venerdì, dicembre 30, 2005

Wear Different

I had to. Forgive me :P

lunedì, dicembre 26, 2005

Christmas Birds

From here:
"Christmas Birds"

Once there was a man. He was a
decent, upstanding citizen in his community, a devoted husband and father, and
was liked by all who knew him. By all accounts he was a success. But he did not
believe in Christmas.
Oh, he might believe in God,
more or less. He could accept the possibility that there was a single, great,
all powerful being whose mighty hand had put the universe in motion. But that
was the very essence of his argument against Christmas! If such a mighty being
existed, why would He come to Earth as a helpless baby, born in poverty in a
barn? Why not come in all His splendor and glory? Why not let people know who's
in charge?
So, as another Christmas
approached, he once again declined his wife's offer to join her and the children
in attending Christmas Eve church service. He watched them leave, then he curled
up in his easy chair with the evening paper and his favorite pipe.
Soon his family had departed,
the wind outside began to grow stronger. It buffeted the house and wailed
through the trees. As the man got up to place another log on the fire, he
suddenly heard what sounded like a snowball 'thud' against the window of his
reading room...

read the whole story here

anti-Catholic Microsoft

extreme Catholic just gave me another reason to keep away from Microsoft products:
"Bill Gates' foundation is perhaps the largest source of contributions to population control and abortion funding in the third world."

read the whole thing here.

giovedì, dicembre 22, 2005

Ermine Pope

How d'ya like this for papal fashion?

mercoledì, dicembre 14, 2005

If only you were warm or cold


"Thankfully the Church is preserved in its teaching, but that doesn't change the fact that its practices have often been geared toward this faulty logic--that is, pushing 10 active parishioners (and 1 vocation to the religious life) out to draw in one person who somehow never materializes, because he never actually cared about the Faith anyway."

This is SO true. The Church gains nothing by allowing dissent, rather the opposite. But the only way to make the Church realize this seems to be either that the dissenters leave (unlikely, since they won't get thrown out, and they are stupid enough to believe that the Church will change what cannot be changed), or open persecution. And I am beginning to hope for the latter. The blood of the Martyrs is what keeps the Church strong, and the Church is currently weakening.

Another good thing about martyrs (if you're considering that option) is that to be beatified you don't even need miracles - instant beatification - yay! :P

martedì, dicembre 06, 2005

Surprise surprise...

You scored as Roman Catholic. You are Roman Catholic. Church tradition and ecclesial authority are hugely important, and the most important part of worship for you is mass. As the Mother of God, Mary is important in your theology, and as the communion of saints includes the living and the dead, you can also ask the saints to intercede for you.

Roman Catholic


Neo orthodox


Evangelical Holiness/Wesleyan






Modern Liberal


Classical Liberal


Reformed Evangelical




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