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  • Audio: Methodist Methodology

    05/25/2011 2:57:13 PM PDT · by Eleutheria5 · 8 replies
    Arutz Sheva ^ | 25/5/11 | Eve Harow
    Chana Shapiro Stillman is appalled at what she discovered while doing research for the JCPA. Some UK church authorities, significantly the Methodists, are substituting a political agenda for Christianity. They have disavowed the Bible because it's too "Jewish " and associate with anti-Israel and pro-Palestinian groups under the guise of religion.
  • Unitarians to discuss 'Ministry'

    05/24/2011 11:24:15 AM PDT · by Cronos · 18 replies · 1+ views
    South Coast Today ^ | 28 April 2011 | SCT
    Reflections On Ministry is the topic for the morning to be presented by Interim Minister Rev. Tracey Robinson-Harris at The First Unitarian Universalist Society of Middleborough, 25 South Main Street, on Sunday, May 1. The service begins at 10:30 a.m. Joining Robinson-Harris for this service is the Rev. Judy Campbell, Ministerial Settlement Representative for the Ballou Channing District. The shared sermon will offer reflections on ministry and what it means to be settled. The service will also include New Member Recognition honoring five new members of FUUSM: Sophia Rose, Barbara Bancroft, Louisa Place, Jeremy Place and Jeff Giddings. Following the...
  • Staten Island Man Pours Life Savings Into Doomsday Ads

    05/22/2011 12:05:18 PM PDT · by trumandogz · 16 replies
    wpix ^ | 5.19.11
    Robert Fitzpatrick was near the World Trade Center when the towers fell. Flipping through a photo album filled with pictures he took of that devastating day, he told PIX 11 News during an interview at his Port Richmond home that the 9/11 attacks will pale in comparison to what he insists will happen this Saturday. “There will be a great earthquake and life will be over pretty much as we understand it on May 21st just before 6pm,” he said.
  • What's up with the Vatican being empty?

    05/21/2011 8:39:22 AM PDT · by dangus · 42 replies
    Vanity from Rome ^ | 2011-05-21 | Dangus
    Boy, I wish I spoke more Italian. So I got an unexpected business stopover in Rome for two days, and I figured, great I'll check out the Vatican, etc. I checked into a nice little hotel right next to the Vatican, and took a nap before sight-seeing this afternoon. At first I thought, "this is great." Must be some sort of holiday I didn't know about. No lines, no tickets needed. But no curators? No security? I always heard about how they even made sure you were dressed moderately. The art was fantastically beautiful, but I expected guides? I wandered...
  • Your Local Time When Kiritimati reaches 6 pm - "when the world is to end"

    05/19/2011 11:20:17 PM PDT · by pka54 · 39 replies
    Geographic Travels ^ | 5-20-2011 | catholicgauze
    Family Radio says the rapture will start at 6 pm local time. Kiritimati is 16 hours ahead of UTC which gives the rest of the world plenty of time (and the U.S. by midnight Friday into Saturday) to figure out if this supposed rapture is to take place. Check out what time it will be at your home when Kiritimati reaches 6 pm.
  • Static on the airwaves ("the rapture"?)

    05/14/2011 7:03:25 AM PDT · by flowerplough · 129 replies
    World Magazine ^ | Chu/Glader
    Christian radio tycoon says the world will end May 21—and surprising numbers believe him. Ralph Workman believes what he hears on Christian radio. He believes preacher and Family Radio chief Harold Camping is right about Judgment Day. He believes the world is coming to an end May 21, 2011. An engineer at Boeing's avionics lab, Workman helps manage an RV caravan winding its way around the United States—from Indianapolis to Pittsburgh to Virginia—sharing the belief that biblical numbers point to the specific expiration date for the world. He also runs a website called eBible Fellowship, which distributes Camping's teachings. "I...
  • CANNES REVIEW: Habemus Papam and the Perils of Popehood

    05/13/2011 3:25:29 PM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 2 replies
    Movieline ^ | 05/13/2011 | Stephanie Zacharek
    In the ’70s New York Magazine ran occasional contests, in one case asking readers to submit greeting cards for unlikely occasions. Nanni Moretti’s Habemus Papam — or We Have a Pope — screening in competition here at the festival, could use one of those entries as its tagline: “Saw your smoke, now you’re Pope, congrats!” Actually, it’s kind of a bummer to be Pope, which is the idea behind this way-too-gentle but still potentially incendiary comedy by Nanni Moretti (director of the 2001 Palme d’Or winner The Son’s Room). Michel Piccoli stars as a sad old cardinal who’s surprised to...
  • Virus repair cost a man $6 million - malware linked to Opus Dei plot

