Why do you love Catholic Answers Forums


#21

I agree with 7_Sorrows and Brittany. Another nice thing is that so far I have not been banned.


#22

Also, I enjoy hearing the wise responses that make me think in ways I would not normally, giving me a new perspective. So many insightful, caring, and smart people here.


#23

It’s a place where people ask questions which almost certainly will cause argument and then people get offended and flag you and you get suspended for speaking what you believe in answering the question. I wonder if I’ll get flagged for this. The irony.


#24

I would flag you just for fun, but that would hurt my credibility. :slight_smile:


#25

I guess it bores me in a way to argue. I’m glad I have this trait. I think it comes in handy here.

I think your statement is not fully accurate but partially. I"m not going to argue about it, though.

(I suppose, to be clearer what I mean, I think people get suspended for responding in ways that are not acceptable per the rules established here, but it is true. there is some “wiggle room” there to some extent.)


#26

I like CAF because i can be me :slight_smile:


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#28

:new_zealand:

Consider yourself flagged!


#29

Never mind, we already know who you are, partly. Plus we have your exact GPS coordinates, but don’t sweat it. We rarely deploy counter measures resulting in unnecessary collateral damage.


#30

oh goody. Now i can get cookies from CAF. Or should i say CAFÉ

:slight_smile: :cookie::cookie::cookie::cookie::cookie::cookie::cookie::cookie::cookie::cookie::cookie::cookie::cookie::cookie::cookie::cookie:


#31

I wish you would stop mentioning cookies. It makes me hungry for cookies, which I don’t have in my house but am tempted to go out and get. Yet I am trying to cut a few pounds which leads to some conflicts here.


#32

Thanks for that. :slight_smile:


#33

I think this thread shows we need more light-hearted options here.


#34

I don’t know any other Catholics in day-to-day real life, except for 1 person. I’m an anonymous pewsitter at my parish.

CAF is one of my few connections to other Catholics.

Plus, when I was still Protestant, I asked questions at the old CAF so it kind of traveled with me through my conversion process.


#35

Wait, are you saying we at CAF are not real life? :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#36

For all I know, you are all AI robots…:sunglasses:


#37

I’m an Osprey. Thought I made that perfectly clear to everyone. :thinking::roll_eyes:


#38

What an eloquent post! God bless.


#39

It gives me an outlet to practice writing and critical thinking. Also like the exposure I get to different viewpoints.


#40

I just got here so I can’t really say just yet. However, as a non-Catholic, ex-evangelical, cult-surviving, Catholic enthusiast I believe I will find it a great place to browse and drop a line here and there.


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