Divine Office: The pre-eminence of love

    02/15/2014 8:23:26 AM PST · 2 of 2
    Catholic Examiner to Catholic Examiner

    This is what the law of Christ is like, of Christ who bore our griefs in his passion and carried our sorrows in his compassion for us, loving those whom he carried and carrying those whom he loved. On the other hand, whoever turns on his brother in the brother’s time of need, who exploits his weakness, whatever that weakness may be – without doubt he has subjected himself to the law of Satan and is carrying it out. Let us have compassion for each other and love the brotherhood we share, bear each other’s weaknesses and fight against each other’s vices.

    Whatever religious practice or observance it leads to, any teaching or discipline that fosters a stronger love of God and, through God, of our neighbours, is most acceptable to God for that reason. This love is the reason why things should be or not be, why they should remain the same or be changed. This love should be the reason why things are and the end to which all things are directed. For nothing can be considered wrong that is truly directed towards and according to that love.

    Without such love we cannot be pleasing to God, and without it we cannot achieve anything at all. May God choose to grant it to us, he who lives and reigns through the undying ages. Amen!

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  • The Divine Office: The pre-eminence of love

    02/15/2014 8:22:30 AM PST · 1 of 2
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  • The Divine Office: St. Cyril

    02/14/2014 6:27:19 AM PST · 2 of 2
    Catholic Examiner to Catholic Examiner

    When the time came for him to set out from this world to the peace of his heavenly homeland, he prayed to God with his hands outstretched and his eyes filled with tears: “O Lord, my God, you have created the choirs of angels and spiritual powers; you have stretched forth the heavens and established the earth, creating all that exists from nothing. You hear those who obey your will and keep your commands in holy fear. Hear my prayer and protect your faithful people, for you have established me as their unsuitable and unworthy servant.

    “Keep them free from harm and the worldly cunning of those who blaspheme you. Build up your Church and gather all into unity. Make your people known for the unity and profession of their faith. Inspire the hearts of your people with your word and your teaching. You called us to preach the Gospel of your Christ and to encourage them to lives and works pleasing to you.

    “I now return to you, your people, your gift to me. Direct them with your powerful right hand, and protect them under the shadow of your wings. May all praise and glorify your name, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen.”
    Once he had exchanged the gift of peace with everyone, he said: “Blessed be God, who did not hand us over to our invisible enemy, but freed us from his snare and delivered us from perdition.” He then fell asleep in the Lord at the age of forty-two.

    The Patriarch commanded all those in Rome, both the Greeks and Romans, to gather for his funeral. They were to chant over him together and carry candles; they were to celebrate his funeral as if he had been a pope. This they did.

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  • The Divine Office: St. Cyril

    02/14/2014 6:26:23 AM PST · 1 of 2
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  • The Divine Office: Let Christ take shape within you

    02/13/2014 5:42:11 AM PST · 2 of 3
    Catholic Examiner to Catholic Examiner

    Therefore the believer who imitates Christ becomes (as far as he is permitted) the same as Christ whom he imitates. Whoever claims to abide in Christ, says John, must walk as Christ himself walked.

    Human beings are conceived and given shape by their mothers, and once they have taken shape, their mothers go into labour and give them birth; so we may wonder what is meant by I must go through the pain of giving birth to you all over again, until Christ is formed in you. We can take the birth-pangs as meaning the anxiety he felt over them, that they should be born in Christ; or again, that he is suffering because he sees them surrounded by dangers that could lead them astray. The care and worry he feels, which he compares to the pangs of giving birth, may last until they are fully mature with the fullness of Christ himself, not tossed one way and another and carried along by every wind of doctrine.

    Hence it is not about the beginnings of faith that St Paul is speaking, the faith by which they were born, but about the strengthening and perfecting of that faith: I must go through the pain of giving birth to you all over again, until Christ is formed in you. Elsewhere he talks of the same labour in other words: My anxiety for all the churches. When any man has had scruples, I have had scruples with him; when any man is made to fall, I am tortured.

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  • The Divine Office: Let Christ take shape within you

    02/13/2014 5:41:02 AM PST · 1 of 3
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  • The Divine Office: Abraham's Sacrifice

    02/11/2014 5:49:30 AM PST · 2 of 4
    Catholic Examiner to Catholic Examiner

    The careful yet loving response of Abraham moves me greatly. I do not know what he saw in spirit, because he did not speak of the present but of the future: God himself will provide the lamb. His son asks what is to happen now, but Abraham’s reply concerns the future. Indeed the Lord himself provided a lamb, in Christ.

