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The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? the Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?

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ccd741  No.796610[Reply]

We will built it back, we will make it something bigger and stronger than before.

It will take many generations.

b5ea65  No.796652

You could probably do it in a decade with modern technology but I don't think France is there economically to pull off a feat as that


c3340a  No.796655

>>796610

Of course, Macron is very fortunate to have such an accident which he can become the hero of.


054171  No.796679

Will the rebuild feel as inspired with the lack of belief among the French people?


58fae6  No.796694

Isnt the property owned by the church? I heard some in the other thread say the French govt would rebuod6something horrendous . But the church owns the lot right?


5cb3c5  No.796730

>>796694

They should rebuild a prison for pedophile Catholics on the lot.




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e7b1cb  No.792808[Reply]

>'Another (theory) is that the religious right kind of cleaved moderate Christianity and a lot of moderate Christians who were moderately attached said they didn't want to defend Jerry Falwell … and all the anti-gay and anti- abortion religious rights leaders,' Burge said. 'So they said, 'You know what? I'm out.'

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6886705/Is-America-Godless-number-people-no-religion-rose-266-three-decades.html

When will it get better? When does the religious revival happen? How can it even happen when half the popular normalfag shows are 2deep4u pretentious liberal shows that glorify nihilism and "dude gods not real lmao"?

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e9bcd4  No.796132

I'm neither Catholic or Orthodox, but if Orthodox were the true unchanging church, they need to change the wardrobe. Their monks and priests look like the Grim Reaper. Jesus told us to be lights of the world. Not signify blackness and death. And when he told us we must die to the world, he meant embrace life. The world itself already embraces death - we are to be the opposite. Not even old Orthodox icons of saints or catacomb paintings reflected such a look. The teaching to take on the Death appearance is a recent change.


202d28  No.796318

>>796130

It was not for the support of Deism, nor has it been the position of the nation itself. As for the Vatican's reaction to the American Revolution:

http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/03381b.htm

"In common with their fellow-citizens, the Catholics of the United States hailed with joy the election of George Washington as first president under the new Constitution. Before the inauguration Bishop Carroll, on behalf of the Catholic clergy, united with the representatives of the Catholic laity (Charles Carrollton, and Daniel Carroll of Maryland, Dominick Lynch of New York, and Thomas FitzSimons of Pennsylvania) in an address of congratulation, admirable for its sentiments of exalted patriotism ["An Address from the Roman Catholics of America to George Washington, Esq., President of the United States", London, 1790, fol.; reprint New York, 1865, facsimile and notes; see Shea, op. cit., 349-50, and ibid., the memorable and cordial reply of Washington (12 March, 1790) "To the Roman Catholics of the United States", in which he says: "I presume that your fellow-citizens will not forget the patriotic part which you took in the accomplishment of their Revolution, and the establishment of your Government, or the important assistance which they received from a nation in which the Roman Catholic faith is professed." The original of this reply is preserved in the Archives of the Archbishop of Baltimore]. It may not be out of place to quote here the noble words of Bishop Carroll himself, addressed (10 June, 1789) to a maligner of Catholics: "Their blood flowed as freely (in proportion to their numbers) to cement the fabric of independence as that of any of their fellow-citizens. They concurred with perhaps greater unanimity than any other body of men in recommending and promoting that government from whose influence America anticipates all the blessings of justice, peace, plenty, good order, and civil and religious liberty" (Brent, 97, see below; Shea, op. cit., 153). "

Only one Deist actually signed the declaration of Independence, Bishop Carroll being the only Catholic, the rest Protestant. His Brother Charles CarrPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


76d286  No.796444

>>796132

You should visit some parishes before casting judgment. My priest wears purple, red, all sorts of vestment colours, all traditional of course.

>>796318

I guess that just speaks to the corruption of the Vatican. The American revolution was ushering in a completely secular masonic rule, it was the prelude to the French Revolution. This is why I’m not a Roman Catholic.


