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Wow. Does such a thought belong a Catholic blog? Isn't that more of a Bill Maher, Whoopi Goldberg or David Letterman kind of crack? What's next on the St. Louis Catholic blog? Photo spread of the Hottest Catholic Women Celebrities?
There's perhaps a similar sentiment for evaluating colleges as well! ;-)
Bart,Yes, I think humor is most definitely a Catholic virtue!
The next step is the "Flirt to Convert" clothing line...No hem lines above the ankle and neck lines just below turtle neck. Look for it this Spring!
I absolutely LOVE THIS!
Some of us didn't have to face that dilemma - we got a hottie who is also a good Catholic.- Christophe
It's a whole lot easier to win game 6 if you get runs with bases loaded. Typed as we're in 11th inning tied. Go Cards! Get rid of Holliday and things happen.
I thought Pope John Paul II's teaching as called the Theology of the Body, not......"Theology of the Hottie." I mean, come on! Did a priest really endorse the idea of "Flirt to Convert"? Am I too old fashioned? Is this some sort of new Catholic Traditionlism? Yes, I know Pope Benedict XVI did say in his first encyclical that God in Heaven has an element of "eros" about Him. Still...am I missing something? Am I a prude? Has modesty been pruned back or something? Is there no longer any such thing as an "impure thought" to confess?
Bartholome,His Holiness Benedict XVI endorses the traditionalist view that Catholicism is a continuation of the Greek and Roman intellectual tradition which comes to us due to the labors of Medieval Philosophers -- Aristotelian and Platonic - who used the Greek methodology to explicate Revelation.In Plato's Phaedrus you'll find the idea that EROS, properly understood, leads the mind upwards to Truth. Benedict is simply affirming the Medieval tradition of Theology. St. Guy
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