Lessons for surviving in the Church

Just a few changes here and there and it describes an environment closer to the subject matter of this blog.

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3 Responses to Lessons for surviving in the Church

  1. Supertradmum says:

    I have just been reading and listening to definitions of group denial. Denial is a psychological state which is immature, pathological, and/or neurotic. That most of America and the West is in denial about the global economy is a group sickness, which leads to fantasy and the rearranging of the decks chairs on the Titanic, instead of system reconstruction. That many Catholics are in denial about their religious freedoms if also part of this syndrome which claims, “It can’t happen here, not in America.” Denial happens in nations which are witnessing decaying cultures, customs, norms, and even constitutions. The chickens seem to be happy that they are all on the same page, much like the journalists who are still calling the radicalization of Egypt and Libya, “the Arab Spring”. Dare I say, “Duh”?

  2. Supertradmum says:

    As I am the only one who likes the chickens, may I add that surviving in the Church is staying with Rome, period. When in doubt, obey. Like the Davy Crockett hat.Are we on the same page if we are politically incorrect? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e0hU9Yctzro

  3. Stephen Matthew says:

    Others also like the chickens, but may not feel the need to comment.

    Also the blog is doing something odd today.