    Abraham stretched out his hand and seized the knife to kill his son. But the angel of the Lord called to him from heaven. ‘Abraham, Abraham’ he said. ‘I am here’ Abraham replied. ‘Do not raise your hand against the boy’ the angel said. ‘Do not harm him, for now I know you fear God’. Compare this to what St Paul says when he speaks of God: He did not spare his own Son but gave him up for us all. God emulates man with magnificent generosity. Abraham offered to God his mortal son who did not die; God gave up his immortal Son who died for all of us.

    Then looking up, Abraham saw a ram caught by its horns in a bush. We said before that Isaac is a type of Christ. Yet this also seems true of the ram. It is worth understanding how both are figures of Christ – Isaac who was not killed and the ram which was. Christ is the Word of God, but the Word became flesh.

    Christ therefore suffered, but in the flesh. Christ, the bodily Christ, endured death; and the ram signifies that body and that death. As John said: Behold the lamb of God, behold him who takes away the sins of the world. The Word, on the other hand, remained incorruptible. This is Christ according to the spirit, and Isaac signifies that spirit. Therefore, Christ himself is both victim and priest according to the spirit. For he offers the victim to the Father according to the flesh, and he is himself offered on the altar of the cross.

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  • The Divine Office: Abraham's Sacrifice

    02/11/2014 5:48:33 AM PST · 1 of 4
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  • The Divine Office: Saint Scholastica

    02/10/2014 7:59:44 AM PST · 2 of 5
    Catholic Examiner to Catholic Examiner

    When she heard her brother refuse her request, the holy woman joined her hands on the table, laid her head on them and began to pray. As she raised her head from the table, there were such brilliant flashes of lightning, such great peals of thunder and such a heavy downpour of rain that neither Benedict nor his brethren could stir across the threshold of the place where they had been seated. Sadly he began to complain: “May God forgive you, sister. What have you done?” “Well,” she answered, “I asked you and you would not listen; so I asked my God and he did listen. So now go off, if you can, leave me and return to your monastery.”

    Reluctant as he was to stay of his own will, he remained against his will. So it came about that they stayed awake the whole night, engrossed in their conversation about the spiritual life.

    It is not surprising that she was more effective than he, since as John says, God is love, it was absolutely right that she could do more, as she loved more.

    Three days later, Benedict was in his cell. Looking up to the sky, he saw his sister’s soul leave her body in the form of a dove, and fly up to the secret places of heaven. Rejoicing in her great glory, he thanked almighty God with hymns and words of praise. He then sent his brethren to bring her body to the monastery and lay it in the tomb he had prepared for himself.

    Their minds had always been united in God; their bodies were to share a common grave.

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  • The Divine Office: Saint Scholastica

    02/10/2014 7:58:05 AM PST · 1 of 5
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  • Was Obama Stoned for NBC Olympics Interview?

    02/08/2014 10:08:49 AM PST · 117 of 140
    Catholic Examiner to Graewoulf

    not a smidgen ... :)

  • The Divine Office: Without the Creator the creature would disappear.

    02/08/2014 10:01:07 AM PST · 2 of 2
    Catholic Examiner to Catholic Examiner

    Hence, the norm of human activity is this: that in accord with the divine plan and will, it harmonize with the genuine good of the human race, and that it allow men as individuals and as members of society to pursue their total vocation and fulfil it.

    However, many of our contemporaries seem to fear that a closer bond between human activity and religion will work against the independence of men, of societies, or of the sciences. If by the autonomy of earthly affairs we mean that created things and societies themselves enjoy their own laws and values which must be gradually deciphered, put to use, and regulated by men, then it is entirely right to demand that autonomy. It is not merely required by modern man, it also harmonises also with the will of the Creator. For by the very circumstance of their having been created, all things are endowed with their own stability, truth, goodness, proper laws and order. Man must respect these as he isolates them by the appropriate methods of the individual sciences or arts.

    Consequently, we can only deplore certain habits of mind, which are sometimes found too among Christians, which do not sufficiently attend to the rightful independence of science and which, from the arguments and controversies they spark, lead many minds to conclude that faith and science are mutually opposed.

    But if the expression “the independence of temporal affairs” is taken to mean that created things do not depend on God, and that man can use them without any reference to their Creator, anyone who acknowledges God will see how false such a meaning is. For without the Creator the creature would disappear.

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  • The Divine Office: Without the Creator the creature would disappear.

