I read your profile. Very interesting.Please don't forget to pray for those people known and unknown to you that begged God to grant His grace to you.How about stopping by my site www dot traditionalcatholicism dot org and have a listen to the Saint Mary Magdalene sermon in the featured sermons of Padre Pfeiffer?Let me know what you think.In the meantime, I will ask some good people to keep you in their prayers.Feliz Navidad, hombre.pablo*
Thank God for His unmerited favor!Check out the site www dot orlutheran dot com and read "Second Christmas Sermon Titus 3:4-8" A Sermon by Martin Luther; taken from his Church Postil of 1522.Let us know what you think.In the meantime, I will ask God as a Priest for you!In the Lamb, Rev 5: 9-10
Reading Pablo's and Samwise's comments....making me hungry...may make myself a...SPAM sandwich. Yep, nothing like good, old-fashioned SPAM!I guess the Catholic Church is getting pretty desperate if they have to go spamming blogs to drum up business.
I guess the Catholic Church is getting pretty desperate if they have to go spamming blogs to drum up business.....Dear Mr. Four-pointer,I am not and neither is my web site the Catholic Church. I am Roman Catholic, and have set up a site with sermons by Traditional Catholic Priets that is aimed at educating primarily, Roman Catholics. If Divine Providence leads someone else to the site, or someone is asked for their opinion about it, should be of no real consequence.I did drop by your site and enjoyed the article about kids cursing. The wise men post is very informative; they not only gave their gifts, those magicians also gave everything they owned, such as the two hundred or so people that traveled with them. And their lands, which happened to be Iran and Iraq.I did get the feeling you have an anger about something. Is this a Holy Anger, or do you need to eat a little more bran?Feliz Navidad,pablo el spamo*
I guess all this started by me using Zorro, one of my favorite fictional characters, created in 1919 by pulp writer Johnston McCulley. Zorro (Spanish for "fox") is the secret identity of Don Diego de la Vega, a nobleman, more than likely Roman Catholic, living in the Spanish colonial era of California. But, my "What If" has him as a John Bunyan character and not only a Protestant, but a Calvinist as well!
Dear Mr. Eddings,Oh?The Zorro which played across Latin American television a couple of years ago had him as a Freemason; meeting secretly with those brothers in a cave, complete with black and white balls for decision making.The amazing part is, hardly anyone noticed.The name of the city Zorro lived in was Cuidad de Nuestra Senora Santa Maria de Los Angeles. Now known as LA, Mexifornia.Happy Christmas.*
...glad I said, "more than likely"...a bit of trivia I did not know of. Well, at least Bunyan put him on the right path!
Hmmmm....Zorro as a Calvinist.....I guess you could say they "chose" the right man to play the hero....(OK, that was lame).Pablo,I get enough fiber in my diet, thanks. In fact, sometimes more than enough :). I just know what it's like to have a comments box get filled with spam (off-topic spam, even more), and I tend to get a bit miffed when I see it. But, I won't hijack this thread and turn this into a "Protestant-vs-Catholic" debate (my apologies to Eddie if I already have).