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 Post subject: Re: Women "Priests" at Mass Today
PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2012 12:31 pm 
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that was states , not counties according to the anointed one :fyi:


I read once that the Jesuit's plotted with the South during the Civil War and if the South had won, then each state would have become a country. ( I really DID read that)

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Each state would have remained a separate country, loosely confederated under a central authority.

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The South will rise again. :fyi:


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 Post subject: Re: Women "Priests" at Mass Today
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I meant to emphasize the REMAINED part of that.

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Each state would have remained a separate country, loosely confederated under a central authority.
Not exactly -- more like the Articles of Confederation.

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I meant to emphasize the REMAINED part of that.
Which is why the erring Sisters needed to be returned to their rightful role.

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 Post subject: Re: Women "Priests" at Mass Today
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The South will rise again. :fyi:
With similar results. But, back to womyn priestesses.

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Cubano wrote:
faithfulservant wrote:
that was states , not counties according to the anointed one :fyi:


I read once that the Jesuit's plotted with the South during the Civil War and if the South had won, then each state would have become a country. ( I really DID read that)


Ah. CHarles Chiniquy, I believe.

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The South will rise again. :fyi:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PL-1T9g5-vU

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 Post subject: Re: Women "Priests" at Mass Today
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mea wrote:
The South will rise again. :fyi:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PL-1T9g5-vU

That was nice and all, but totally ignored Texas getting a new governor now that Perry bombed his presidential run and our subsequent secession. :fyi:

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HalJordan wrote:
Cubano wrote:
faithfulservant wrote:
that was states , not counties according to the anointed one :fyi:


I read once that the Jesuit's plotted with the South during the Civil War and if the South had won, then each state would have become a country. ( I really DID read that)


Ah. CHarles Chiniquy, I believe.


might have been our good buddy Jack Chick (say a prayer or Rosary for him will ya'....)

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 Post subject: Re: Women "Priests" at Mass Today
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faithfulservant wrote:
mea wrote:
The South will rise again. :fyi:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PL-1T9g5-vU

:cry: Too bad so many people think that this guy represents Southerners in general (which is not to say that many Southerners don't agree with those sentiments...)


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 Post subject: Re: Women "Priests" at Mass Today
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Has it been decided that you are going to try and snag some evidence?

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 Post subject: Re: Women "Priests" at Mass Today
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INsearch wrote:
Has it been decided that you are going to try and snag some evidence?

Well, unless someone has a better idea, I was assuming that a video tape would be good. Also, it would have to be surreptitious. That means hidden camcorder in a button, or a hat, glasses, etc. I'm also trying to work out the possibility of getting a "partner in crime." I don't want to lie to my friend, and tell her that I want to go again. I don't want her to know that I intend to do this. Cowardly? Maybe so.

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 Post subject: Re: Women "Priests" at Mass Today
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MySweetLord wrote:
INsearch wrote:
Has it been decided that you are going to try and snag some evidence?

Well, unless someone has a better idea, I was assuming that a video tape would be good. Also, it would have to be surreptitious. That means hidden camcorder in a button, or a hat, glasses, etc. I'm also trying to work out the possibility of getting a "partner in crime." I don't want to lie to my friend, and tell her that I want to go again. I don't want her to know that I intend to do this. Cowardly? Maybe so.

Well they must have other Masses that your friend doesn't attend ay?

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 Post subject: Re: Women "Priests" at Mass Today
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INsearch wrote:
MySweetLord wrote:
INsearch wrote:
Has it been decided that you are going to try and snag some evidence?

Well, unless someone has a better idea, I was assuming that a video tape would be good. Also, it would have to be surreptitious. That means hidden camcorder in a button, or a hat, glasses, etc. I'm also trying to work out the possibility of getting a "partner in crime." I don't want to lie to my friend, and tell her that I want to go again. I don't want her to know that I intend to do this. Cowardly? Maybe so.

Well they must have other Masses that your friend doesn't attend ay?

I didn't bother to ask her if all Masses are the same, or if some are "charismatic" and some are traditional. I'd better check.

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 Post subject: Re: Women "Priests" at Mass Today
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Checked their website. One "traditional" at 8:00, and the "Gospel" Mas (which I experienced) at 10:00.

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I found this:

http://cul.detmich.com/girouxoped.html

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jaw ..... floor.....

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 Post subject: Re: Women "Priests" at Mass Today
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MySweetLord wrote:


I know the guy who wrote that article.

He is in my parish. Two of his daughters were on the Tanzania mission I went on and his son is in my Boy Scout troop. His brother is a Fransiscan of the Renewal.

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