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« Reply #15 on: February 14, 2011, 12:39:12 PM »
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    No:  Rosie the Riveter - That's my Mary

    RbM


    This is your Mary?!! That's messed up.

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    « Reply #16 on: February 14, 2011, 01:22:35 PM »
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    I think Raoul said that because he does not belive this really happened to you. And with all due respect, neither do I.


    You do not speak for Raoul, sir.  Raoul said what he said because he is a mocker.

    And you?  Faith beleiveth all things...

    RbM


    I'm beginning to agree with Raoul that RBM is someone with a different account. You just joined yesterday, so how do you know that Raoul is a mocker just from seeing only one of his posts? As far as believing this story of yours, a line must be drawn between what we should and should not believe on the internet. And I am sorry, but to see a person come out with a story that seems more like it was taken out of a book of poems and just edited to not rhyme is not convincing.


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    « Reply #17 on: February 14, 2011, 01:23:49 PM »
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    No:  Rosie the Riveter - That's my Mary

    RbM


    This is your Mary?!! That's messed up.



    Oh, come on man.  

    Are we not allowed any literary license around here.

    Get off my thread, man!

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    « Reply #18 on: February 14, 2011, 01:26:29 PM »
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  • Tool bag  :whistleblower:
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    « Reply #19 on: February 14, 2011, 01:30:23 PM »
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    The roots of this phenomenon can be traced back to a grave yard where is buried a deacon; a disciple of Cornelius Jansen. What Jansen is most famous for is his treaties entitled “Augustinus” which he left for publication upon his death, after spending some twenty years of his life in its preparation. In it he readdresses the age old argument between Augustine and Pelagius in his attempt to dismantle the theology of the Jesuits and justify his rebellion against Rome in establishing the “old catholic church” in the Netherlands. His writings which have come to be known as Jansenism have been condemned as heretical by the Church.


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    sedevacantist -  That means the Chair is empty?  There is no Pope at all right now?  The "owner" of the fourm?  This forum is owned by one fella??  Please just help me to understand what's what.

    You say that you don't believe that Benedict XVI is the Pope?  Why not.  Who is the Pope than?

    Is Hobson a "home aloner" as you say?  Is he the one not welcome here because he says not to go Mass at a Vatican II Church??  Hobson says that there is a Pope somewhere and he tells people where to go to valid Masses, right??

    Is this board an anti-vatican II board?  What are ya'll?


    Reading these posts back-to-back, they seem almost as if they were written by two different people.

    So you are intimately aware of the struggles of the Church at the time of Jansen, much like the guy who runs the bizarre romancatholicism.org website.  Yet you are at a loss when it comes to sedevacantism and traditionalism, these things are completely foreign to you?

    If you want to know a little about how the people on the site think, a half-hour browsing the boards should inform you.  If you want to know about sedevacantism, you can research it using Google.


    Like I said - What I have written is a result of a year of so of study and reading about Church history.  It si entirely possible for someone to learn what I have learned as a rseult of this and to not have learned what I am asking question about - which is the truth, sir.  Sorry for asking.

    No they arte not totally foreign to me, however I have not been able to continue my stedies because of a disability that has caused a lot of pain - over a year and a half now.  Therefore I am behind the curve somewhat.  I am an honest person.


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    « Reply #20 on: February 14, 2011, 01:36:17 PM »
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    No:  Rosie the Riveter - That's my Mary

    RbM


    This is your Mary?!! That's messed up.



    Oh, come on man.  

    Are we not allowed any literary license around here.

    Get off my thread, man!


    Anyone can post on your thread unless Matthew instructs them not to.

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    « Reply #21 on: February 14, 2011, 01:42:00 PM »
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    I think Raoul said that because he does not belive this really happened to you. And with all due respect, neither do I.


    You do not speak for Raoul, sir.  Raoul said what he said because he is a mocker.

    And you?  Faith beleiveth all things...