    05/04/2011 7:59:43 AM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 32 replies
    TechEye ^ | 10 Nov 2010 | Nick Farrell
    A US court has heard how it cost a great-grandson of an oil industry tycoon at least $ 6 million after he took his computer in to the workshop to repair it after it was infected with a virus. The victim was probably jazz pianist and composer Roger Davidson, an heir of oil tycoon Conrad Schlumberger, although the authorities have refused to name him. The victim took his computer to 36-year-old Vickram Bedi and his girlfriend Helga Invarsdottir after it developed a virus. According to prosecutors, the pair cooked up a scheme which convinced Davidson that his life was in...
  • Amazing Guilt (The Liberal's Hymn)

    05/04/2011 4:38:31 AM PDT · by grey_whiskers · 6 replies
    grey_whiskers ^ | 05-04-2011 | grey_whiskers
    Amazing Guilt! How Sweet The Sound That made you a Wretch, not me I once was lost, until I found You're blind, but I can see 'Twas Guilt that taught my heart to fear. Your Guilt, my fears relieved How precious did your Guilt appear The hour 'twas first conceived Though many dangers, toils, and snares You've caused, you worthless bum Your Guilt makes me superior Your Guilt, that's it, in sum Liberalism sounds good to me My hope is insecure I've no-one I must answer to As long as life endures Yes when my flesh and heart shall fail...
  • Bald Jewish Man to Play Catholic Nun in New Three Stooges Movie

    05/03/2011 1:29:52 PM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 22 replies
    UGO ^ | May 3, 2011 | Aubrey Sitterson
    The thusfar somewhat questionable cast of the new Three Stooges movie just got a sizable comedic boost with the addition of Larry David. The Curb Your Enthusiasm star and Seinfeld co-creator will be playing a nun by the name of Mother Mengele. This is funny for at least three reasons: 1) David is a man, and nuns are women. 2) David is Jewish and nuns are Catholic. 3) His character has the same last name as Josef Mengele, the Nazi physician responsible for some of the regime's most cruel, grisly and depraved "experiments." Classic Farrelly brothers. Totally classic. No word...
  • Urban Legends: The Preacher’s Edition (how many have you heard?)

    04/30/2011 5:21:53 PM PDT · by Lee N. Field · 20 replies
    Kingdom People Blog ^ | 2011apr27 | Trevin Was
    Those of us who are entrusted with the task of expositing the Scriptures in a local church must take care to verify our sources, illustrations, and stories. No matter how helpful an illustration may be, it is dishonoring to God if it is untrue. Here are a number of urban legends that get repeated in sermons. Some are more pervasive than others, even appearing in commentaries and scholarly works. 1. The “eye of the needle” refers to a gate outside Jerusalem. ...
  • Easter greeting from Israel

    04/25/2011 10:33:16 AM PDT · by RJR_fan · 134 replies
    Toffee VeHa-Gorillah ^ | September 25, 2010 | Toffee
    So many American Christians support Israel and all things Jewish. HERE is a peek at how these objects of our tender solicitude regard us.
  • Batman Tried to Save Jesus

    04/25/2011 9:09:09 AM PDT · by marcbold · 10 replies
    National Catholic Register ^ | 4-25-11 | Matt Archbold
    My 3-year-old daughter is a Batman nut. She kinda’ thinks she is Batman. Not Batgirl, mind you. Batman. Most days, she pretends to be caped crusader leaping from cushion to cushion saving us all from evil of some sort or another. She has an assortment of Batman shirts she wears when she changes out of her Batman pajamas. When we go to the beach she wears her bathing suit and a batman mask. I’ve got pictures. I’m not proud of that you see, I’m just explaining. When I’m forced to peel her Batman shirt off and wash it she stands...
  • Hippies - Crying Over Dead Trees

    04/24/2011 1:39:43 PM PDT · by streetpreacher · 86 replies
    Youtube ^ | October 30, 2008 | Stupid Hippies
    Stupid Hippies crying over dead trees...
  • How Easter Killed My Faith in Atheism

