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Author:  Custos [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 4:51 pm ]
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Reading things like this makes me glad I am not Anglican.

Author:  Desertfalcon [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 5:04 pm ]
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Fortunately, it is only a cracker the dog consumed. Disgusting nevertheless. The only good thing is that stories like this just cause more and more faithful Christian Anglicans to rise out of their pews, don their swim trunks, look across the Tiber, and say, "it's time".

Author:  AdAltareDei [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 5:32 pm ]
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Christ: "Give not that which is holy to dogs."

Peggy Needham: "In my opinion, Christ would have thought it was neat."

Author:  SuperCathNorman [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 5:41 pm ]
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Our pastor's dog once got out of the rectory and into the church by accident. That dog was always getting loose. He ended up drinking out of the baptisimal font. Whoopsie!!

Author:  GKC [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 6:51 pm ]
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Desertfalcon wrote:
Fortunately, it is only a cracker the dog consumed. Disgusting nevertheless. The only good thing is that stories like this just cause more and more faithful Christian Anglicans to rise out of their pews, don their swim trunks, look across the Tiber, and say, "it's time".



Surely, DF, what you are thinking of here would be an unleavened, unconsecrated wafer. Even in my locale, crackers are only associated with Ritz or Town House, or maybe threads in the Political Asylum.


GKC

Author:  Desertfalcon [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 6:56 pm ]
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GKC wrote:
Desertfalcon wrote:
Fortunately, it is only a cracker the dog consumed. Disgusting nevertheless. The only good thing is that stories like this just cause more and more faithful Christian Anglicans to rise out of their pews, don their swim trunks, look across the Tiber, and say, "it's time".



Surely, DF, what you are thinking of here would be an unleavened, unconsecrated wafer. Even in my locale, crackers are only associated with Ritz or Town House, or maybe threads in the Political Asylum.


GKC

That wasn't very charitable of me to be sure. I apologise for being insulting. It just makes my blood boil, that no matter what I may think of the nature of the Anglican Eucharist, that this priestess thought so little of it.

Author:  GKC [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 6:58 pm ]
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Desertfalcon wrote:
GKC wrote:
Desertfalcon wrote:
Fortunately, it is only a cracker the dog consumed. Disgusting nevertheless. The only good thing is that stories like this just cause more and more faithful Christian Anglicans to rise out of their pews, don their swim trunks, look across the Tiber, and say, "it's time".



Surely, DF, what you are thinking of here would be an unleavened, unconsecrated wafer. Even in my locale, crackers are only associated with Ritz or Town House, or maybe threads in the Political Asylum.


GKC

That wasn't very charitable of me to be sure. I apologise for being insulting. It just makes my blood boil, that no matter what I may think of the nature of the Anglican Eucharist, that this priestess thought so little of it.



Entertain conjecture of what I think of the priestess/female in sacerdotal garments.


GKC

Author:  Desertfalcon [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 7:18 pm ]
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GKC wrote:
Desertfalcon wrote:
GKC wrote:
Desertfalcon wrote:
Fortunately, it is only a cracker the dog consumed. Disgusting nevertheless. The only good thing is that stories like this just cause more and more faithful Christian Anglicans to rise out of their pews, don their swim trunks, look across the Tiber, and say, "it's time".



Surely, DF, what you are thinking of here would be an unleavened, unconsecrated wafer. Even in my locale, crackers are only associated with Ritz or Town House, or maybe threads in the Political Asylum.


GKC

That wasn't very charitable of me to be sure. I apologise for being insulting. It just makes my blood boil, that no matter what I may think of the nature of the Anglican Eucharist, that this priestess thought so little of it.



Entertain conjecture of what I think of the priestess/female in sacerdotal garments.


GKC

Ah, then no offence given. :)

Author:  GKC [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 7:23 pm ]
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Desertfalcon wrote:
GKC wrote:
Desertfalcon wrote:
GKC wrote:
Desertfalcon wrote:
Fortunately, it is only a cracker the dog consumed. Disgusting nevertheless. The only good thing is that stories like this just cause more and more faithful Christian Anglicans to rise out of their pews, don their swim trunks, look across the Tiber, and say, "it's time".



Surely, DF, what you are thinking of here would be an unleavened, unconsecrated wafer. Even in my locale, crackers are only associated with Ritz or Town House, or maybe threads in the Political Asylum.


GKC

That wasn't very charitable of me to be sure. I apologise for being insulting. It just makes my blood boil, that no matter what I may think of the nature of the Anglican Eucharist, that this priestess thought so little of it.



Entertain conjecture of what I think of the priestess/female in sacerdotal garments.


GKC

Ah, then no offence given. :)



True. Just pursuing terminological exactitude.


GKC

Author:  Custos [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 8:00 pm ]
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GKC wrote:

Surely what you are thinking of here would be an unleavened, unconsecrated wafer.


Although the clergy-person in question would certainly claim that the wafer she gave to Fido had been "consecrated" by a "priest". Of course, the whole question would be what she thought her "consecration" of that wafer did.

Author:  Obi-Wan Kenobi [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 8:02 pm ]
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Is this not a good thread for a puppy picture?

Author:  Dominicatella [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 8:04 pm ]
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Obi-Wan Kenobi wrote:
Is this not a good thread for a puppy picture?

Yeah, I'm feeling distinctly unloved in this thread. :fyi:

Author:  GKC [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 8:07 pm ]
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Custos wrote:
GKC wrote:

Surely what you are thinking of here would be an unleavened, unconsecrated wafer.


Although the clergy-person in question would certainly claim that the wafer she gave to Fido had been "consecrated" by a "priest". Of course, the whole question would be what she thought her "consecration" of that wafer did.





But surely mediated in the end by the fact that she was not, in fact, a valid priest, as both you and I say.

As to what she assumed had occurred, it is not easy to say. Common among the varities of Anglicans.

This story was picked up by one of the major evangelical and orthodox Anglican sites. The comments were scathing.


GKC

Author:  GKC [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 8:08 pm ]
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Puppi wrote:
Obi-Wan Kenobi wrote:
Is this not a good thread for a puppy picture?

Yeah, I'm feeling distinctly unloved in this thread. :fyi:



I, for one, would like a puppy pic here.


GKC

Author:  Desertfalcon [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 8:10 pm ]
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Image

Author:  GKC [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 8:17 pm ]
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Desertfalcon wrote:
Image



This is a good pic and looks very much like my late, lamented black lab.

GKC

Author:  Dominicatella [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 8:19 pm ]
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GKC wrote:
This is a good pic and look very much like my late, lamented black lab.

GKC
Awww. I have a chocolate lab. She's an old puppy, will be 15 in a few months, if she makes it to her birthday. She's doing OK, though, causing mischief as usual. :)

Author:  GKC [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 8:24 pm ]
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Puppi wrote:
GKC wrote:
This is a good pic and look very much like my late, lamented black lab.

GKC
Awww. I have a chocolate lab. She's an old puppy, will be 15 in a few months, if she makes it to her birthday. She's doing OK, though, causing mischief as usual. :)




I said goodbye to mine 3 years ago, come mid Sep. She was nearing 16. Cherish yours.


GKC

Author:  Rushintuit [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 9:21 pm ]
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Some years ago, our Bishop blessed a dog during the annual blessing of animals and it died the next day. It took a while for the good Bishop to live that one down!

Author:  Learner [ Thu Jul 22, 2010 9:26 pm ]
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From the article:

Quote:
interim priest Rev. Marguerite Rea



That says all that needs to be said!

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