OK, so you say your are 15, but your profile says you were born in 1992, which if my arithmetic serves, makes you 19. Which is it? :confused:
You say you want to be a priest, yet you have nothing good to say about your own parish- There is nothing at all for you to be invloved in? :confused:
Lector? Altar server? Sing in the Choir? Volunteer with the Faith Formation program?
I find that very hard to believe that there are no opportunities for you in any of the parishes that you attend. :shrug:
As far as you description of the sisters- you should be ashamed of yourself!! :tsktsk:
How dare you relate 2nd & 3rd hand information as TRUTH!! :mad::mad:
Being how you are not even sure how old you are, and many of your immature rants & statments, why should anyone here take you seriously?
You don't want to listen to anyone who has another point of view, and you have an answer and excuse of everything.
IMHO, not the characteristics of a good priest. :(
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I have a friend who works closely with them who is a good Catholic and he says things that are far worse than what I've said. He plays the organ for them and visits them everyday. Also, you add my visits and experiences with them and other experiences of people I know with that, so yes, I can paint this sort of a picture. They don't even wear Habits, which in the biographies I've read Saint Dominic held the Habit in high regard and wanted all in the Dominican order to wear one. To intentionally not wear them for feminist reasons is to undermine their very founder.
I respect these Sisters very much, and I always treat them charitably whenever I see them, even though they have basically stated to my mother before that home schooling wasn't the right option and that we're going to be horrible people for it.
No I don't, as my parish doesn't do anything at all so there's nothing to volunteer for. I don't attend my parish anyway. I attend another one. It doesn't really do much either so I can't volunteer for it.