1. Donationbuckky
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    05 Jun '11 14:09
    A Catholic friend of mine told me a story about someone having their Rosery turned into gold at some Holy site in Europe. He was very impressed with this miracle that turned wood into gold. I was irritated about the whole thing. Somebody gets some bling, and another is buried alive in the back yard, and nothing is done to save them. If miracles are going to happen from time to time you would think they would be more about helping the needy and not about turning things to gold.
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    05 Jun '11 20:27
    Originally posted by buckky
    A Catholic friend of mine told me a story about someone having their Rosery turned into gold at some Holy site in Europe. He was very impressed with this miracle that turned wood into gold. I was irritated about the whole thing. Somebody gets some bling, and another is buried alive in the back yard, and nothing is done to save them. If miracles are going to h ...[text shortened]... you would think they would be more about helping the needy and not about turning things to gold.
    The question is are the miracles from God? It seems if they were an act of God they would be more consistant and for all the right reasons.
  3. Standard memberSoothfast
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    06 Jun '11 06:04
    Originally posted by buckky
    A Catholic friend of mine told me a story about someone having their Rosery turned into gold at some Holy site in Europe. He was very impressed with this miracle that turned wood into gold. I was irritated about the whole thing. Somebody gets some bling, and another is buried alive in the back yard, and nothing is done to save them. If miracles are going to h ...[text shortened]... you would think they would be more about helping the needy and not about turning things to gold.
    Donate the goddamn thing to charity, then.
  4. Standard memberkaroly aczel
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    06 Jun '11 23:26
    Originally posted by buckky
    A Catholic friend of mine told me a story about someone having their Rosery turned into gold at some Holy site in Europe. He was very impressed with this miracle that turned wood into gold. I was irritated about the whole thing. Somebody gets some bling, and another is buried alive in the back yard, and nothing is done to save them. If miracles are going to h ...[text shortened]... you would think they would be more about helping the needy and not about turning things to gold.
    "God" needs to perform when the collective faith is low.
  5. Standard memberRJHinds
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    08 Jun '11 01:57
    Originally posted by karoly aczel
    "God" needs to perform when the collective faith is low.
    It seems pretty low on this forum.
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