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  1. pollylodges
    Aug 12, '14 3:36 pm
    Welcome Back! Hope you are doing well!
  2. GLam8833
    Jul 17, '14 8:48 am
    Hi, my friend, you are in my thots and prayers,
    in Christ,
  3. bridget singh
    Jul 17, '14 4:40 am
    bridget singh
    Thank u so much for ur prayers dear aunty.. May God bless u
  4. cheezey
    Jun 26, '14 6:00 pm
    Hello, my dear sweet and wonderful Angel!! I miss being on-line with you!!!
    Hope you are well!! With a and a
    And lotsa
  5. marlap2
    Jun 5, '14 8:54 pm
    Amazing. I was just thinking of connecting with you yesterday, when I was reading such sadness coming from strong prayerful Catholics in one forum. Remember there was one thinking about the Moslem faith. I looked at all their posts, like yours, so many, and thought how much the evil one is trying to attack such essential people to the body of Christ. It emboldens me to pray harder. God bless you for all of your prayerful responses to people! I know you bless me. Have a great week.
  6. tbcrawford
    Jun 5, '14 2:20 pm

    Pope Francis today said." There are three groups of people who call themselves Catholic, but are not really. He labeled the three groups: "uniformists," "alternativists" & "businessists." The first group, he said, believe that everyone in the church should be just like them. "They are rigid! They do not have that freedom the Holy Spirit gives," and they confuse what Jesus preached with their "own doctrine of uniformity.""Jesus never wanted the church to be so rigid," Pope Francis said. Such people "call themselves Catholics, but their rigid attitude distances them from the church."
  7. tbcrawford
    Jun 4, '14 9:29 am
    Hi Bruce its good to hear from you.
    I cannot write on your wall so hope you get this reply
    Take care
  8. trickster
    Jun 4, '14 9:16 am
    Hello, how are you

  9. GLam8833
    Jun 2, '14 7:02 pm
    Hi tb,
    Thank you very much for all your prayers! I was trying to return the
    favor by posting on some of YOUR threads. Just like to clarify my
    most recent post WE means the Church, MY highest joy(Ps 137:6).
  10. bridget singh
    May 29, '14 11:19 pm
    bridget singh
    my mom is no more.

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