Sunday, June 22, 2014

MORE EXAMPLES OF BRAINS ON KAKA*

Quakers are now a "hate group."


Maria if you don't agree with the Archbishop and you failed to reach out and your not a Catholic. I'll start calling you the Rohr order. Henceforth, you are called now Rohr. Congratulation you have joined a new HATE SECT called. ROHR. Kinda similar to Quaker.

Put that in your oatmeal!

Quakers - Wiki entry
*KAKA - Kiko Arguello Kool Aid

6 comments:

  1. Wait a minute here! Stop the Karabao and the cart!!!! Have any of you ever been to a Quaker service? I have! They gather in a home with chairs put in a circle form. A bible is placed on the table they call their covenant. Scripture is read. All members close their eyes and meditate on the reading. The first person to speak out about the scripture reading is said to have been inspired by the Holy Spirit! Sound familiar? HOMILIES BY THE RMS ARE WINGED! THEY DO NOT PREPARE BUT WAIT FOR THE SO CALLED INSPIRATION OF THE HOLY SPIRIT! This is why their homilies don't make sense.

    WHO IS MORE LIKE A QUAKER? STOP your QUACKER QUACKING MOUTH!

    PREPARE YOUR HOMILIES!!!!

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    1. Prep of homily takes hours. Reading, prayer, outline, research, practice. Hear that guys?? Hours. Aren't too many more important things during the week.

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    2. 2:58 PM HUH? It doesn't take hours to prepare! But you folks put more into your own preparations than that of the regular masses. If it takes your RMS priest hours to prepare so be it, I'd rather listen to a good homily than to a HALF ASS ONE!

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    3. @anon 2:58 , I guess preparing for Homilies for RMS priest is not as important as practicing the steps for the Bailan Batsu around the altar. We are not gypsies! Your dance is of gypsy style and so are your songs! Stick to the culture! BTW Bailan Batsu is a local cultural dance!

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  2. Absolutely unbelievable.

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  3. Well some say that those who follow Tim should be excommunicated along with him! We are Catholics living outside the Catholic Church.

    Some time ago I asked, what happens to the tiny crumbs that fall on the floor from the unleavened bread that is consecrated? Is it swept? Any tiny grain that falls is consecrated!
    So if this tiny grain is swept or brushed off, this entails excommunication also!

    Violation of the sacred species is the throwing away the consecrated species of Christ's body or blood or the taking or retaining of them for a sacrilegious purpose (CIC 1367).


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