    04/20/2011 6:17:23 PM PDT · by OldDeckHand · 15 replies · 1+ views
    WSJ ^ | 04-20-2011 | Lee Strobel
    Earlier this week, humorist Ricky Gervais presented his arguments for atheism and why he thought he was a better Christian than many Christians. In this follow-up essay, writer Lee Strobel offers his defense of Easter. It was the worst news I could get as an atheist: my agnostic wife had decided to become a Christian. Two words shot through my mind. The first was an expletive; the second was “divorce.” I thought she was going to turn into a self-righteous holy roller. But over the following months, I was intrigued by the positive changes in her character and values. Finally,...
  • The Wackiest Holy Week Evah?

    04/20/2011 10:56:01 AM PDT · by marcbold · 18 replies
    National Catholic Register ^ | 4-20-11 | Matt Archbold
    We all know about the War on Christmas. Yawn. If you want to be where the action is, it’s the wackiness that takes place every Holy Week and Easter. Every Holy Week we witness a cavalcade of lunacy and I believe this year we might be “enjoying” the wackiest Holy Week ever. My evidence is as follows: Time Magazine picks this week to run the headline, “Is Hell Dead?” This is, presumably, a knock off of their infamous “Is God Dead?” cover in the 60’s. Well in another few years I’m sure we’ll be running the headline “Time Magazine IS...
  • Religious Faux Pas? Most Catholics Use Contraception

    04/14/2011 8:18:23 AM PDT · by Grunthor · 174 replies
    LiveScience.com ^ | 4/14/11 | Stephanie Pappas
    Catholic women overwhelmingly use birth control, despite an official ban by the church, a new study finds......
  • SAME-SEX BAPTISMS CONTINUE AT ST. CHARLES [and Diocese Says Lead in Baptismal Water "Not a Problem"]

    04/01/2011 8:31:24 AM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 19 replies
    St Charles Church ^ | April 1, 2004
    St. Charles priests regularly conduct same-sex baptisms it was revealed this week, as Christening Season gets under way and there is renewed concern about the lead content in water used to perform the rite. Following a surge of infants competing for prime Saturday morning baptism time slots this spring, the frequency of same-sex baptisms has not gone unnoticed. "Last weekend, I baptized Chris, Pat and Sandy, who were all the same sex," said associate pastor Father Mendez. Although the Vatican has taken a strong position opposing same-sex marriage, it has not made a formal determination on the potentially explosive issue...
  • Can Catholics Participate in April Fools?

    04/01/2011 7:01:19 AM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 39 replies
    Catholicism for Everyone ^ | 4/1/2010 | Phil Lynch
    Today is April 1, 2011, and therefore April Fool's Day. The question is can Catholics legitimately participate in it without sinning? This is a question which deserves to be addressed because most Catholics do participate, but we must always follow our moral compass, no matter the time of year. The main moral issues brought up in April Fools include lying, and causing harm to others. "Harm" of course can be accomplished in a multitude of ways, and therefore most sins could come under this categorization. First, let's address lying. Often, April Fools jokes involve convincing someone that something which is...
  • Honest, bishop, the screwdriver was the barmaid's error [March Madness-Real Lds in Real Casino]

    03/28/2011 1:51:29 PM PDT · by Colofornian · 17 replies
    Ogden Standard-Examiner ^ | March 27, 2011 | Mark Saal
    If I ever do decide to write a book about last weekend, they'll probably call it something like, "Fall From Grace: How a Good Mormon Boy Just Wanted to Watch a Little Basketball, But Ended Up Drinkin', Smokin' and Gamblin' the Weekend Away." I blame March Madness. The annual NCAA basketball tournament opened last weekend, and let's face it, some of us go a little crazy this time of year. Opening weekend alone features 48 games. Forty-eight. I did the math, and that many 40-minute games works out to 1,920 minutes -- a whopping 32 hours -- of basketball. And...
  • Christian Churches to Celebrate 'Feast of The Enunciation'

