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Monday, 4 April 2005
Jesus Worked Within John Paul 2
I'm not a Roman Catholic, but it appears that John Paul 11 was used by Christ to effect changes in conditions on planet earth. A short list is presented below:
1. The fall of Communism
2. Forgiveness of the RC Church for its anti-Semitism in the past
3. Forgiveness of the RC Church for its sexual crimes against children
4. The example of a suffering servant and spiritual being who still cares for humanity, irregardless of race or religion.
5. And most important, Jesus's spiritual outreach through the Pope to peoples of different faiths.

This isn't dogma lifted from a 2000-year historical document. It's an encounter with the living Jesus of the 20 and 21st century.

The Roman Catholic Church has many flaws, just like any other man-made institution.

Jesus will communicate his messages through anyone he wants including non-Christians and sci/fi writers.

We definitely have entered a new age and a new millennium for the Christian Church and all of humanity.
What are your views on this subject?

Posted by qualteam at 1:17 PM EDT
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Sunday, 3 April 2005
Time For A More Progressive Catholic Church
Mood:  bright
Will the next pope move the Roman Catholic church into the 21st century? Will the church become more progressive on issues like female priests, married priests, and contraception?

I'm not expecting Catholic clergy to endorse gay marriage, but progress in other important areas would be welcome.

Catholics Talk About Their Church And The Pope

Posted by qualteam at 10:29 PM EDT
Updated: Sunday, 3 April 2005 10:38 PM EDT
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Saturday, 2 April 2005
Remembering Karol Wojtyla(John Paul 2)
I'm not a Roman Catholic, but I remember John Paul with some fondness. I admired the way that he fought against Communism in his native country Poland.

While he may have not dismantled the Soviet Union personally, he had a hand in setting the Poles and others on the road to democracy.

My most touching memory of him was during "The Youth Days 2002" in Toronto. Obviously weakened by different physical conditions, he plugged on and asked forgiveness for the sexual sins of some priests in the church.

In over 100 visits to many countries, he tried to build bridges between different nationalities and faiths.

I believe that he succeeded as Pope and Jesus promoted him to a better job.
Memories Of John Paul In Toronto

Posted by qualteam at 9:45 PM EST
Updated: Saturday, 2 April 2005 10:00 PM EST
Friday, 1 April 2005
Yahoo Baby, Happy April Fool's Day
Mood:  down
Cowboys think that a good ride should last only eight seconds. What do you think?

Posted by qualteam at 10:20 PM EST
Wednesday, 30 March 2005
The Top Ten Embarrassing Ways To Die
10)In your sleep, wearing your superman jammies.

9)A paper cut in a very sensitive place.

8)Getting hit by a car...while streaking on the freeway.

7)Heart attack while line dancing.

6)During sex...with a farm animal.

5)Getting hit by a car..while wearing your "Michael Jackson" Halloween costume.

4)Heart attack while simulating the move and wearing the clothes that your favorite professional wrestler did.

3)In your sleep, in your favorite chair with a Pee Wee Herman movie in the VCR.

2)At your computer while visiting a webpage other than THE BARRON BLOG!

1)In a fire, caused by a shortage in "The Clapper"

Posted by qualteam at 9:59 PM EST
Tuesday, 29 March 2005
I Think Therefore I Organize My Thoughts
I feel like the old bird in the cartoon "Shoe" that can't find his desk because of the clutter on it.

My problem is that too many things are filed under "Miscellaneous". Any of my filing lookups can become a journey into the unknown.

I've been working hard over the last fews days to correct this "Administration Maze Game". With any degree of intelligence, out of chaos will come some kind of order.
A Really "Big Shoe"

Posted by qualteam at 10:46 PM EST
Updated: Tuesday, 29 March 2005 10:51 PM EST
Sunday, 27 March 2005
Happy Easter
In the battle of good versus evil, we know who won. Jesus Christ has earned the title of Superhero Master.

"Oh, Grave where is your victory? Oh Death, where is your sting?"

Posted by qualteam at 10:09 PM EST
Updated: Sunday, 27 March 2005 10:12 PM EST
Friday, 25 March 2005
The Crucificion, Was An Overwhelming Experience
To Those Who Were Close By.

Most of the theology of the early Christian Church came from an interpretation of the crucificion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The death of a loved one is difficult at anytime, but this particular significant death was very hard to understand.

Personally, I believe that Christ was trying to save everyone by this master plan that he had with God. It was awesome in its scope and power. In order to deal with all the livings souls that every existed, Jesus had to step out of time and correct what was wrong. This is dying "for the sins of all mankind."

The old universe ends and a new one begins in a blink of an eye. As John states in Revelation, "I saw a New Heaven and a New Earth." The Apostle Paul states in Corinthians, "As in Adam all die, so in Christ all will be made alive."

Everyone on Earth will encounter the crucificion memory of Jesus Christ in the vastness of time. At that time, the truth of this event will be revealed.

Posted by qualteam at 4:52 PM EST
Updated: Sunday, 27 March 2005 10:15 PM EST
Wednesday, 23 March 2005
El Predicto On American Idol
The great El Predicto predicts that Carrie Underwood will win the 2005 version of American Idol. Would anyone want to bet against Carrie's victory?
El Predicto Returns

Posted by qualteam at 10:22 PM EST
Tuesday, 22 March 2005
Renovating While Sick
Despite their present illnesses, my wife, Irene, and her son, Leslie, continued painting the bedroom. This is comparable to athletes playing while hurt.

Again it shows the determination of Newfoundlanders to keep going despite the odds. That's how they survived on that godforshaken island so long(i.e. over five hundred years).

Newfoundland Websites

Posted by qualteam at 9:40 PM EST
Updated: Tuesday, 22 March 2005 9:43 PM EST

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