76d286  No.796452

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f8ccb8  No.796721

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>>796444

>claims to be corruption of the vatican

>was constantly at the forefront being persecuted freemasonry

>overthrew the disaster that was state churches as the Anglos had a history of persecuting practicing Catholics

>America affirmed previous theological teachings of natural rights

What




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c9e0fa  No.796233[Reply]

F

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e5fadb  No.796835

What is the narrative in your countries's journals about the investigation? My country's said the French police opened it as a "involuntary destruction" case, and that the restoration workers pointed at an accidental cause.

Any more details or conflicting press releases?


d4c1fd  No.796843

>tfw it wasn't a terrorist attack

>tfw a clumsy welder accidentally destroyed a Wonder of the world


ed1924  No.796895

>>796405

Those balls with the crosses remind me of the heads of the robots from Nier: Automata. I initially thought that's what they were.


f626ab  No.796926

>>796447

The guy was not banned. You can find those responses are still there. That;s how.

I do not understand the banning protocol at all


f626ab  No.796927

>>796682

Yeah sure…I am pretty sure that one needs to be a jew-lover (read someone who worships muh chosenites or excuses anything they do) to enter the presence of God.

It's not like we should uncover deeds of darkness, as is written in Ephesians.

Unless you tell them what they do is wrong and they convert, none of them will get to heaven. You realize that our task is to convert people, help our people and protect our people against evil right?

Reading your posts you always however bend what is said in order to make it fit your preconceived notions.

>>796687

You conflate judging and straightening up a sinner. The first we should not do, the second is OUR TASK TO DO to help the sinners. Not doing so is uncharitable and basically it is failing at being a good Christians.

Less "feews", more charity to unbelievers and sinners. Nobody here says we decide who gets where. But we were instructed what the conditions are and we must spread the gospel. Even if it hurts someone's feels(even yours here)

>>796607

Nope. There were some of those. But more than half of the posts were posts bashing jews.




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d2986f  No.795622[Reply]

I thought this thread would be useful for many anons that haven't gone to Confession in a while to start Holy week with the right foot

Lets see if we can get the mods to allow other languages as well

Masturbation => Impure/Obscene acts

Watching pornography => I have watched obscenities

Bestiality & other abominations => I've been sexually immoral

Fornication => I have failed to keep chaste

Sacrilege => I have been irreverent to vehicles of worship

Cross-dressing => ?

Drunkenness => I failed to drink in moderation

Violence => I have harmed anthers body

Can someone think of a euphemism for "rubbing yourself against a girl" in Spanish, thanks

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1221d0  No.795797

>>795622 (OP)

Don't tiptoe if you don't want your confession to be of doubtful validity, demons will use it to cause uncertainty.neither go into to much detail. confess the specie of the sin and number or frequency as best as you can.


fa35c9  No.796020

>>795758

Clearly you wish to be better, and this is all Our Lord is focused on. And given that you are faithfully confessing these sins, I'm sure this is all your priest is focused on also. The fact that you are humble enough to keep confessing is a sign that God's grace is at work in you. Keep it up anon, and pray your rosary always!

One thing though. Was the beastiality stuff before your baptism? If not, you must confess this sin specifically. A single unconfessed mortal sin is the difference between life and death. This could also be the act of humility that gives you the strength to leave your other sins of impurity behind. God bless you in the struggle.


0d7509  No.796043

>>795622

>I did things with my pp -> I have committed adultery


d76631  No.796048

No way, just straight up say what you did. I practically ran to church to do confession this morning and told him how I got drunk last night. When I was severely struggling with porn, I'd be frank and ask forgiveness for watching pornography.

I think I the only time I may have used a euphemism was in my first confession when I was trying to cover everything I'd done in the last 25 years, but I also didn't over generalize; I specifically mentioned fornication, drunkenness, and porn use. I said something along the lines of "sexual actions" for when I took pictures and received them years ago, as that also covered anything I missed with the previous statements.

tl;dr don't use euphemisms, be frank. But slight generalization is ok so long as it's kept relatively narrow in scope.


11856e  No.796275

>>795797

Yeah, this. Don't be scrupulous but also don't beat around the bush. I guarantee you that priests have heard things ten times more winnie the poohed up than your sins.