    02/08/2014 9:20:24 AM PST · 1 of 2
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  • The Divine Office: You shall be my witnesses

    02/06/2014 7:50:26 AM PST · 2 of 3
    Catholic Examiner to Catholic Examiner

    Then he looked at his comrades and began to encourage them in their final struggle. Joy glowed in all their faces, and in Louis’ most of all. When a Christian in the crowd cried out to him that he would soon be in heaven, his hands, his whole body strained upward with such joy that every eye was fixed on him.

    Anthony, hanging at Louis’ side, looked toward heaven and called upon the holy names – “Jesus, Mary!” He began to sing a psalm: “Praise the Lord, you children!” (He learned it in catechism class in Nagasaki. They take care there to teach the children some psalms to help them learn their catechism).

    Others kept repeating “Jesus, Mary!” Their faces were serene. Some of them even took to urging the people standing by to live worthy Christian lives. In these and other ways they showed their readiness to die.

    Then, according to Japanese custom, the four executioners began to unsheathe their spears. At this dreadful sight, all the Christians cried out, “Jesus, Mary!” And the storm of anguished weeping then rose to batter the very skies. The executioners killed them one by one. One thrust of the spear, then a second blow. It was over in a very short time.

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  • The Divine Office: You shall be my witnesses

    02/06/2014 7:49:36 AM PST · 1 of 3
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  • The Divine Office: The gift of God, the source of all goodness

    02/05/2014 8:39:29 AM PST · 2 of 2
    Catholic Examiner to Catholic Examiner

    What can give greater good than the Sovereign Good? Whom could anyone find more worthy of celebration with hymns of praise than Agatha?

    Agatha, her goodness coincides with her name and way of life. She won a good name by her noble deeds, and by her name she points to the nobility of those deeds. Agatha, her mere name wins all men over to her company. She teaches them by her example to hasten with her to the true Good. God alone.

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  • The Divine Office: The gift of God, the source of all goodness

    02/05/2014 8:38:16 AM PST · 1 of 2
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  • The Divine Office: In Christ are the first-fruits of the Resurrection

    02/04/2014 6:20:46 AM PST · 2 of 2
    Catholic Examiner to Catholic Examiner

    By God’s aid it will grow and be strengthened in all its joints and ligaments, each member having its own proper place in the body. There are many rooms in the Father’s house because the body has many members.

    God bore with man patiently when he fell because he foresaw the victory that would be his through the Word. Weakness allowed strength its full play, and so revealed God’s kindness and great power.

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  • The Divine Office: In Christ are the first-fruits of the Resurrection

    02/04/2014 6:19:09 AM PST · 1 of 2
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  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 7:35:47 PM PST · 104 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to All

    Thanks everyone for your valued opinions.This was a good thread overall.

    Joe

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 6:48:41 PM PST · 103 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to Forrestfire

    Thanks. so true!

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 6:45:28 PM PST · 102 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to Utilizer

    I’m already marked...

    and thanks for your opinion...

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 6:38:24 PM PST · 100 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to My hearts in London - Everett

    yeah, I’ve been away for awhile...on and off...not sure I’d call “blog overlord” an endorsement but ok.

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 3:42:09 PM PST · 75 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to My hearts in London - Everett

    done.

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 3:38:55 PM PST · 74 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to All

    To all concerned Here is the article in it’s entirety. Perhaps now we can get back on topic...and off of trolls or blogbusters or what not. Thanks, Joe

    This is inspired by a flurry of Facebook posts and comments:

    Lot’s of potshots are being fired over the Super Bowl ad presented by Coca Cola on Sunday night. Those who were offended at hearing a patriotic song about America sung in foreign languages, are being labeled racist. And those who embrace multi-culturalism are being call unpatriotic. While it is probably somewhere in the middle of both, I am one who felt slighted by the ad.

    Facebook is ablaze with the debate and I will add that while I agree with this comment somewhat:

    “I loved the ad.... Can anyone imagine how we look to some in other Countries? We ARE the shinning “city on the hill” and if somone who wants to be a part of that city and wants to sing America the Beautiful in their native language then so be it. Grow up !”

    ...I still feel that multi-culturalism does damage to the nation because now anyone be whatever they want to be in America, except just American which is now something less than ______ American. Once upon a time people, my ancestors, came to America because of the new life it afforded them. Being Italians, they came to this country legally, through Ellis Island, and assimilated into American life. They learned the language and spoke it, and contributed to American society, not as Italian-Americans but as new Americans only. They didn’t demand that anything be changed to suit them. They didn’t differentiate themselves as “this or that” American. They came here because being American gave them more promise and opportunity than their own countries. They were proud to become American and speak it’s language and join the culture and make it theirs.