    03/27/2011 9:49:12 PM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 11 replies
    WWN, by way of The Waffling Anglican ^ | November 28, 2006 | Mondi Greene
    GENEVA, Switzerland--Rediscovered last spring on the antiquities 'grey market,' the apocryphal Gospel of Stephen is rewriting Christian tradition in hundreds of churches around the world. "It gives us a whole new picture of how the angel Gabriel told Mary she'd one day give birth to Jesus Christ," said Father Peter Emmel. Now thousands of faithful, in nearly all Christian denominations, will celebrate the feast of the Biblical 'Enunciation,' in which the Virgin Mother asked Gabriel if he could please repeat his announcement. Christians usually celebrate the angel's declaration on March 25th of each year. The new Enunciation feast will also...
  • Dear Doomed Christian,

    03/26/2011 1:59:59 PM PDT · by Not gonna take it anymore · 7 replies
    National Catholic Register ^ | Friday, March 25, 2011 | Matt Archbold
    Rome Circa 66 AD Dear Christian Recruit, Thank you so much for your interest in joining the Church. Your letter was forwarded to me by the former head of the evangelization and recruiting department. Unfortunately, he met a similarly grisly fate as his predecessor. They were both beheaded and stoned (though not in that order ;) You asked about the benefits of being a Christian; well things have been a bit dodgy for this young Church. I’m sure that in the future things will get a lot better for Christians throughout the world but for now… As you might already...
  • Dear Doomed Christian,

    03/26/2011 7:43:21 AM PDT · by marcbold · 6 replies
    National Catholic Register ^ | 3-26-11 | Matt Archbold
    Rome Circa 66 AD Dear Christian Recruit, Thank you so much for your interest in joining the Church. Your letter was forwarded to me by the former head of the evangelization and recruiting department. Unfortunately, he met a similarly grisly fate as his predecessor. They were both beheaded and stoned (though not in that order ;) You asked about the benefits of being a Christian; well things have been a bit dodgy for this young Church. I’m sure that in the future things will get a lot better for Christians throughout the world but for now… As you might already...
  • Why Going to Church Can Make You Fat

    03/25/2011 4:01:44 PM PDT · by DBCJR · 53 replies
    Time ^ | 3/24/11 | By ALICE PARK
    Maybe it's all the church socials, but a new study finds that those who attend religious activities are more likely to gain weight than those who don't go to church as often. Religious involvement is linked to many positive health outcomes, such as happiness, lower rates of smoking and alcohol use, and even a longer life. But research has also suggested that middle-aged adults who are more religious are more likely to be obese. Past data have noted only a correlation between religiosity and weight gain, however; they did not show whether participating in religious activities leads to weight gain,...
  • Welcome to "I've Been There Ministries"

    03/08/2011 12:54:09 PM PST · by RGrizzle · 5 replies
    It's been a long day. My boss is upset. My customers are upset. My spouse is upset. My kids are upset. I'm sure if he could speak, my dog would say he's upset, too. I want to run. I want to hide. I want to give that dog something to be upset about! Why am I not a joyful Christian? I go to church on . . . most Sundays. I can even remember at least one of the three points in the pastor's sermon. . . or was that Oprah? I read my Bible every. . . now where...
  • Oh My Gosh I AM Hardly Sorry for Having Upended Thee

    03/04/2011 9:07:18 AM PST · by marcbold · 9 replies · 1+ views
    National Catholic Register ^ | 3-4-11 | Matt Archbold
    I offered my five year old son a banana this morning when he came downstairs to get ready for school. It was the last one. And there was a reason it was the last one. It looked like every other banana’s great grandfather. I’d tried giving it to the three year old a few minutes earlier and she backed away all wide eyed with her hands up to fend me off like I was brandishing a weapon. I didn’t want the banana to go to waste so when my five year old came down the stairs I practically jumped on...
  • Cardinal Keeler and the Psychic Reader

    03/03/2011 1:06:15 PM PST · by MDJohnPaul · 1 replies
    The Narthex at The Catholic Review ^ | March 3, 2011 | George P. Matysek Jr.
    During a March 2 testimonial at a special celebration of Cardinal William H. Keeler’s upcoming 80th birthday, Richard Berndt told a story that demonstrated why friends know the retired archbishop as a master of the one-liner. Speaking at the Center Club in Baltimore, Berndt recalled how he and the cardinal were walking back to the Catholic Center after a meeting with The Baltimore Sun in the late 1990s. Berndt, who was an attorney for the archdiocese, was discussing some difficult personnel matters with the cardinal as the two strolled by the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of...
  • Liturgical Vigilantes