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0f1df3  No.795848[Reply]

So, how was the Palm Sunday Mass?

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63b74c  No.796141

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>>796093

I think youre being a bit dramatic friend; sexual obsession is beat through labor and mindfulness of purpose. One thing I did to help temper my lust was working out, as well as limiting my screen time because the more time I spent on it the more I felt the temptation. Combine them both with prayer for resolve and you should slowly climb out of your hole.

God bless.


074e61  No.796194

Great actually. Was a bit upset that my friend decided to decline my church invitation last minute because she had a plans that wasn't brought up beforehand.

Another minor bothersome thing was that we were told to sing the processional hymn around the church only to find out that was unnecessary as we were told to start from the beginning once we reached the parish doorway. But other than that great service. We reenacted the passion and I had a part in it since I was in the choir. We even did a Latin song during the offering which was cool but I kinda suck at the pronunciation. Fortunately the rest of the choir knew.


9042a2  No.796205

>>796054

>>796067

>>796093

>guaranteedreplies.jpg.mp3.exe.ogg


79502d  No.796224

>>796067

>>796054

I seriously cannot tell if this is a sh*tpost or not. If not:

You are a man, not a woman.

Stop larping as woman.

Stop being a faggot

Stop being a "tranny".

First talk to the priest if that does not help seek psychiatric help.

>>795982

what? strange community, any other churches nearby where you could go?


4abb92  No.796235

>>796224

>>796205

I dont think he's a troll. He's a guy that comes here every once in a while. I think he needs real help. But he does not listen to our advice, that we have given time and again, like bruh he is waiting to God to show up and throw his hormone pills away. Anyway, let's pray for him.




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416c3c  No.553707[Reply]

New meme thread because the old one is autosaging, starting with a request: I need the exploitable 8ch logo, have this crop in return

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3b269f  No.795981

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3b8117  No.796111

>>794685

No.

http://beggarsallreformation.blogspot.com/2005/12/luther-said-christ-committed-adultery.html

Don't believe anything Catholics say or claim about Martin Luther. It's all bullshit. Even atheists don't misrepresent the Bible as badly as Catholics misrepresent Luther. I don't think the majority of them are dishonest, I think they just hear these things form other Catholics who heard them from other Catholics and so on in a five hundred year long game of telephone and they just run with everything without stopping to consider whether or not what they've been told is actually true.


145fe9  No.796119

>>796111

Makes sense, so he was talking about how the world reproached Christ for drunkenness and adultery, and Luther was just giving a plausible reading of a situation in the Bible


42ef94  No.796213

>>796111

I've never heard of this claim before and I am Catholic.


e1d1f4  No.796221

>>773260

>the future of Christianity is in Africa




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584be9  No.779712[Reply]

The purpose of this thread is for all discussion relating to Lent 2019 leading into the suffering, death, and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ during Holy Week and Easter. May you all have a blessed Lent and let the journey to the passion and the resurrection begin:

>Now Jesus, going up to Jerusalem, took the twelve disciples aside on the road and said to them,

>“Behold, we are going up to Jerusalem, and the Son of Man will be betrayed to the chief priests and to the scribes; and they will condemn Him to death,

>and deliver Him to the Gentiles to mock and to scourge and to crucify. And the third day He will rise again.”

>Matthew 20:17-19

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76b0b9  No.793512

Here's a question about fasting during Lent - what if you were already eating very little? I've engaged in some serious portion control (along with cutting out pasta, rice, potato and bread) and lost 23kgs in 9 months. I was already basically on two small and one medium meals a day…but that's what you cut to for fasting. Do I need to cut from that, or does it already count?


f07c70  No.793993

>>793512

You are more suited to be a monk than many on this board


9ea050  No.794010

>>793481

Well, it's all about return to Christ, not abstentions for proving how tough you are. Quitting 4chan was the right move for you imho based on what you've said.

I did a lot of cutting things out this lent and tbh of all the things I did reject, the only thing that stuck was not drinking alcohol. Of course I learned from my attempts at other things, but I still know I went several bridges too far.

