Something for the Harry Potter Fans


#1

Just thought this was worth posting. Check it out.

catholicexchange.com/vm/index.asp?vm_id=43&art_id=29127

Maybe we need to revisit this issue, yet again.


#2

Computer is telling me that the URL is invalid. Check the link, but it might just be faulty connection.


#3

[quote=legeorge]Just thought this was worth posting. Check it out.

catholicexchange.com/vm/index.asp?vm_id=43&art_id=29127

Maybe we need to revisit this issue, yet again.
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catholicexchange.com/vm/index.asp?vm_id=43&art_id=29127

Here’s the full link.

And, this issue IS BEING revisited AGAIN on the following thread that references this very article.

forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=62536

Post your thoughts there. :slight_smile:


#4

[quote=Shiann]catholicexchange.com/vm/index.asp?vm_id=43&art_id=29127

Here’s the full link.

And, this issue IS BEING revisited AGAIN on the following thread that references this very article.

forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=62536

Post your thoughts there. :slight_smile:
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Thank you very much! I haven’t used the link tool very much. Still need practice, I guess! :wink:


#5

For me its still a personal issue…

The Pope also opposes Rock music and only likes Classical… he’s certainly entitled to his OPINION as others are to theirs. Being a Catholic doesnt mean I am obligated to give up my personal opinions in life on things outside of Doctrine. Is there a danger to Potter and Rock? Of course if someone is soft in the head and/or not properly grounded… but that can be said for almost anything in this world.

Point: If people wanna base everything they do in their life to the extent on even the Popes opinions on reading and music… fine… but dont come off by trying to state what the Pope REALLY means is that Catholics shouldnt read Potter or listen to Rock music. If you’re gonna go that far, then you had better follow what he said about this war… cause THAT opinion was spoken more forcefully on and with much more moral authoritive weight than Potter.


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