[quote=se~orcampana]Yes, Adrian Peterson is healthy again and Y’all will be strong next year, but we got your number!
My neighbor does all that witch stuff: seances, house cleanings, tarot cards…etc.
I don’t know, maybe going through the Catholic motions makes her feel better about that stuff.
Her friend offered to “clean” our house. I declined!!
As far as AD being healthy, it perhaps will make a difference. UT having OU’s card… I don’t know about that, OU was very young and had alot of growing pains. Before the year started I knew UT would beat them… I thought UT should have beat them by more, after all we were barely a top 25 team and when OU/UT where in the top 10, OU would be UT by well… you know the scores… Despite the football talk…
Claiming to be Catholic is one thing, actually being Catholic is quite another. Being a practicing witch and claiming to be Catholic, like I said is ummmm… confusion to the 10th degree.
Let me educate you on this idea of neo-paganism.
In America there is this spiritual feel goodism and a sense of awe in mysticism, especially in Wicca, Druidism, Asatru, and many others…
Many have a relativistic idealogy, that there truth is true, and your truth is true… so as long as you don’t try to convert them. The combination of being a witch and being Catholic is just confusing even for me as a practicing Catholic.
I couldn’t be baptist and claim to be Catholic.
I couldn’t be Methodist and claim to be Catholic.
I couldn’t be Evangelical and claim to be Catholic.
AND WE definatly cannot claim to be a practicing witch and claim to be Catholic.
Being Catholic is being Catholic… being a witch is being a witch… You can’t combine idealogies, beliefs… ect. I guess you could, but it doesn’t make any sense.