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For a country that gets so annoyed when foreigners (mainly Americans, let’s start by pointing fingers) claim to be from here when they’re from the place where they’re from, Irish people tend to love claiming anyone with a barely tangential historical relationship with Ireland. 469 more words
Disciples of The Leader Otis,
Brother Henry here.
As we mentioned last week, Charlie has been visiting the Guardians a lot more in Cookie’s absence. Well, this afternoon I noticed him doing something else I rarely saw him do when Cookie was still here. 334 more words
This question is particularly interesting in these times. The existence of the Limbo of Children (separate from the Limbo of the Fathers, in the Old Testament) on the one hand, is denied by some Protestants and on the other is misunderstood by many Catholics, either believing that souls detained there suffer or that we can ‘baptize’ them ‘at a distance’! 3,053 more words