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minkymurph minkymurph is offline

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  1. PRmerger
    Jan 1, '14 6:30 am
    PRmerger
    Thanks, friend! May God richly bless you and your family in 2014!
  2. no2masters4life
    Mar 28, '12 12:49 pm
    no2masters4life
    Hi mink! I've cleared out my email. Great to hear from you.
  3. no2masters4life
    Oct 16, '11 4:13 pm
    no2masters4life
    Hi, MinkyMurph!

    Glad to know you.

    I left twncc a mean goodbye message. Not a good way to settle a question. It was so exhausting having to fight through his nonsense that I just gave in. Your offer of friendship comes at a perfect time.

    N2m4L
  4. Neildown
    May 18, '11 8:52 am
    Neildown
    I like How to Train Your Dragon too!
  5. FCEGM
    Sep 9, '10 9:39 am
    FCEGM
    Whew! ;-) I do. :-)
  6. Zundrah
    Sep 2, '10 7:20 am
    Zundrah
    The Catholic mass does not re-sacrifice Jesus body and blood. The sacrifice is already done. We do however... offer the body and blood of Him. Does that make sense?
  7. guanophore
    Jul 12, '10 11:25 am
    guanophore
    I was baptized Roman Catholic, and in my youth, wandered away into Protestant communities for 20+ years. My search for spiritual authenticity led me to graduate studies at Ashland Theological Seminary. I studied the NT in Greek, which corrected many of my misunderstandings about theology. When I began to study the history of the Christian faith, I discovered the writings of the early fathers, and realized that the Church founded by Christ is, indeed, the Catholic Church. I then began to study with intentionality the faith I never learned as a child. When I came back to the Catholic Church, I was quickly disgusted by many liturgical abuses in the Novus Ordo. I visited an Orthodox Church, then landed in a Byzantine Epharchy, where I fell in love with Divine Liturgy. This particular community is of Ruthenian extraction. I also find I prefer the Eastern practice of leaving certain things (such as Eucharist) as a mystery, rather than attempting to "define" it.

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  • About minkymurph
    Biography
    Convert to Catholicism. raised in a staunchly Protestant part of Belfast.
    Religion
    Catholic
    Interests
    Rugby, music, camping, boating.
    I'm here for:
    Faith Building, Networking, Friends

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  • Join Date: Sep 17, '06
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