Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Women and the catholic church

why would a woman come within fifty feet of a catholic church. listen up ladies .....they dont particularly like your kind. the church has done everything in its power to hold women back. original sin......your fault. hell, thats just the start. doesnt the bible read that god created everyone in his own image....well....why arent women good enough to be priests (at least you can commiserate with the gays). lets see a church run by all men is against abortion and birth control.....who would have guessed. wise up ladies , tell them to pound off. if you think its going to get better with the new pope then think again. this pope doesnt only look like he was born in the sixth century......he thinks like that too.


Marinade Dave said...

And did you know the last pope never did outright condemn pedophilia among priests? I think his thoughts leaned more towards the "if I look the other way, maybe the issue will just go away" approach. I'm not Catholic, but I think that has been a problem with the church. Not facing issues from a contemporary point of view and head on.

Thanks for the comment on my blog. I really appreciate it.

Anonymous said...

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shoes said...

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This Girl I Used to Know said...

This is why when my name and the word "Catholic" are in a sentence together, the word "Lapsed" is also always involved.

shoes said...

hey mine too. its funny how we are indoctrinated into a faith as a child and how it changes as we get older. i guess thats why fundamentalist's scare me so much

George In Denver said...

Good post.

You left a very kind comment on my blog and I sincerely appreciate it.

Wanted to tell you I've been to Pittsburgh once -- to view the city of Pittsburgh's PeopleSoft financial management system. I thought the confluence of what? three rivers was pretty cool. Denver was established upon the confluence of only two rivers, by the way. (Yeah, it had to have been three rivers as isn't that the name of the stadium.)

Anyway, good posts. And, once again, thanks for the kind comments.