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« on: February 28, 2012, 09:46:PM »

I've been trying to be less worldly for Lent and thought it might be good to rediscover the more traditional approach to spirituality
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« Reply #1 on: February 29, 2012, 01:00:PM »

I've been trying to be less worldly for Lent and thought it might be good to rediscover the more traditional approach to spirituality

Hi.  Fisheaters has a pretty decent article on this:

Or, do you mean something else?

Either way, hello, hello, hello... Sticking tongue out at you


When you go up to receive communion, you're literally at the foot of the cross.  Standing at all creation's center, the saints gather around.  Martyrs, heroes staring into your very being.  They lived AND died for Christ... can we say the same of ourselves?  What are WE doing to further God's will in this life?  Skipping Mass for our careers?  Our education?  Voting for heads of state, that don't recognize the source of all authority and power?  They won't matter on your deathbed (or whatever end we meet). 

So... why waste time with this modern world's nonsense?  We have our own civilization: CHRISTENDOM.  We must restore it whilst the modern world commits societal suicide. 

It's naive and idealistic to believe government for man by man can succeed.  Restore Christendom in our hearts and homes!  Communities aren't that far off, its a numbers game.

"Accursed is the man that puts his trust in man" Book of Jeremiah Chapter XVII, verse 5.
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« Reply #2 on: February 29, 2012, 01:55:PM »

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