How many of the infirmed that the Pope touched/blessed today will be cured?

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  1. GaryPuppet

    GaryPuppet Well-Known Member

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    Maybe a bunch of miracles can change my outlook on religion.
     
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    What -miracles???
    We are all doomed!

    This is the Pope's message: "Pray for me".
    What kind of self indulgent bullshit is that?

    Seems like a really nice man, though.
     
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    0.0
     
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    I think the "Pray for me" is to further underscore that he's no different from us, really.

    Humility is his thing.

    (Plus, it's a big job and he's almost 80; he probably needs the prayers.)
     
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    for a non-believing heathen like me it's really odd I've been totally hooked on watching the wall-to-wall Pope coverage... MSNBC has been the best with this.
    No news just all Pope and circumstance
     
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    The Pope seemed to cure John Boehner's problems. John's pain in the ass will soon be over.
     
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    I am a semi-believer and am thrilled to have it on TV all day!!!

    Am in public now and the TV is on in the store.

    :snicker:

    I think the Pope appeals to people's need for something higher, for a life of service; plus he's relatable.

    Genius P.R.!!!
     
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    When was John the Stuttterer when he was in Philly ?
     
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    Pope Puppet I. Has a nice ring to it.
     
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    Zis phenomrnon occurs legularly, Poppet.
     
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    he is much better then the nazi pope he replaced. seems like a nice old man who really believes in that gabaley gook. after all he is just a prisoner of his office. he is told what to do and when to do it. everything is highly planned and scripted.
     
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    Do non-Catholics give a damn about the Pope?
     
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    Yeah, we do.
    I dig this dude.
     
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    it wasn't just incense they were burning at Mass - it was Popeourri
     
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    My husband said that DC had asked the Pope to fix the problem ridden metro. Now that would be a miracle.
     
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    0.0 which is the precise number of miracles that have ever happened.
     
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    I do have one friend who tells me he "prays for me."

    How do I tell him nicely to stop doing this?

    I feel like it'd be too much of an asshole thing for me to say "Dude, STOP praying for me."

    Why does this bother me so much in the first place?