    RbM


    I'm beginning to agree with Raoul that RBM is someone with a different account. You just joined yesterday, so how do you know that Raoul is a mocker just from seeing only one of his posts? As far as believing this story of yours, a line must be drawn between what we should and should not believe on the internet. And I am sorry, but to see a person come out with a story that seems more like it was taken out of a book of poems and just edited to not rhyme is not convincing.


    Raoul has arleady repented of mocking me in case you haven't noticed there, uh, selfrighteousspiritsantified

    It is my poem! I wrote it from my heart! About my Mary!

    Got a problem with that?  I think that Rosie the Riveter might just have represented the work ethic of Joseph's wife a whole lot there fella.  Take a close look at that picure.  There's nothing unholy and unbecoming about it.  Could have been Mary while She was on earth.  Not now of course - but back then she could probably take you down seeing what She did at Lapatano...

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    « Reply #22 on: February 14, 2011, 01:45:10 PM »
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    Like I said - What I have written is a result of a year of so of study and reading about Church history.  It si entirely possible for someone to learn what I have learned as a rseult of this and to not have learned what I am asking question about - which is the truth, sir.  Sorry for asking.


    Yes, it's possible.  And if it's possible for you, within the space of a year, to learn in-depth details about Jansenism and about Molinism and Jesuits and so on, I'd say that with your skill in research, you are not in need of my help to learn about sedevacantism and the Siri theory, but can simply browse this site as well as others that speak of these topics.  It should take very little time to understand.
    As I was a new convert when posting here, my posts are often full of error, even unwitting heresy and rash judgment, all of which I renounce, and all my writings are best avoided -- MDLS


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    « Reply #23 on: February 14, 2011, 01:49:18 PM »
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    I think Raoul said that because he does not belive this really happened to you. And with all due respect, neither do I.


    You do not speak for Raoul, sir.  Raoul said what he said because he is a mocker.

    And you?  Faith beleiveth all things...

    RbM


    I'm beginning to agree with Raoul that RBM is someone with a different account. You just joined yesterday, so how do you know that Raoul is a mocker just from seeing only one of his posts? As far as believing this story of yours, a line must be drawn between what we should and should not believe on the internet. And I am sorry, but to see a person come out with a story that seems more like it was taken out of a book of poems and just edited to not rhyme is not convincing.


    Raoul has arleady repented of mocking me in case you haven't noticed there, uh, selfrighteousspiritsantified

    It is my poem! I wrote it from my heart! About my Mary!

    Got a problem with that?  I think that Rosie the Riveter might just have represented the work ethic of Joseph's wife a whole lot there fella.  Take a close look at that picure.  There's nothing unholy and unbecoming about it.  Could have been Mary while She was on earth.  Not now of course - but back then she could probably take you down seeing what She did at Lapatano...


    You are committing a blesphemy if you really think Mary looked anything like the girl in that picture. You may have written that story but it doesn't mean there is any truth to it. I'm still not buying it.

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    « Reply #24 on: February 14, 2011, 01:51:23 PM »
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    I think that Rosie the Riveter might just have represented the work ethic of Joseph's wife a whole lot there fella.


    I'm not sure that knitting or carrying a small child has the same effect on the forearms as operating heavy machinery.

    How about Marianne, the symbol of the French Revolution?  Could one say that she represented the intelligence of Mary?  Sure, because one could say anything.  But you are virtually alone, I would gather, in picturing the Virgin Mary in this fashion.
    As I was a new convert when posting here, my posts are often full of error, even unwitting heresy and rash judgment, all of which I renounce, and all my writings are best avoided -- MDLS

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    « Reply #25 on: February 14, 2011, 01:57:57 PM »
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  • I banned "RescuedbyMary" for being David Hobson.

    David Hobson has had SEVERAL accounts here in the past; no less than 3:
    Ultramontane, scholasticism and Gortan.

    I have my reasons for believing they are one and the same.

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    « Reply #26 on: February 14, 2011, 02:00:13 PM »
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  • Good ban, Matthew. I didn't take that post very seriously when I saw him claim it happened to him.