Getting rid of alcohol was such an excellent grace to receive, but as for the rest of it which included video games, I know I have a computer addiction now, and that is something that I cannot fix at the moment. The computer is too ingrained in my life, and too essential for work.


a97df8  No.796156

>holy week

>sudden outburst of lustful thoughts.

aaaaaargh I have to go to confession and then keep the good work up. This is literally the most difficult time of the year. The devil is the most active. I was in library today, studying and I was aroused by thoughts about my ex. This has not happened for such a long time. There was no end to it until I prayed.

I just hope I can keep it up afterwards. There is less time to go to confession again and I want to have this clear throughout the easter.


7c4d70  No.796200

>>796156

Makes sense, I had one of my hardest times yesterday as well, just woke up thinking of sex, got up and nearly started fapping while peeing, afterwards like pure trash almost all the rest of the day, and also kept thinking how I would relapse soon after lent. really messed up, luckily, I woke up in a better mood today.




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7e1d36  No.795648[Reply]

Reading Roger Scruton made me aware of Simone Weil's existence, what does /christian/ think of her? Has anyone read any of her work?

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e0216a  No.796108

Idk about her works, but god gave her two signs and she still refused to to recieve initiation into the church out of some kind of pseudo solidarity and martyrdom, goes to show how stiff necked Jews really are.


72a7d4  No.796110

>>796102

A commie Jew who fought against Franco in the Spanish Civil War.


51ecc6  No.796164

>>796102

>>796110

Dont forget about all the LARPing she did and the fact she committed suicide through starvation out of "solidarity" with France - the one thing her wealthy parents could bail her out of this time.


614b15  No.796173

>>796070

Reminder that the age of consent in the Vatican pre-Vatican 2 was 12.


7e1d36  No.796210

>>796164

Ok, I get the picture now. A useless brat




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9b9303  No.779252[Reply]

Interesting /pol/ thread here.

https://8ch.net/pol/res/12875297.html

Atheism and darwinism comes from father deprivation

People like Sigmund Freud, Voltaire, Nietzsche, Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, … They all have something in common…

They all had a defective, weak or absent father.

And I mean it's pretty much obvious that if you don't have a healthy relationship with your father, then he won't pass you strong and healthy moral values…And then, people ask themselves "what's the purpose of life ?" and then, they fall in meaninglessness, moral relativism and thus degeneracy..Why do you think that there is so much degeneracy, liberalism and atheism in places like Reeedit ? Because they had very poor parental development in their critical childhood phase and in their teenager phase, and it makes them weak and vulnerable to this society that promote (cultural) Marxists values like "God does not exist, Religion is the opium of the people…There are no objective moral, no objective truths, it's all relative, it's all meaningless, just have as much degenerate fun as you want, play your video games all day, watch TV all day, masturbate all day and watch porn all day, life as no meaning anyway".

When you think about it, it makes total sense.

Many famous Atheists/Darwinists have daddy issues. It feeds their irrationality.

See here between 33:35 - 45:00 .

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JntmuKyj1KU

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eeddac  No.782522

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You can add Mohammed to the father deprived.


3e9a0a  No.782541

>People like Sigmund Freud, Voltaire, Nietzsche, Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, … They all have something in common…

>They all had a defective, weak or absent father.

so did Hitler


1f6e66  No.784555

guess all the fatherless simps in the catalog are exceptions then


7a4f0f  No.784615

>>782541

Considering what little good (joking, he did awful evils to ay the least) Adolf did to the world…yeah, he's another proof that we need good father figures.


b7ed95  No.796131

bump




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112189  No.795605[Reply]

I want to be a Catholic, but I'm too weak and evil. Looking at the entirety of history, religion and philosophy, everything leads to Catholicism. Catholicism is beautiful and true on a cosmic scale, the good of Christ, Mary and the saints are real and eternal. I wish I could find a place in this grand narrative, I wish I could fulfill my obligation, from which I exist for. I can't do it though, I keep failing, I also love sin, and I feel comfortable self loathing. I don't want to suffer.