    02/28/2011 6:09:38 AM PST · by marcbold · 6 replies
    National Catholic Register ^ | 2-28-11 | Patrick Archbold
    When one thinks of notorious vigilantes, several names and personality types come to mind. Perhaps Charles Bronson or Dirty Harry, or maybe even the Dark Knight, Batman. But personally, I have yet to run into tragic costumed figure or a rogue cop who has just had enough. But I have met a person who has had enough and can’t take it anymore, a person who has seen too much lawbreaking simply ignored by the competent authorities, a person who has finally decided to do something about it—to become a vigilante—Mrs. McGillicuddy. She sits in the third pew on the left....
  • The Prince of Screw Ups.

    02/24/2011 9:22:02 AM PST · by alleyesonCHRIST · 3 replies
    All Eyes on CHRIST ^ | 2/24/2011 | Charles C. Matthews
    Man have I screwed up in my life. In fact, I have screwed up a lot. I continually do no matter how hard I try to do better. I certainly do not deserve to be a Prince, but yet that is exactly what I am. In fact, the kingdom to which I am an heir is the wealthiest in the entire world. The streets are made of gold. My Father, well, He is the King of Kings. All will one day bow to Him. How bout you? Are you a Prince or Princess? Well, you can be. In fact, my...
  • JESSE DUPLANTIS CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE GOD KIND (Jesse goes to heaven and comes back)

    02/24/2011 5:30:47 AM PST · by Cronos · 90 replies · 1+ views
    youtube ^ | 1988 | Jesse Dupe lantis
    JESSE DUPLANTIS CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE GOD KIND: PART 1http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kp1UMwZEUHk&playnext=1&list=PL816708F436BC1426PART 2http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2igwF4NTR8Q&playnext=1&list=PL816708F436BC1426PART 3http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOKfC5JoB14&playnext=1&list=PL816708F436BC1426PART 4http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5todV21iDvU&feature=related
  • Was John Paul II Cheeky?

    02/23/2011 8:55:39 PM PST · by marshmallow · 2 replies
    John Paul II had ups and downs to his pontificate. However, I do admire the fact that he had a sense of fun. I read that when he came to England in the 80s he was travelling along in the Popemobile. At the side of the road were some Paisley supporters holding banners saying "Everyone blessed by the Pope is condemned to hell." John Paul, seeing their banner, began to bless them as he went by.
  • Austria €10 Richard the Lionheart Silver Coins Issued [Redhead Caucus]

    02/22/2011 5:27:33 PM PST · by WPaCon · 41 replies
    CoinNews.net ^ | October 8, 2009 | Austrian Mint
    The Austrian Mint in Vienna is issuing the second coin in its €10 silver commemorative series "Tales and Legends in Austria". The theme of the new coin is the captivity of the English king, Richard I, on his homeward journey from the Third Crusade in 1192 and the legend of his loyal friend and troubadour who is said to have discovered in which castle the king was being held. Austria 10€ Richard the Lionheart Silver Coin The first part of the story is indeed history. Richard, called the "Lionhearted" even in his lifetime, mortally offended Duke Leopold V of Austria...
  • Ida Smith has her say on my age-of-reason blog [Christopher Nemelka]

    02/20/2011 1:30:52 PM PST · by Alex Murphy · 1 replies
    The Political Surf / Ogden Standard-Examiner ^ | February 14, 2011 | David Gibson
    A while ago, I published a blog on whether there should be an age of reason test for elderly LDS church members. The catalyst was an article I read about Ida Smith, a former prominent LDS church member who has left the church to follow a former LDS temple security guard who claims to have translated the sealed portions of the Book of Mormon. The post here has generated a lot of debate and Ida Smith offered her own response via a letter to the editor. Read I have to admit I admire her response to my admittingly somewhat presumptuous...
  • Laugh like a baby

    02/07/2011 10:40:01 AM PST · by WriteStuff · 18 replies
    Point Man ^ | 02/07/2011 | Todd Fitchette
    Isn’t it ironic that as children we’re in such a hurry to grow up, then when we get there and realize it that we sometimes wish we could go back? At what point in human development do we stop giggling and looking at the world around us with such awe and wonder? What is it about the aging process that makes us so serious?
  • Mormonism, the Halloween Religion [Superbowl special - OPEN]

