Tag: protestant

Gone to the Dogs

Ordination of actively homosexual priests is wrong, but at least it’s an issue that intelligent individuals can debate rationally. Having regular pet attendance at communion, however, is absolutely ridiculous. I wonder how widely this practice is considered acceptable by the Anglican hierarchy. Houses of Worship Are Reaching Out To a Flock of Pets Purr Box …

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Intolerant Family

Unfortunately, I’ve experienced some of the familial anti-Catholicism this blogger describes. My mom is a bitter ex-Catholic and we often get into nasty arguments over religion. Compared the following situation, I’m quite lucky, though. My mother and I have a loving relationship filled with plenty of healthy communication. A good friend of mine had it …

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Strange Bedfellows

Here’s another article about the uneasy alliance between Evangelicals and Catholics that’s recently been forged in politics. How the Evangelicals and Catholics Joined Forces In 1960, the last time a Roman Catholic ran for president on the Democratic ticket, evangelical Protestant leaders warned their flocks that electing John F. Kennedy would be like handing the …

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Talk Soup

Since I’ve been listening to quite a bit of Marty Minto lately, I decided to search Google for at-large opinions about him. He doesn’t seem to make much of a splash in the blogosphere (not surprising, since his broadcast is local to Pittsburgh), but I did find the following. Talking the Talk, Driving the Drive …

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Bitter-sweet

Moved by the Spirit to Govern BRASILIA, Brazil ? Most of the books on Adelor Vieira’s desk are what you’d expect for a congressman busy with the machinery of state: a copy of the civil code, a handy reference guide to laws on local governance. But tucked to one side, within easy reach, lies the …

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