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27f669  No.795849

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>>795610

>Mary was a sinner


27f669  No.795853

>>795666

>Satan trips


fd8983  No.795877

>>795849

Not even St. Chrysostom believed she was sinless. He illustrated this by pointing to her pride when Jesus entered Nazareth and sent him a message that she was waiting for him. She did this in a moment that interrupted the crowds, and Jesus had his attention on them. It's not a great sin, but a very simple human one.. a small sliver of pride. Because she herself is human. And by recognizing her humanity first, only then can we appreciate how holy she actually was. Same with John the Baptist, our other great saint. Jesus called him the greatest born of women, but even John wasn't perfect. In his moment of despair, he had doubts about our Lord and sent messengers asking to confirm again.. betraying his previous confidence at the Jordan river. When we see the humanity of these two, we see how amazing they actually are.. instead of deifying them to the point that they can't be identified with at all. They are the first and chief saints of our church, but they would be unhelpful is we were unable to learn from them and where they couldn't identify with us and help us.

Nor did great saints like St. Ephraim teach odd 19th century doctrines like the immaculate conception, but gave the glory of St. Mary's sanctified process to Jesus' conception instead - not Mary's own conception. "As ligh­t­ning illu­mi­na­tes what is hid­den, so also Christ puri­fies what is hid­den in the nature of things. He puri­fied the Vir­gin also and then was born, so as to show that where Christ is, there is mani­fest purity in all its power." -St. Ephraim

What Catholics call "tradition" is only 200 years old or so, streaming from equally faulty preconceptions of original sin. They should tap into the riches of even older teachings.


be8059  No.796073

>>795877

>Not even St. Chrysostom believed she was sinless.

Of which, St. John C is one of the notable lone dissenters. If the objection of one Saint is worth throwing out dogma, then we must surely point to St. Augustine as a good Saint that invalidates most, if not all Orthodox critique against the West.

>but gave the glory of St. Mary's sanctified process to Jesus' conception instead - not Mary's own conception.

The Catholics teach that it is both, who could place a limit on the limitless bounties of Christ?

>What Catholics call "tradition" is only 200 years old or so

Prove it.


be8059  No.796075

>>795786

>While the Catholic Church and Eastern Orthodox Church believe in the Dormition of the Theotokos ("the Falling Asleep of the Mother of God"),[6] whether Mary had a physical death has not been dogmatically defined.

…yes? the article proved my point




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5c3a28  No.795787[Reply]

I have about 15 Bibles at the moment. KJV, NKJV, NRSV, CSB and a few study Bibles but I'd like to collect more just to make sure I have as much variety in my Bible collection as possible

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5d4c4f  No.795838

>>795805

I think the opposite. Most study bibles are worthless and just giant sectarian tracts. The best I've seen is the Archaeological Study Bible though, but it's out of print. Very lacking in theological commentary, but completely based on everything else. And beautifully designed as well (looks like a Indiana Jones bible or something). It's been replaced by the "Cultural Backgrounds" bible which is good too, but not as extensive.


9d19eb  No.795919

>>795787

The original tablets given to Mose


7ce236  No.795920

>>795838

Have you ever tried the Haydock Douay-Rheims?


9d032a  No.795922

>>795787

As many as it takes for you to actually read it.


41a9a5  No.796065

Hebrew Torah

Latin Vulgate

Greek Septuagint

Greek New Testament

Apocrypha of every 'apostolic' church's deuterocanon.

King James Version




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b4a59b  No.795316[Reply]

Hey there everyone, Cathodox inquirer Anon here, I'm still an inquirer for now and fairly new to Christianity as a whole, I grew up in a non-practicing Christian family so I knew no prayers by heart when I started my journey. Initially I tried constructing a daily prayer rule of my own consisting of morning and evening prayers, that was troublesome because finding translations is hard for most of them (I would prefer to pray in my native language) but more importantly, it was a lot to memorize, I always ended up botching several ones in many places when I tried carry out my daily prayers and ultimately I ended up focusing more on my notes than on the prayers themselves.

