Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster diocese, the Rt Rev John Sherrington, to open new school buildings at St Anthony’s Roman Catholic School

Watford Observer: Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster diocese, the Rt Rev John Sherrington. Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster diocese, the Rt Rev John Sherrington.

The Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster diocese, the Rt Rev John Sherrington, will cut a ribbon to open new buildings at St Anthony’s Roman Catholic School in Croxley View, Watford, on Thursday morning.

The Bishop will arrive at the school to take morning mass before performing the official opening at 11am.

He will then tour the new buildings and meet pupils and staff at work in classrooms before having lunch at the school.

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10:31am Wed 15 Jan 14

andyandyandy says...

Priests should be kept well away from children. Especially Catholic Priests.
Priests should be kept well away from children. Especially Catholic Priests. andyandyandy
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2:35pm Wed 15 Jan 14

garston tony says...

andyandyandy wrote:
Priests should be kept well away from children. Especially Catholic Priests.
Talk about sweeping generalisations
[quote][p][bold]andyandyandy[/bold] wrote: Priests should be kept well away from children. Especially Catholic Priests.[/p][/quote]Talk about sweeping generalisations garston tony
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11:17pm Wed 15 Jan 14

LSC says...

garston tony wrote:
andyandyandy wrote:
Priests should be kept well away from children. Especially Catholic Priests.
Talk about sweeping generalisations
Religion is all about sweeping generalisations, why exclude the rest of us?
[quote][p][bold]garston tony[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyandyandy[/bold] wrote: Priests should be kept well away from children. Especially Catholic Priests.[/p][/quote]Talk about sweeping generalisations[/p][/quote]Religion is all about sweeping generalisations, why exclude the rest of us? LSC
  • Score: -1

2:51pm Thu 16 Jan 14

garston tony says...

LSC wrote:
garston tony wrote:
andyandyandy wrote: Priests should be kept well away from children. Especially Catholic Priests.
Talk about sweeping generalisations
Religion is all about sweeping generalisations, why exclude the rest of us?
And another sweeping generalisation.

Even if your comment was true this is yet another example of non religious folk acting in the same manner that they claim all people of religious faith do.

One rule for you is it
[quote][p][bold]LSC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]garston tony[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyandyandy[/bold] wrote: Priests should be kept well away from children. Especially Catholic Priests.[/p][/quote]Talk about sweeping generalisations[/p][/quote]Religion is all about sweeping generalisations, why exclude the rest of us?[/p][/quote]And another sweeping generalisation. Even if your comment was true this is yet another example of non religious folk acting in the same manner that they claim all people of religious faith do. One rule for you is it garston tony
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8:46pm Thu 16 Jan 14

LSC says...

garston tony wrote:
LSC wrote:
garston tony wrote:
andyandyandy wrote: Priests should be kept well away from children. Especially Catholic Priests.
Talk about sweeping generalisations
Religion is all about sweeping generalisations, why exclude the rest of us?
And another sweeping generalisation.

Even if your comment was true this is yet another example of non religious folk acting in the same manner that they claim all people of religious faith do.

One rule for you is it
That's the thing Tony, I don't have any rules except the ones in my own mind. Religions, however, have rule books and appointed representatives to tell everybody what to do, and what to think. The rule books naturally contain vast generalisations, they couldn't work otherwise.
I generalise because it is human nature to do so. I would say, for instance, that all muggers are scumbags, but it is possible that isn't true. Robin Hood was a mugger yet people like him.
But if 'all muggers are scumbags' is written in a rule book that I am compelled to follow, then I would be unable to concede the point like I just did about Robin Hood. The generalisations in the bible etc stifle concessions and free thought.
[quote][p][bold]garston tony[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LSC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]garston tony[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyandyandy[/bold] wrote: Priests should be kept well away from children. Especially Catholic Priests.[/p][/quote]Talk about sweeping generalisations[/p][/quote]Religion is all about sweeping generalisations, why exclude the rest of us?[/p][/quote]And another sweeping generalisation. Even if your comment was true this is yet another example of non religious folk acting in the same manner that they claim all people of religious faith do. One rule for you is it[/p][/quote]That's the thing Tony, I don't have any rules except the ones in my own mind. Religions, however, have rule books and appointed representatives to tell everybody what to do, and what to think. The rule books naturally contain vast generalisations, they couldn't work otherwise. I generalise because it is human nature to do so. I would say, for instance, that all muggers are scumbags, but it is possible that isn't true. Robin Hood was a mugger yet people like him. But if 'all muggers are scumbags' is written in a rule book that I am compelled to follow, then I would be unable to concede the point like I just did about Robin Hood. The generalisations in the bible etc stifle concessions and free thought. LSC
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