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 Post subject: for god's sake......
PostPosted: Fri Apr 02, 2010 10:53 pm 
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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/8601084.stm

:shock: :shock: are they right in the head? :evil:

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No MPH,they are not right in the head........they believe in creation.
What a disgusting thing to say from the only priest who is allowed to preach to the King of the Paedos.

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so horrible it s hard to describe.

The core difference here is Reverends have wives (well, one!) and families.


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Terrible. As Little Dickie's reaction shows all priests are now in danger of being tarred with the paedo brush which I find very unfair.
At the same time of course the church shouldn't deny, or attempt to ignore, the atrocities that have been committed by 'priests' or rather sick paedophiles who chose the church as a job as it's the easiest route to obtaining a position of trust and providing the best oportunity to be alone with kids. It's a terrible shame for the genuine blokes who are following a true vocation. It's just typical of the powerful, autocratic Catholic chuch to swing their media machine into action and close ranks, they have proved themselves to be out of touch yet again. The silence after the latest allegations followed by a half hearted apology then these follow up comments comparing the reprisals to the holocaust are doing absolutely nothing for the church's credibility.
The Church should be attempting to somehow make amends to the kids who have suffered whilst looking at those they've recruited and retained instead of getting caught up in this pointless argument.


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These Godly types, they like nothing more than a bit of perceived persecution. It's Easter, and there's a lot of it about at the moment, how do they up the anti. Ah, yeah, bring up the Holocaust. Sick, that's what it is.


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I'm not religious at all but hey each to their own.


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the best response has been from the german clergy. the archbishop of canterbury has told it like it is but now he's backpeddaling like a man possessed.

it'll be interesting to see what happens when the pope comes over on his visit. i'll bet there's one or two protests.

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mph wrote:
it'll be interesting to see what happens when the pope comes over on his visit. i'll bet there's one or two protests.


Does the idea of a taxpayer funded state visit makes your blood boil?Then get involved by signing a petition,against state funding of this planned visit,on the number 10 website.

Here's a link via the national secular society website-


http://www.secularism.org.uk/protest-the-pope.html

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I don't like Emperor Palpatine anyway.


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