Marypalz

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When I’m about to argue over the Internet

When I’m about to argue over the Internet

February 27, 2013 8:05 pm February 26, 2013 4:19 pm
"Who here does NOT go to a hand-raising church?"

"Who here does NOT go to a hand-raising church?"

February 16, 2013 1:38 pm
Always Be Running With Scissors: Reasons why Henry Ian Cusik should be the 12th Doctor

docmidnight:

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  1. Doctor Who has been trying to increase its American audience recently, and what better way to do that than using an actor who was a main character in the most popular show in America a few years ago (LOST)
  2. He’s a fantastic British actor who is high profile enough to fit with the show’s…

WHOA. It would be so perfect!!!

1:33 pm
did-you-get-my-text:

Damn it Desmond you had ONE job!

did-you-get-my-text:

Damn it Desmond you had ONE job!

February 15, 2013 9:02 pm
restlesshippo:

 The Catholic Church can’t change
“Sorry to be a wet blanket, but the Catholic Church is not going to change its teaching on any of the fun stuff (contraception, female “ordination,” homosexuality, abortion, etc.) with the next pope.
Nor will it ever.
Our call to live counter-culturally is as old as the church itself. We believe in a God who lived among us, died for us, and showed us the way to live lives of courage and conviction—whatever our culture. Catholics are called, yes, to engage with the society around them, but not to adapt ourselves to the popular sentiments of our time. Instead, Catholics are called to live in radical service to our God. This includes loving our neighbor as ourselves. This also includes letting go of pleasure as the path to happiness (spoiler: it’s not). There’s nothing modern —or moderate —about that.” (Click title for more….)
Thank goodness!

restlesshippo:

The Catholic Church can’t change

“Sorry to be a wet blanket, but the Catholic Church is not going to change its teaching on any of the fun stuff (contraception, female “ordination,” homosexuality, abortion, etc.) with the next pope.

Nor will it ever.

Our call to live counter-culturally is as old as the church itself. We believe in a God who lived among us, died for us, and showed us the way to live lives of courage and conviction—whatever our culture. Catholics are called, yes, to engage with the society around them, but not to adapt ourselves to the popular sentiments of our time. Instead, Catholics are called to live in radical service to our God. This includes loving our neighbor as ourselves. This also includes letting go of pleasure as the path to happiness (spoiler: it’s not). There’s nothing modern —or moderate —about that.” (Click title for more….)

Thank goodness!

February 13, 2013 10:53 pm

Walking around campus, getting funny looks because I DON’T have ashes on my forehead.