    02/06/2011 6:03:52 PM PST · by Colofornian · 31 replies
    Conchisle.com ^ | Mark Hines
    Many Mormons do not know about Joe Smith's family involvement in the Salem witch trials of 1692, when Joe Smith Sr.'s great-grandfather Samuel Smith and Samuel's father-in-law John Gould testified against Mary Easty and Sarah Wilds respectively. The testimony of these relatives of Joe Smith hanged these girls as witches. A belief in witchcraft was passed through the Smith generations. Even Orlando Saunders, whom Mormon apologists consider to be one of the most favorable witnesses to Joe Smith's character, said in an interview that both Joe Smith Sr. and Jr. believed in witchcraft (Frederic G. Mather, "The Early Days of...
  • What's that Smell?

    02/03/2011 7:19:33 AM PST · by hawkins · 6 replies
    That Christian Website ^ | 01/03/2011 | Travis Main
    One week after moving into our new home, my wife became concerned with a new revelation. She had been out on our deck, enjoying a sunny spring day, when a pipe sticking three feet out of the ground began to spew bubbles. My reply? “Oh, it’s no big deal.”Ever notice, when folks have a problem on their hands, they often do not realize it? Or they minimize the problem, so they do not have to address it?Amo 4:10 I have sent among you the pestilence after the manner of Egypt: your young men have I slain with the sword, and...
  • Coping With Prostate Problems (Jehovah's Witnesses Official Web Site)

    02/01/2011 11:01:43 AM PST · by TSgt · 21 replies
    www.watchtower.org ^ | Appeared in Awake! December 8, 2000 | www.watchtower.org
    The prostate is a walnut-shaped gland that is located below the bladder and surrounds the urethra. (See the illustration of the male pelvis.) In a normal adult man, it weighs two thirds of an ounce [20 g] and measures, at most, 1.6 inches [4 cm] along its transverse axis, 1.2 inches [3 cm] along its vertical axis, and 0.8 inches [2 cm] along its horizontal axis. Its function is to produce a fluid that makes up approximately 30 percent of the volume of semen. This fluid, containing citric acid, calcium, and enzymes, probably improves sperm motility (ability to swim) and...
  • The Fate of the Abbey Remains Uncertain: More German Cloisters Closing

    01/30/2011 2:53:09 AM PST · by 0beron · 6 replies
    The Eponymousflower ^ | 01/30/11 | Tancred
    The cloister was founded in order to inform the soul of the way to life. Will their walls receive the dark consecration to serve the cult of the body? (kreuz.net) It is unclear if the Abbey Michealsberg can continue as the spiritual center of the city of Siegburg. The Bonn paper, the 'General-Anzeiger' said on January 26th.
  • 'South Park' Creators' Mormon Musical Has Some Mormons Excited, Others Suspicious (LDS/Mormon)

    01/27/2011 7:35:02 PM PST · by Alex Murphy · 16 replies
    Fox News ^ | 1/27/2011 | Jo Piazza
    No one has seen Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s musical comedy “The Book of Mormon” yet. It doesn’t start previews on Broadway until the end of February. But early chatter from the Mormon community is already divided between those eager to see the show, and a more conservative group who views the play as another instance of persecution against their faith. John Dehlin, 41, of Logan, Utah has already purchased his tickets to the Broadway musical and will be flying to New York with a group of 10 people (only one of whom isn’t Mormon) on March 25th. He says...
  • Victoria Jackson and Jerry Johnson discuss Mormonism

    01/17/2011 10:06:38 AM PST · by dragonblustar · 16 replies
    You Tube ^ | 1-13-2011 | Victoria Jackson
    Video of Victoria Jackson and Jerry Johnson discussing Mormonism. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxQED8SXFMA&feature=player_embedded
  • Things You Didn't Know About Vatican II

    01/14/2011 4:13:19 PM PST · by markomalley · 14 replies
    Ten things you didn't know about Vatican II - 1. The single most important event of the 20th century EVER!!!! 2. Vatican II was not on the grassy knoll in Dallas, but it knows who was. 3. It stopped the Global Ice Age back in the 70's, and it could solve global warming climate change climate disruption if it wanted to. 4. It shut down the BP oil spill. 5. It helped end the Great Depression. 6. It discovered penicillin. 7. It brought about the DH rule in baseball, the two-point conversion in the NFL, and the shootout to break...
  • Gawker: The Pope Hates Your Weird Name