So I picked up a prayer book recently for private usage, I went through my first daily prayer routine as slow and focused as I could, followed it best I could, tried to say the words on the pages as if they were my own, overall my morning routine took me 30 minutes which I feel is perfect, I do my best to put my heart into the words as if they were my own but I'm concerned…

We're talking of praying privately and from heart, but for now I only know the Our Father and the Jesus Prayer from heart, so I rely a lot on this prayer book, it just feels wrong but at the same time I think it's the best I can do for now.

What should I do to address this, just pray by the book's daily prayer rule or try to memorize it all?

How do you manage your private prayers /christian/? Do you rely on a prayer book, have a personal daily prayer rule that is well put together and you also know it by heart, maybe something else?

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1b8bcc  No.795609

>>795505

Wow, a subverted person crediting the Bible to modern day yiddish speakers while taking their interpretations as unquestioningly as ever. As much as the first time they lied to you. I'll pray to God for you.

>In meekness instructing those that oppose themselves; if God peradventure will give them repentance to the acknowledging of the truth;

>And that they may recover themselves out of the snare of the devil, who are taken captive by him at his will.

2 Timothy 2:25-26


a7b5e1  No.795807

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>>795525

>>795524

>Let me tell you about your denomination and your culture

The absolute state of Orthodox™ Catechumens…


b4a59b  No.795821

>>795807

You're either ignorant to the point where it's not even funny or just straight up trolling so this is the last one from me, since you've been only providing non-answers when rightfully called out on your Heterodox thinking that's backed up by nothing.

I'm going to hit you with the reality real quick chief, your culture is irrelevant overall when it comes to the faith and no amount of pretending it to be ingrained in your culture and calling others meme converts will prevent you from falling into absolutely heretical thinking like the one you're demonstrating.

How can you deny OT as a whole with a serious face, basing your entire argument on your cultural origin and then cry meme converts?

Take a week off from the internet and study your own theology, you're in dire need of it.


0054ee  No.796053

>>795821

Come on. At least the idea of a "starter pack" is kind of funny.

I had no idea Fr. Stephen Damick (Orthodoxy/Heterodoxy) qualified to be in that though. He seems like a normie and talks like an SJW. He and Seraphim Rose couldn't be more different.


7d1d7f  No.796059

>>795807

Is your meme implying that the Turks are good for massacring Christians?




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91789e  No.795175[Reply]

What's a good way to get over a woman that I was pining for? Especially one who I recently found out was fornicating with someone else.

Any biblical tips for I am feeling lost and like a cuck.

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91789e  No.795671

>>795450

Thank you. I always hear that the best way to get over this is to talk to other girls.


baea3c  No.795843

>>795460

They keep the blood flowing when your body starts shutting down


b536b6  No.795844

>>795175

Find friends worth your time and/or isolate yourself and contemplate and just be with the Lord.. or go to church (either will do! Just focus on the Lord is my point. He will help you).


eedaff  No.795864

Graduate middle school


91789e  No.795999

>>795844

I really want to find a wife. I have no idea where to go to find women…




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4a6d65  No.795781[Reply]

Thoughts on this thing?

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e1cf6a  No.795944

>>795781

jesus looking through


0cc7be  No.795945

>>795813

It's not just a black hole, It's the galactic center's black hole, Sagittarius A. We're orbiting that thing (at a very safe distance, some 150,000ly mind you)


0cc7be  No.795946

>>795945

Correction, that's a different black hole, in the centre of a different galaxy, many many millions of light years away.


a7f678  No.795947

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a7f678  No.795949

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8eb320  No.795819[Reply]

The cathedral of St. Andrä in Austria after being painted white and then given to a modern artist to decorate. Still a functioning Roman Catholic church, built in 1616. It says a lot that they elected to paint the word "fiction" on the outside of the church, which leads me to believe that it was an act of intentional sacrilege.

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4edae1  No.795868

Looks photoshopped


c272b3  No.795871

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>>795819

This is considered blasphemy, which is punishable by a fine or imprisonment in Austria.


dcf787  No.795914

>>795819

>given to a modern artist to decorate

but why


50ed0b  No.795918

Bad photoshop is bad


d115b8  No.795942




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