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I am Catholic and you're not,Does that mean we conflict?

Sister Jean 2013/02/23 20:54:26
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  • dog 2013/02/25 22:02:38
    yes
    dog
    I'm a Catholic too, people get so confused but Catholics are Christians as well.
  • Danielle 2013/02/25 17:21:04
  • SillyPunk-RockGirl 2013/02/25 16:55:38
    no
    SillyPunk-RockGirl
    +1
    no, I think everyone has the right to believe in what he wants:)
  • Giantfan 2013/02/25 02:49:43
    no
    Giantfan
    +1
    I'm a Catholic and Jesus isn't so what does that tell you. LOL
  • The Tree of Life 2013/02/25 00:28:59
    no
    The Tree of Life
    +1
    I am open to people from all walks of life and backgrounds, as well as those who are religious. :)
  • Ms. Macabre 2013/02/25 00:25:49
    no
    Ms. Macabre
    +1
    Unless you try to shove it down my throat. I'm friends with people of all religions, it doesn't matter to me.
  • Timche 2013/02/25 00:01:12
    no
    Timche
    +1
    If u are not dumb or stupid.then everything is OK LOL
  • Rainon 2013/02/24 20:35:24
    no
    Rainon
    +1
    We can always agree to disagree amicably.
  • ALofRI 2013/02/24 19:19:14
    no
    ALofRI
    +1
    We just disagree on religion. Doesn't mean we have to be disagreeable. No conflict here.
  • Robbb 2013/02/24 18:29:12
    I think
    Robbb
    On some points we do. and on others it realy does not mater what your convictions are.
  • frank 2013/02/24 17:56:42
    no
    frank
    +1
    I have many friends that are of a different religion then I am, so who cares. Being of the same religion is nor a prerequisite to be friends.
  • lucky 2013/02/24 17:31:06
    no
    lucky
    +1
    Your beliefs may conflict but that does not mean you have to be mortal enemies and cant be friends or at least friendly acquaintances.
  • Herbtheman 2013/02/24 16:56:56
    no
    Herbtheman
    +1
    Not at all.
  • Pam 2013/02/24 16:04:05
    no
    Pam
    +1
    I respect all faiths, if we were all the same, this little world would be so boring.
  • peaches 2013/02/24 15:46:00 (edited)
    no
    peaches
    +1
    Of course not. You respect me, I respect you. I also do not judge someone by one label. Generally, I dislike the Catholic church as an institution (no offense to you, Sister, or anyone else), but I still have plenty of Catholic friends.
  • Not A Crybaby Richard <3Fre... 2013/02/24 14:46:37
    no
    Not A Crybaby Richard <3Freedom!
    +2
    As an Agnostic, I think anyone could be right.
  • John 2013/02/24 14:41:19
    I think
    John
    +2
    I was Catholic and now I'm agnostic. I still respect you and I like your questions. I can be a little sarcastic sometimes and I have a lot of fight in me. I try to keep those things under control so there won't be any conflict. Your kind of cool (for a nun).
  • Logical Alien 2013/02/24 14:12:37 (edited)
    no
    Logical Alien
    +2
    I respect all religions !
  • Jim 2013/02/24 13:19:20 (edited)
    no
    Jim
    As long as the preeminent civil arrangement in the society is of a secular nature, then neutral ground exists for amiable exchange. A secular society also gives people of different religious expectations a chance to disengage if the exchange is not constructive.

    The only time a theocracy or religious society can work is if everybody belongs to the same general faith and prefers it that way. That is actually superior to the secular multi-cultural model by a long shot but, it also requires vigilance to protect it from ambitious people who see profit in disruption (ahem,... Jews).

    Secular multi-culturalism is an artificial construct designed to keep incompatible groups from agitating each other. Tyranny is often unavoidable to maintain such an arrangement. Contrary to Politically Correct diktat, Man and Nature alike thrive best in homogeneous social arrangements. But, homogeneous societies are best able to resist tyranny, which is why the U.S., U.K., and E.U. have been flooded with 3rd world immigrants. A soiled and disrupted social fabric is easy to abuse and agitate for profit.
  • Lady Whitewolf 2013/02/24 12:10:19
    no
    Lady Whitewolf
    +1
    Not necessarily!
  • David (oYo) 2013/02/24 11:42:27
  • La 2013/02/24 11:39:04
    no
    La
    +1
    Not really
  • smilinbobs 2013/02/24 11:37:29
    I think
    smilinbobs
    +1
    As an atheist I find that some folks can discuss religion without it being a conflict just rational discussion others however can not discuss religious issues without it being a personal attack. since I have never been blocked by you for us there is no conflict just discussion without agreement.
  • enya senka 2013/02/24 11:09:35
    no
    enya senka
    +1
    personally no but living in belfast!!!! I would say "watch out!" to all religions!!
  • AlliePonie 2013/02/24 11:07:32
    no
    AlliePonie
    +2
    I'm not a Catholic and I go to a Catholic university. Does that mean the world is ending?
    world ending
    But in all seriousness, no I think not. ;)
  • Greg Saunders 2013/02/24 10:58:01
    no
    Greg Saunders
    +2
    Personally I judge someone on how they treat others if your beliefs affect others then like most people I'll take issue with that and judge accordingly.
  • Kezzi Morris 2013/02/24 10:40:51
    no
    Kezzi Morris
    not at all
  • Cunning Stunts 2013/02/24 10:27:52
    yes
    Cunning Stunts
    +1
    Sure does. No reason we can't play nice though.
  • mrdog 2013/02/24 09:05:06
    I think
    mrdog
    ON some issues there will be conflict....catholics are against abortion....so that is one conflict with some folks.... bark
  • MOMMA THOMAS 2013/02/24 07:59:30
    no
    MOMMA THOMAS
    +1
    SOME OFMY VERY BEST FRIENDS..........
  • Grabitz 2013/02/24 07:19:09
    no
    Grabitz
    +1
    No we both have to go through Jesus to get to God .
  • ProVega 2013/02/24 07:03:01
    no
    ProVega
    +1
    Only if ether of us try to force our beliefs on the other.
  • Olive Oil 2013/02/24 06:41:10
    I think
    Olive Oil
    I conflict with other Catholics. I think that people in general just conflict. We all have our own opinions. and way of thinking, even if we have the same religion
  • JwonGalt 2013/02/24 06:33:56
    no
    JwonGalt
    +2
    I am a Gnostic....all i care about is personal knowledge. So no, it does not mean we conflict
  • Thomas 2013/02/24 06:33:26
    no
    Thomas
    +1
    I'm Catholic too actually!
  • Barbara 2013/02/24 06:32:46
    no
    Barbara
    +1
    I'm Protestant, but I watch Mother Angelica and other programmes on the Catholic cable station. Unlike some people think, Catholics are Christians. Have never understood why anyone would think there is a difference and It annoys me when there is a distinction made.
  • Elephant Lord 2013/02/24 06:26:55
  • twocrows 2013/02/24 06:17:39
    no
    twocrows
    +1
    only if you see it as a problem. I certainly don't.
  • Benji 2013/02/24 06:04:51
    no
    Benji
    +1
    I'm not Catholic and as far as I know we get along pretty well!
  • Christopher Kirchen 2013/02/24 05:28:57
    no
    Christopher Kirchen
    +1
    Not necessarily. if we are friends, it doesn't have to come between us. I have friends of many persuasions.

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