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    « Reply #27 on: February 14, 2011, 02:04:02 PM »
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    David Hobson has had SEVERAL accounts here in the past; no less than 3:
    Ultramontane, scholasticism and Gortan.


    4ourlady, too.
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    « Reply #28 on: February 14, 2011, 02:05:50 PM »
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  • Ah, there goes my cat-and-mouse game.  

    It's not Hobson.  I was thinking more along the lines of the person or group of people who are behind the character known as Pope Augustine.  He / they seem to take on various personae, various characters.  That is why I was pointing out the discrepancies of tone in his posts.

    But if this is Pope Augustine, he is very tricky and you have to be extremely careful not to walk into a trap.  For instance, Pope Augustine posted an explicit picture of a naked woman, and then when I said something, he erased it.  Therefore, this could easily have made people think I was a pervert spreading rumors, that I was seeing naked ladies in my imagination.  But Matthew fortunately saw the drawing and kicked him off.

    Likewise, if I accuse someone of being Pope Augustine, he could play the innocent, and try to turn it around on me and make me look paranoid and crazy.  So I was going very slow with the dubious Rescued By Mary.
    As I was a new convert when posting here, my posts are often full of error, even unwitting heresy and rash judgment, all of which I renounce, and all my writings are best avoided -- MDLS

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    « Reply #29 on: February 14, 2011, 03:55:32 PM »
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    Might I suggest that you lurk for a little while to see what's going on.  I'm not sure how you came to the conclusions that you have come to based on this topic.  Read through the topics as you wish, even comment upon them when you wish.  But don't decide that the entire forum is made up of a bunch of fruitcakes because the first people to read your post didn't understand what it was all about.

    Frankly, I didn't really understand your post either.  We don't usually see stories such as this just come in out of the blue.

    As for what kind of forum this is, you have to read through the posts, make sure you read the rules and user agreements and you'll get along just fine as long as you're respectful.  The forum owner is not a sedevacantist though he allows sedevacantists to respectfully comment.

    By the way, there are not any Catholics who don't "follow the pope", as you say, though there are quite a number of Catholics who simply can't accept the theory that Benedict XVI is the pope.  

    The people who say it is a sin to attend Holy Mass have been branded on this forum as "home-aloners" and they are not welcome on the forum according to the posting guidelines.  You must have read some older posts.

    Whatever your background, I would think you are welcome on this forum, but leave your Protestant street preacher ways behind.  The Catholic Religion is based both on faith and reason.  If your argument is based solely on one or the other, I think you'll have trouble on any forum--even Conciliar forums, because they have neither.


    Conciliar? What is conciliar?  Who are the conciliar people?

    sedevacantist -  That means the Chair is empty?  There is no Pope at all right now?  The "owner" of the fourm?  This forum is owned by one fella??  Please just help me to understand what's what.


    You say that you don't believe that Benedict XVI is the Pope?  Why not.  Who is the Pope than?

    Is Hobson a "home aloner" as you say?  Is he the one not welcome here because he says not to go Mass at a Vatican II Church??  Hobson says that there is a Pope somewhere and he tells people where to go to valid Masses, right??

    Is this board an anti-vatican II board?  What are ya'll?

    I'm just asking.  If one does not believe in Vatican II than how could they in good conscience go to Mass there?  Do you all go to Mass at vatican II Churches?

    A board of fruitcakes?  I never thought such a thing at all.  I guess it depends where you stand on Vatican II as to who the fruitcakes are.  

    The Kellogs Church - Nuts fruits and flakes.

    I'm not judging anybody I'm just trying to understand who's who and why.  Hobson's down on SSPX.  Your down on Hobson.  I'm struggling..

    Sir - Who is your Pope?  Thank you so much


    Have you accepted Mary as your Personal Mother ?

    RbM

    P.S.   I shall lurk



    Well...

    After reading about this gentleman on another topic and that he has already been banned for signing up using multiple accounts, I suppose I deserved this.  After all, this is what I get for trying to answer his questions in good faith.

    There are no stupid questions; just inquistive idiots.

     

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