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    In nomine Patris, et Filii, et Spiritus Sancti, Amen.
    Hi there, I'm Pelly!
    A Catholic with a lot to learn but willing to try. I'm from Britain but I don't actually like drinking tea, so I guess you could say I'm full of surprises (: I enjoy learning about how the world around me works and I really love to broaden my knowledge of faith.
    Feel free to PM me if you'd like to talk, chances are I'd like to meet you!
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  1. I'm another one of those annoying people that always keeps coming back here :P Hi guys! I hope you've all been well since my last visit.

    1. Delores Stariana

      Delores Stariana

      Hey, welcome back!

  2. PrayLoveEat

    Priestly Celibacy

    Personally I wouldn't mind if priests were permitted to marry but I'm a sucker for tradition I also feel like the vast majority of priests and seminarians agree with the idea that it's better if they remain celibate and so even if the teaching was changed, most would choose to stay that way and we wouldn't see a marked influx of married priests until some generations after the change was made. Although changing the teaching might give a little increase in numbers of individuals who want to be priests which would be a wonderful thing - I know for many that making the commitment to never be with another person can be terrifying and even upon entering seminary some still aren't sure if that's truly what they want.
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    They've probably forgotten about me now because we were both kids then anyway but I guess I'm worried in case they hold a grudge at me stopping getting in contact with them. It was so long ago and I'm probably only thinking about it now because it's summer holidays and I have more free time to stress but it's a massive pain.
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    I'd like to preface this by saying that I was young and completely idiotic. About 7 years ago when I was a young teenager I got talking to someone online and we entered a 'relationship' (as much as a relationship purely conducted online and over texts can be) and they ended up finding out my exact home address. I never told them what it was but something that I sent them accidentally had it on it and I had no idea before I sent it. I told my parents about this person a little bit and needless to say they weren't impressed and I told said person and they jokingly said that if my parents weren't around we'd be fine. About 2 weeks later I stopped all contact with them (they weren't too happy about it) and haven't heard from them at all for the past 7 years. I'm still concerned that they know exactly where I live and I'm starting to struggle sleeping at night all this time later. I have absolutely no reason to feel this way but I'm a worrier and an overthinker and it's starting to really upset me. Any advice or similar stories or anything would be helpful.
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    To Debate?

    That quote is perfect (:
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    To Debate?

    Heated debates where you're trying to constantly prove yourself right in a desperate attempt to 'win' only cause anger and resentfulness on both sides and have contributed to some of the negative 'press' that Christians have received. I don't believe debates of this kind should really play any kind of role in attempt to explain the religion and bring someone to God because to me that's not the kind of religious education that someone needs. Very little will be taken in and oftentimes more emphasis is placed upon stumping the other person's arguments than actually listening to their questions and answering them in a way that could be enlightening. Thoughtful discussions where the queries of the a-religious person (I don't know what else to call them in this case ) are answered respectfully and without just chucking Bible verses at them are the best way to go in my opinion.
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    Woman asks for $1 Million to Stop Her Abortion

    As a thought: Isn't this basically the equivalent of asking for ransom?
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    Woman asks for $1 Million to Stop Her Abortion

    I can only imagine how the child will feel when it grows up and learns about all of this :/
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    Woman asks for $1 Million to Stop Her Abortion

    They should raise the money and then give it to the child.
  10. I think Zabby meant that if you were to glance at the post not reading the text, all you would see is the photo because it stands out and assume the poster was going to endorse its beliefs. Also, pretty much no one is sarky to Zabby She makes kind and respectful posts. So play nice!
  11. Aw haha - I didn't see this until now (: Thank you!
  12. Forgive me if I'm incorrect and please don't jump down my throat if I am, but doesn't marriage in this case refer to marriage in the eyes of the law and not in the eyes of God? In such case whilst I completely understand that some people don't like to encourage homosexuality point blank, does it matter that people who are gay can enter into a legal partnership? To me it seems as if the church and the state are still very much separate in this issue because I'm of the belief that without a religious ceremony or blessing of some kind a marriage is not recognised by God, only by 'the world'. Why does a non-religious gay marriage ceremony that is held outside of the church offend those with religious beliefs? There are many things which are legal that those who are religious choose not to join in on and to me no one appears to be forcing the church to make a similar decision so why is there as much fuss about this as there has been?
  13. After a pretty long time of staring at the email in fear, tomorrow I'm going to open the results of my exams. Please pray that they're what I hope they are and that if they aren't that I don't go into total meltdown :)

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    the World and stuff

    In choosing to follow God you have been promised eternal life. With this is mind how can you never be happy following Him? Maybe think about that when you feel disappointed in not being able to partake in some of the activities that this world has to offer (: You're waiting for something better and something that will never end.
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    Is Islam a bad religion?

    There are good and bad people in every religion. You can't paint every member of the religion or even the religion itself with the same brush.