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Peter J Peter J is offline

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  1. Pearl of Tyburn
    Jun 21, '12 9:18 pm
    Pearl of Tyburn
    Hi, Peter!

    Tomorrow is the feast of St. Thomas More and St. John Fisher. If you could put up a post on Campionites for the occasion, tomorrow or some time before the end of June, it would be great and I would be most appreciative!

  2. Grandad
    Nov 1, '11 8:09 am
    Dear Peter,
    Back in Feb 2009 I made a post and you very kindy responded to me...I just wanted to thank you for your kindness these two years later ) I have since come home to the Catholic church and you and a couple of others, here at CA, are among many others on my journey who helped me...Thanks <><
  3. Italia
    Jul 26, '10 12:27 pm
    How I join your group how can I become a member? Italia
  4. Italia
    Jul 26, '10 12:17 pm
    Hi my name is Italia I want to join your group how shall I become a member?
  5. Anna Scott
    Jul 1, '09 7:05 pm
    Anna Scott
    I wanted to tell you that I am taking a break from the Forums for a while. I didn't want you to think I was being rude by not responding to your last Post. I am still reading through what others are writing.
  6. Anna Scott
    Jun 19, '09 1:13 pm
    Anna Scott
    Just dropped by to say hello.
  7. thecross
    Jun 14, '09 8:38 pm
    Read the lives of the saints and you may agree with me that their lives were different, they lived at different times andhad different problems. Their practice of the Catholic faith was addapted to their environment. Even today my life and prayfull devotions are different from my Cardinal and the Holy Father and even you I would betta. Yesterday, I pulled my 3 year old grand daughter our of the pool. She was actually simming for a fes seconds!! That was a graceful act, how many of you have done that this year?
    Rathionalism? Thats not cafeterria catholicizm, thats living the easy luke-warm life of a Sunday Catholic.
    Our ability to pray or to do any good work is a gift from God. Please don't blame us if at some time I don't get the grace to do the great things you do.
    If I shhould refuse to do something that God gives the grace to preform for Him then that is a sin, and its not a cafeterria item.
    Do you read all of these posts. Jesus doesn't tell me every thing, some times I have to ask Him.

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