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The papa

Discussion in 'Safety valve' started by haimback, Apr 2, 2005.

  1. haimback

    haimback Regular member

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    May he rest in peace

    chris
     
  2. GrandpaBW

    GrandpaBW Active member

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    It is a sad day for the entire world.
     
  3. arniebear

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    He was unique, the people's pope, and he will be sorely missed.
     
  4. djscoop

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    his life on this earth brought hope and happiness to millions, I'm sure he will continue to due so on the other side...
     
  5. Toiletman

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    He will see the truth.
     
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    he is in a better place now. live this day like your last, it could be.
     
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  7. djscoop

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    wonder how long until a new pope is elected
     
  8. GrandpaBW

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    I think the process begins in 10-15 days. Not quite sure.
     
  9. sthlm

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    you people religuous
     
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  10. Toiletman

    Toiletman Active member

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    Wait a moment... did the Pope die on April's Fools day? Or did he die on the same day the email was sent?
     
  11. Xian

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    http://in.rediff.com/news/2005/apr/02pope1.htm
    That has a pretty good description of the papal election process.
    I am not religious, but I can respect the man who devoted his life to his beliefs and did his best to help others. I didn't agree with all of his mandates and decisions. For example, I think he should have did a helluva lot more about the pedophile priests and bishops than what he did.
     
  12. sljusevi

    sljusevi Guest

    dont hate me for this but who is the papa. you guys talking about john paulus 2
     
  13. Toiletman

    Toiletman Active member

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    Judging by the evidence, I think you can come to your conclusion.
     
  14. Xian

    Xian Regular member

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    The Papa is the Pope in Spanish, maybe other languages too.
     
  15. retro78

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    Like sand in the hourglass, so are the days of our lives !!!
     
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  17. retro78

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    moderator, pls delete this msg - for i don't know how !!!
     
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  18. GrandpaBW

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    retro, I would hope that you are talking about deleting your post about him leaving millions to die.

    You can't delete the post, but you can edit out all text by clicking on the icon in the upper right corner of your post.
     
  19. djscoop

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    yeah thats pretty fucked up man. this was a thread to give thanks to what a great man he was and what he's done for the world. if you have negative comments like that then keep them to yourself
     
  20. retro78

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    I'm sorry, i didn't mean to disrespect you all, i wrote this thread late at night after having a bad day. I had an catholic upbringing but, i find the views that johannes paulus had, where rigide, there was no room for any for other interpretations!
    in a time where much has changed,views have to be revised, in order to comply with the general consences.this conservative outlook, has made that many people, turned away from Rome!

    I believe john paul had his heart in the right place, and he didn't needed to suffer as he did, I hoped that he would pass away peacefully much sooner then he did

    I wil leave you with that, and in the future i will be more sensitive, posting in religious threads !! sorry if i affended you !!


     

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