Sunday, January 18, 2015

QUOTE OF THE DAY


  1. You know that something's going to happen whenever you see neos inside the church on Sunday.

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  1. That's because they heard the roar (Rohr) from the Jungle. It has them asking Jesus, not Abraham, for forgiveness.

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  2. You forgot to say, all sitting in the front pews of the church!

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  3. Definitely ... The Neo Catechumens were present ....

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  4. They send the most forlorn group of individuals to invite people. I thought it was supposed to be a "joyous" occasion. Better to visit the dentist than their joy-duck club!! LOL. Happy Sunday everyone!

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  5. Yes, sure enough they were in the front pews this morning. Mr. Luis Camacho was giving a testimony as to how he

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    1. I interested as to what Luis Camacho's testimony this morning, was it also about his marriage almost breaking apart? Wow, it's like the Soap Opera that I watched everyday! I have not heard anyone of the NEO coming out and saying that by joining the NEO, it helped them with their children's who are going on the wrong path such as drugs, violence and etc., it all about their marriage! Not convincing to me at all!

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    2. It was in the Umatuna I believe before becoming a deacon that Fr. Luis made a comment about the marital problems of his family and this is one reason for him entering the priesthood!

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    3. No, Luis Camacho (Sr.) was there but he did not give testimony this morning. Couldn't remember the name of the fellow who did, but yes, it was the same sort of presentation we've all sat through before. And.again, no thank you! Hey, could we get the plenery indulgence prayers done before these invitations?

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  6. No audience with the pope = time to circle the wagons.

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  7. Keeping crying, still no action

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  8. Kenneth San AgustínJanuary 19, 2015 at 3:02 AM

    The mass was for the induction of 4 new Catholic Daughters of America so what the hell was Gus Cepeda doing after the homily? Another Neocatemanic WTF moment.

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    1. Was there even any mention of the Catholic Daughters?

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    2. Yes, Monsignor David C. Quitugua said many kind things about the Catholic Daughters in his homily and emphasized it was their 41st or 42nd anniversary (I forget which). He emphasized that their organization is very pro-life in their activities versus the Roe vs. Wade decision whose anniversary has accumulated almost the same number of years.

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    3. Great. Too bad it didn't end there, where it was supposed to.

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