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    Sunday, November 23, 2008

    Judgement? Sorry, Christ is PC non-Judgemental

    Wow, the readings today re Christ the King just shout of Judgement.
    The sleek and strong? Out!
    The goats? Out to the fire created for the devil and his angels.
    How much plainer could it be?
    Show of hands please... who heard a homily today having anything to do about Judgement? I heard nothing.
    How encouraging. Could it be the mother's milk that the Priests think is all that we can tolerate, or is it that they have forgotten that final thing called Judgement? If not forgotten, perhaps they're just too PC to mention it. Judgement is very judgemental you know.
    Today one Priest relayed to me how there was controversy about this mosaic in the Basilica at first because Jesus looked so mad.
    Right ;)

    Saturday, November 15, 2008

    Naive arrival

    Tech leaders to unite world religions with the "golden rule".

    For probably good reason, they sound like competent High School Sophomores that have yet to take their History Class. With their high self-esteem I think they are expecting an "A" for effort and originality.

    They have simply arrived and had a bright idea regarding one of the most perplexing works of the devil ever invented.

    Of course, these well meaning folks see religion as a tool of culture rather than anything deeper they have yet to understand.

    Hollywood and techies to the rescue. God save us.

    A little humor for your morning coffee...


    The Golden Rule essentially calls on people to do unto others as they would have done unto them.

    "The chief task of our time is to build a global society where people of all persuasions can live together in peace and harmony," Armstrong said.

    "If we do not achieve this, it seems unlikely that we will have a viable world to hand on to the next generation."

    A website launched Friday with the backing of technology industry and Hollywood elite urges people worldwide to help craft a framework for harmony between all religions.

    "Tedizens" include Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin along with other Internet icons as well as celebrities such as Forest Whittaker and Cameron Diaz.

    Wishes granted at TED envision ways to better the world and come with a promise that Tedizens will lend their clout and capabilities to making them come true.

    Friday, November 14, 2008

    May this little one pray for us.

    Pray for the half of us who do not know what we are doing.


    Picture compliments of Jill Stanek blog.


    Who's going to the March in Washington DC in January? It's a worthy message for our new president as he unfolds his plan to bring the nation together.

    Thursday, November 13, 2008

    New talk

    The U.N. is for talking. I'm surprised a little regarding the negative comments about having Saudia Arabia lead the "U.N. Faith Forum" that have come forth.
    It lends itself to humor I know. But, this is what inviting everyone to the table feels like.
    We shall see. And with Obama, we shall see more.
    "Humanity is in moral bankruptcy, and we are in need of being bailed out," d'Escoto said. Asked whether Saudi Arabia had the moral standing to preside over the event, d'Escoto said: "I never conceived the United Nations as an organization of saints. We are in the world a community of sinners . . . and we should accept warmly any brother who wants to join forces to resolve" the most pressing problems.

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