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All groups have their in-fighting, even Catholic priests.
Edward Tarte shares a fascinating story about his time in the priesthood when there was some drama in his rectory because he and a colleague participated in a Cursillo retreat.
Hemant Mehta is the editor of Friendly Atheist, appears on the Atheist Voice channel on YouTube, and co-hosts the uniquely-named Friendly Atheist Podcast. You can read much more about him here.
Wherever there is more than one person, there will likely be conflict no matter where we go or what beliefs we subscribe to. It’s human nature. Sometimes folks just can’t get along. I love this guy and subscribe to his YouTube channel, but this literally put me to sleep.
Speaking of conflict, if you want a chuckle, have a look at the edit history of the Cursillo wikipedia page. XD
People’s Front of Judea? We’re the Judean People’s Front!
Sounds like being a Catholic priest is just like having any other job with a dickhead boss.
I mean, he sounds like a whiner. His views evolved an that’s excellent, he does not have to betray all little dirt details if the organization that he joined likely voluntarily, signs of bad character.
The horror. The horror.
This reminds me of Grandpa on the Simpsons. Telling a boring story about nothing that goes on and on and on…
Ha! ha ha ha! Holy Weapons of Math Instruction, batman, that guy used to teach at my highschool in Texas! Hemant, I wonder how many other math teachers are secret neer-do-well Internet Atheists??
I was interested when he talked about ‘breaking away from the clutches of the Catholic Church’ to paraphrase what he said.
He didn’t mention how Christianity teaches how we are depraved and corrupt all because some imaginary woman in an imaginary garden was tricked into eating an apple by an imaginary snake (Jewish in origin). It’s hard for me to express how disgusting I think that lie is.
We all need to remember Jean Meslier–a saint of atheism, so to speak.
What Josh said:
kill me now.
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