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« Reply #15 on: August 14, 2019, 11:14:06 AM »
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  • The DC-area market is very competitive and very expensive.
    With some of the richest counties in the US 

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    « Reply #16 on: August 14, 2019, 11:21:05 AM »
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  • That is such a bizarre characterization of my comment that I hardly know how to respond.
    The last time I checked, accepting the gift of a free chapel and the accompanying real estate (a fortiori in the stratospheric DC real estate market!) was just good stewardship and the gracious acceptance of Divine Providence.
    Weak back-tracking, antisemite.


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    « Reply #17 on: August 14, 2019, 11:59:12 AM »
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  • Weak back-tracking, antisemite.
    No names man, no names! :fryingpan:

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    « Reply #18 on: August 14, 2019, 12:50:13 PM »
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  • lol only CathInfo users would complain about a new traditional chapel. Come on...

    Only when it's set up in direct competition to a long-pre-existing chapel already there in the DC area, that of Father Ringrose.  So, for instance, in Akron there's been a Traditonal chapel run for going on 40 years now by the independent Father Leo Carley.  If they were to set one up in Akron, I would complain about that too.  They need to find somewhere that lacks a Traditional Catholic presence and focus there ... or else build up the chapels that get Mass twice a month on a Sunday afternoon.

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    Re: The SSPX has a new chapel near Washington D. C!
    « Reply #19 on: August 14, 2019, 09:26:35 PM »
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  • Weak back-tracking, antisemite.
    Your radar must be busted, friend.  One thing I am absolutely NOT is an anti-semite.
    I dated a Jewish woman in college who would very probably be my wife today if not for our religious differences.  I bought her a Hebrew prayer book as a present, a vintage edition I found in an antique shop.  I visited her synagogue and she visited my parish in return.  I have a Star of David attached to a one-decade mini-Rosary that I reclaimed from a set of beads that were falling apart, and I carry it with me occasionally.  I received my master's degree in finance from a university that, while not Jewish, has a heavy Jewish presence, and one reason I selected this university was because I reasoned that I would benefit from their business acumen (which, incidentally, I did).  I got reamed out by a man who WAS an anti-semite for going to a doctor who was, in his words, a "Jewish quack".  And this doesn't concern me directly, but the grandmother of my son's godmother was declared one of the "Righteous Among The Nations" for risking her life to shelter two Jewish women in WWII Poland, commemorated at Yad Vashem.
    Shall I go on?
    Again, sorry to disappoint anyone, but I'm not an anti-semite.  Pax tecum and have a nice day. :)
    (I see a lot of negative vote-downs in my future.  That's OK.  Do what you gotta do...)


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    « Reply #20 on: August 14, 2019, 10:57:32 PM »
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  • Your radar must be busted, friend.  One thing I am absolutely NOT is an anti-semite.
    I dated a Jewish woman in college who would very probably be my wife today if not for our religious differences.  I bought her a Hebrew prayer book as a present, a vintage edition I found in an antique shop.  I visited her synagogue and she visited my parish in return.  I have a Star of David attached to a one-decade mini-Rosary that I reclaimed from a set of beads that were falling apart, and I carry it with me occasionally.  I received my master's degree in finance from a university that, while not Jewish, has a heavy Jewish presence, and one reason I selected this university was because I reasoned that I would benefit from their business acumen (which, incidentally, I did).  I got reamed out by a man who WAS an anti-semite for going to a doctor who was, in his words, a "Jewish quack".  And this doesn't concern me directly, but the grandmother of my son's godmother was declared one of the "Righteous Among The Nations" for risking her life to shelter two Jewish women in WWII Poland, commemorated at Yad Vashem.
    Shall I go on?
    Again, sorry to disappoint anyone, but I'm not an anti-semite.  Pax tecum and have a nice day. :)
    (I see a lot of negative vote-downs in my future.  That's OK.  Do what you gotta do...)
    Mark 79 and Rum invade this thread in 3...2...1...

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    Re: The SSPX has a new chapel near Washington D. C!
    « Reply #21 on: August 14, 2019, 11:52:02 PM »
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  • Your radar must be busted, friend.  One thing I am absolutely NOT is an anti-semite.
    I dated a Jewish woman in college who would very probably be my wife today if not for our religious differences.  I bought her a Hebrew prayer book as a present, a vintage edition I found in an antique shop.  I visited her synagogue and she visited my parish in return.  I have a Star of David attached to a one-decade mini-Rosary that I reclaimed from a set of beads that were falling apart, and I carry it with me occasionally.  I received my master's degree in finance from a university that, while not Jewish, has a heavy Jewish presence, and one reason I selected this university was because I reasoned that I would benefit from their business acumen (which, incidentally, I did).  I got reamed out by a man who WAS an anti-semite for going to a doctor who was, in his words, a "Jewish quack".  And this doesn't concern me directly, but the grandmother of my son's godmother was declared one of the "Righteous Among The Nations" for risking her life to shelter two Jewish women in WWII Poland, commemorated at Yad Vashem.
    Shall I go on?
    Again, sorry to disappoint anyone, but I'm not an anti-semite.  Pax tecum and have a nice day. :)
    (I see a lot of negative vote-downs in my future.  That's OK.  Do what you gotta do...)
    You had already outed yourself. It didn't take much for you to burst with pride.

    Almost certainly that talmudic prayer book of which you boasted includes the required thrice daily curse on Christians, ‘Amidah’ - Birkat Ha’Minim, “Benediction” #12 of the Shmone Esreh. Good Catholic work there assisting her in Talmudic curses against Christians. Pride.

    As for your "Star of David" desecration of the Rosary, there is no biblical reference to a “Star of David,” but there are references to Moloch and the Star of Rempham:
    “But you carried a tabernacle for your Moloch, and the image of your idols, the star of your god, which you made to yourselves.” Amos 5:26
    “And you took unto you the tabernacle of Moloch, and the star of your god Rempham, figures which you made to adore them. And I will carry you away beyond Babylon.” Acts 7:43
    A demonic symbol on your Rosary. Pride in supporting God's most organized earthly opposition.

    A "Master's" degree in usury ("finance") and "business acumen"? Pride in being a master of mammon.

    A few thoughts on double-mindedness:

    No man can serve two masters. For either he will hate the one, and love the other: or he will sustain the one, and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon. Matthew 6:24

    That with one mind, and with one mouth, you may glorify God and the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. Romans 15:6

    The double-minded man is inconstant in all his ways. James 1:8

    Woe to you that call evil good, and good evil: that put darkness for light, and light for darkness: that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter. Isaias 5:20  

    Woe to them that are of a double heart and to wicked lips, and to the hands that do evil, and to the sinner that goeth on the earth two ways. Ecclesiasticus 2:14






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    Re: The SSPX has a new chapel near Washington D. C!
    « Reply #22 on: August 15, 2019, 12:32:59 AM »
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