    In an article about this ad Allen West writes:

    ...we should remember the words spoken by President Teddy Roosevelt;

    Every immigrant who comes here should be required within five years to learn English or leave the country.”
    In the first place we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. But this is predicated upon the man’s becoming in very fact an American, and nothing but an American. If he tries to keep segregated with men of his own origin and separated from the rest of America, then he isn’t doing his part as an American.

    There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn’t an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag, and this excludes the red flag, which symbolizes all wars against liberty and civilization, just as much as it excludes any foreign flag of a nation to which we are hostile.

    We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language for we intend to see that the crucible turns our people out as Americans, and American nationality, and not as dwellers in a polyglot boarding house; and we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people.
    There are some of us who still believe in America as a “melting pot”. It’s a bit like alchemy where the elements melted into it become something else. You don’t have clumps of mineral here and others there. It is meant as a transformation into something new. Americans. This is how my ancestors thought about it and I stand by it. They came to America for a new life as Americans. They didn’t need to “press 2 for Italian” or burden the government to convert street signs to Italian. They became English speaking citizens with an Italian heritage. They didn’t impose that on anyone. They worked hard to learn to be in America. Now everyone has to give lee-way to these other cultures. What makes them so special now, not to be expected to what was expected in the past?

    I guess then if the American “ melting pot” means to each his own and for ones own gain only, it is not only sad but against everything I have known about the American experience from my Italian (legal immigrant) family. I guess I will wear black and go into mourning, OR stand my ground on the belief that being an American actually means something...

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 3:33:03 PM PST · 73 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to momtothree

    sorry Im not...I just didn’t know that Freepers stalk people about theirs posts...I’m learning...

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 3:11:17 PM PST · 63 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to thackney

    got it. thanks again.

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 3:08:18 PM PST · 60 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to Hot Tabasco

    Oh...’xplains alot.:)

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 3:03:06 PM PST · 52 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to Howie66

    Lone Survivor...good call.

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 3:01:48 PM PST · 50 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to pgkdan

    “Humblegunner is not a troll. And he’s no banned or suspended. Anyone can put that comment on their homepage.”

    I guess I was dooped!

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 3:00:02 PM PST · 47 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to thackney

    love it! :)

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 2:58:55 PM PST · 45 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to thackney

    thanks thackney,

    was not aware of Jim saying that or that it was even a requirement.

    I appreciate the insight and will do things differently in the future.

    Joe

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 2:54:18 PM PST · 39 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to humblegunner

    ignore forever commencing now...

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 2:48:16 PM PST · 32 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to N. Theknow

    nice! :)

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 2:47:27 PM PST · 31 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to All

    Hey I’m just a guy trying to share what I write online...If you hate that I blog, remember my name and don’t look at my threads...otherwise...please stay on topic... what is your opinion of the super Bowl Ad?

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 2:43:43 PM PST · 28 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to humblegunner

    then why worry about it?

    oh and so there’s a spelling error in the comments...I just love smarta**es whose sh*t don’t stink...

    thanks for your comments...

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 2:36:42 PM PST · 22 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to humblegunner

    Yet here it is...how amazing is that...

    he’s some news...you are clearly obsessing over me and my “blog”... you don’t address the content of my posts and are therefore irrelevant to the conversation...

    carry on...

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 2:22:37 PM PST · 13 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to humblegunner

    just reporting what I see...perhaps you are magic...who knows, after all this is the interweb.

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 2:19:44 PM PST · 11 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to thackney

    thanks thackney...

    He’s kind of stalking me...I will just ignore him from here out...

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 2:18:30 PM PST · 9 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to Monterrosa-24

    Lol! nice pic!

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 2:17:32 PM PST · 7 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to MAKOTHEDOG

    Love RC! ad Moonpies too.

  • Coca-Cola's America: Is It Yours?

    02/03/2014 2:16:57 PM PST · 5 of 106
    Catholic Examiner to humblegunner

    click humblegunner...

    “This account has been banned or suspended”

    he’s a troll

  • The Divine Office: The hearts and minds of all believers were one

    02/03/2014 2:14:16 PM PST · 7 of 8
    Catholic Examiner to humblegunner

    I don’t care to upgrade...you need to get over it. You can read and you can just ignore me. My posts do not harm or concern you. grow up and troll someone else. that is all.

  • The Divine Office: The hearts and minds of all believers were one

    02/03/2014 2:12:33 PM PST · 6 of 8
    Catholic Examiner to humblegunner

    I mean click on humblegunner... etc.