Common prayers and phrases said during Catholic Mass to change; don't worry they made a cheat sheet

Mar 14, 2011 Full story: MLive.com 28

Jackson-area Catholics are learning some new words to say and sing during Mass - and if they forget, cheat sheets will be available in every pew, next to the hymnals.

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fedupwiththemess

Ashburn, VA

#1 Mar 14, 2011
Perfect example of catholics changing the rules as they go along. Always making up stuff that is NOT in the bible.
fedupwiththemess

Ashburn, VA

#2 Mar 14, 2011
typical catholic behavior.
Pax et Bonum

Mansfield, OH

#3 Mar 14, 2011
fedupwiththemess wrote:
Perfect example of catholics changing the rules as they go along. Always making up stuff that is NOT in the bible.
What rules are you refering to? Where in the Bible does it state that prayers can not be changed especially if they are being changed to better use the scriptures? Not that you'll respond with anything of worth.
fedupwiththemess

Woodbridge, VA

#4 Mar 14, 2011
Pax et Bonum wrote:
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What rules are you refering to? Where in the Bible does it state that prayers can not be changed especially if they are being changed to better use the scriptures? Not that you'll respond with anything of worth.
You catholics read prayers from a book instead of praying from YOUR heart. WHy is this? Stop reading prayers from a book that are dry and not even your own words. FAKE!
Pax et Bonum

Mansfield, OH

#5 Mar 14, 2011
fedupwiththemess wrote:
<quoted text>You catholics read prayers from a book instead of praying from YOUR heart. WHy is this? Stop reading prayers from a book that are dry and not even your own words. FAKE!
If you bothered to read any of these prayers you would know that they are made up mostly from scripture. Many psalms are used. The words of the Bible then are considered "dry" by you then? How strange for one who claims the Bible is everything.
fedupwiththemess

Woodbridge, VA

#6 Mar 14, 2011
Pax et Bonum wrote:
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If you bothered to read any of these prayers you would know that they are made up mostly from scripture. Many psalms are used. The words of the Bible then are considered "dry" by you then? How strange for one who claims the Bible is everything.
Pray from your heart and stop reading prayers?
Jim Dandy

Hampton Park, Australia

#7 Mar 14, 2011
Matthew 6:7 Bible in Basic English

"And in your prayer do not make use of the same words again and again, as the Gentiles do: for they have the idea that God will give attention to them because of the number of their words."
Mary

Philadelphia, PA

#8 Mar 14, 2011
I use both ways of praying to God. I make up my own prayers and "talk" to God and I also pray the prayers that I was taught.

I love praying the original Rosary (minus the luminous mysteries.)
Dan

Brandon, FL

#9 Mar 15, 2011
fedupwiththemess wrote:
<quoted text>You catholics read prayers from a book instead of praying from YOUR heart. WHy is this? Stop reading prayers from a book that are dry and not even your own words. FAKE!
You mean "prayers from a book" like, say, the Lord's Prayer?

Should we all stop praying that one too?

We're getting "fed up" with YOUR "mess".
cat

Mayfield, KY

#10 Mar 15, 2011
well
Pax et Bonum

Mansfield, OH

#11 Mar 15, 2011
fedupwiththemess wrote:
<quoted text>Pray from your heart and stop reading prayers?
What and have them be "man made." Is praying the Bible so wrong?
Pax et Bonum

Mansfield, OH

#12 Mar 15, 2011
Mary wrote:
I use both ways of praying to God. I make up my own prayers and "talk" to God and I also pray the prayers that I was taught.
I love praying the original Rosary (minus the luminous mysteries.)
The Luminous mysteries complete the story of Jesus in such a wonderful way making the Rosary more complete in it's meditation on the life of Christ.
fedupwiththemess

Ashburn, VA

#13 Mar 15, 2011
Dan wrote:
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You mean "prayers from a book" like, say, the Lord's Prayer?
Should we all stop praying that one too?
We're getting "fed up" with YOUR "mess".
Nope. The Lords prayer is in the bible. That one is fine. Like I say...where do catholics get their prayers from???
fedupwiththemess

Ashburn, VA

#14 Mar 15, 2011
Pax et Bonum wrote:
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What and have them be "man made." Is praying the Bible so wrong?
Long as it is from the correct bible and not the catholic man made up one.
Pax et Bonum

Mansfield, OH

#15 Mar 15, 2011
fedupwiththemess wrote:
<quoted text>Nope. The Lords prayer is in the bible. That one is fine. Like I say...where do catholics get their prayers from???
Mostly from the Bible. You've been told this before.
fedupwiththemess

Ashburn, VA

#16 Mar 15, 2011
Pax et Bonum wrote:
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Mostly from the Bible. You've been told this before.
Which bible? The man made up catholic bible or the real bible?
Dan

Saint Petersburg, FL

#17 Mar 15, 2011
fedupwiththemess wrote:
<quoted text>Nope. The Lords prayer is in the bible. That one is fine. Like I say...where do catholics get their prayers from???
Wait-I thought getting a prayer from a book was "bad"? You're supposed to make it up on your own. You said so.

The Hail Mary is replete with scripture.

Pax et Bonum

Mansfield, OH

#18 Mar 15, 2011
fedupwiththemess wrote:
<quoted text>Which bible? The man made up catholic bible or the real bible?
What you believe to be the real Bible would not exist if it weren't for the Catholic Bible. Again a simple read of history would let you know this.
Dan

Saint Petersburg, FL

#19 Mar 15, 2011
Pax et Bonum wrote:
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What you believe to be the real Bible would not exist if it weren't for the Catholic Bible. Again a simple read of history would let you know this.
Reading, even "simple" reads, are beyond "fedup"'s pay grade, as it were.
Pax et Bonum

Mansfield, OH

#20 Mar 15, 2011
Dan wrote:
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Reading, even "simple" reads, are beyond "fedup"'s pay grade, as it were.
It seems this way. Fed is one I've delt with before and what he posts is not new. Still I have hope that he may still learn something. If only because of the persistance of those who understand Catholic teaching and refuse to allow him and others to post falsehoods and misconceptions without something to counter them.

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