    01/11/2011 10:02:44 AM PST · by Alex Murphy · 25 replies
    Gawker ^ | January 10, 2011 | Max Read
    Uh-oh! Are you named something weird, like "Trig" or "Bristol"? You might go to Hell! Or at least, get in trouble with the Pope. He told some people that Catholics should have Christian names, and Italians flipped out. According to Reuters, the Italian press freaked at this: The pope... said... that every new member of the faith acquires the character of a son or daughter of the Church "starting from a Christian name." This, he said, was "an unequivocal sign that the Holy Spirit gives a rebirth to people in the womb of the Church." "Give Your Children Christian Names,"...
  • 'Capture' offers unique game play [Book of Mormon card game]

    01/10/2011 9:14:09 AM PST · by T Minus Four · 9 replies
    Mormon Times ^ | 10 January 2011 7:00am | Ryan Morgenegg
    Capture: A Book of Mormon Card Game is a strategy game of collecting and matching that is appropriate for LDS family time. Instead of slapping an LDS theme on a version of existing games like Go Fish or War, Capture offers unique game play, quick decisions and attractive cartoon artwork. Capture has two decks of cards called play cards and goal cards. The standard-sized playing cards in the play deck depict a person, place or item from Book of Mormon stories along with action cards. The goal deck is comprised of larger cards that depict two different items from the...
  • Hitler Rails Against Pope Benedict (Warning: Religion Forum Humor)

    01/04/2011 8:50:47 AM PST · by markomalley · 4 replies
    YouTube ^ | 2/8/2010 | Devin Rose
    Hitler learns of Pope Benedict's popularity and blows his top. A quick way to learn about the issues in Benedict's pontificate.
  • Vanity Goodbye

    01/01/2011 7:29:11 AM PST · by Global2010 · 91 replies
    So Sorry but have to say Zot me. Before you zot this account I would like to leave our email. cglangley@gmail.com I love so many here but the "cliques" and unfamily curse wordes;power trips; mentally unbalanced posters who feel they run the forums are just creepy. I Love so many for their years of advocating even those I huge lee disagree with. Salvation;Quix;tubebender;anamerican mom;bd476 are just a few that I felt family with since 1998. Good Luck Jim Robinson. May God Bless you into and beyond 2011 Bye.
  • Jihad Bells

    12/23/2010 5:17:43 PM PST · by vrwc54 · 4 replies
    You Tube ^ | 12/23/10 | Latma TV, Israel
    This is one of their best. It's about the religion of "peace" treatment of Christians done through satire.
  • The 12 Doctrines of Christmas (Humor Break)

    12/21/2010 5:35:43 AM PST · by Gamecock · 5 replies
    ENJOY
  • Larry the Vatican II Guy gets a lesson in ad orientam worship

    12/16/2010 1:24:10 AM PST · by Balt · 3 replies
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6khnt7DXOlY ^ | 12/16/2010 | Fr. J. Michael Venditti
    Larry has a problem with the new priest, and gets a lesson in Liturgical history by Sarah. Here's the link to the YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6khnt7DXOlY
  • Birth of a Mormon Tradition: Jello!

    12/15/2010 8:20:04 AM PST · by Alex Murphy · 56 replies
    Keepapitchinin ^ | December 13, 2010 | Ardis E. Parshall
    I don’t recall ever being served, at home or at a ward function, green gelatin with shredded carrots set in it. I have been served – and have served – all kinds of gelatin concoctions – most of them quite good (raspberries and sour cream, mmmm! cranberries and chopped walnuts, mmmm!), and others … well … I remember Jell-o’s short-lived 1960s flirtation with vegetable flavored gelatin. Yeah, I can hear your “Ewww!” already. But they were good! If you’re going to put shredded carrots in Jell-o, doesn’t it make more sense to use celery-flavored gelatin than orange or lime? (The...
  • Please Stay in the ELCA

    12/11/2010 7:40:38 AM PST · by Enought · 5 replies · 1+ views
    Exposing the ELCA ^ | 12/9/10 | Dan Skogen
    Exposing the ELCA cartoon called "Please Stay in the ELCA." Here is the link.