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  1. D. Roman says:

    Your daughter’s musings made me laugh—and leads me to believe a Catholic education turns out more healthy skeptics—myself included. As I write this, an army of convent nuns are praying for me in the hopes I turn my pen to poems about the Lord, instead of witches and demons. Gotta say, the prayers don’t seem to be working.


    1. Ha ha ha ha ha ha! Indeed, and the prayers at this end have proved wayward as well.

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  2. Suzanne Smith says:

    I’ve always wanted to know, if he was put in the “crypt” on the Friday….shouldn’t it be the Monday that he “rose” and thus celebrate the resurrection on this day and not Sunday???


    1. Concur. More importantly, the calendar of the time was not the same as we use today. The names Monday, Tuesday, etc. as we know them, didn’t come around for the next thousand years. Adding to that, it was through the Emperor Constantine that the times of year these thing occur, were thought up and decided upon by a large council, and were designed to coincide with pre-existing pagan days of religious importance. The list goes on, personally I find it fascinating. You are the best.


      1. Suzanne Smith says:

        I too find it fascinating…but all good stories must be plausible…and the ones in the book called the bible are far from it in oh so many ways…at least it gives me a good laugh whenever I decide to delve into its pages 😉


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