Yikes Lex, so sorry to have overlooked your question! Very glad to hear that you were (and hopefully still are) making time for ASK.fm. Thanks for asking how I have been and happily I can say that I have been well. My biggest news is that I am attending daily Mass again.
Hey guys I'm new here, how does this app work and is it worth it? Thanks in advance! 💓
I very much liked the basic question and answer format of the app. I am only getting used to the "recent" changes, like allowing people to comment directly on threads (I am not sure how one moderates comments if necessary.) Being able to DM someone is also new and I liked how before that was not possible. And it is now styled as a dating app, I believe, which is a great pity to me, as I think it is more important that people share ideas than find spouses.
Americans invented many things...we got bored of boring foods And, we gave the world Salisbury steak, McRib sandwiches, chicken corn chowders, and a chili with beans! We accomplished great architectural feats ,too, like constructing the Chocolate fountain at buffets! :P and microwave pizza
You are making me hungry! I hope you partoke in all and more for Thanksgiving. 😊😊😊
Have we all become ignorant? Have humans lost ourselves?
If we take governments as representative of what we believe then certainly the world which has known the truth, God, has become ignorant and that which has not known him has persisted in its ignorance.(God has manifested himself clearly to us in Jesus Christ and in the Church he founded, i.e. the Catholic Church, which can be truly spoken of as his mystical body.)However, we are not lost without hope, as God is very, very, very near to each one of us. By his power I write this, be it ill or good, and by his power you read it.
Is st. paddy a real saint? from ireland, whom the holiday is named after
He is a real saint! St. Patrick, pray for us. I watched a free YouTube movie of his life recently, though, can recall very little of it unfortunately. So little that I hesitate to even affirm that he is Irish. He certainly is the patron of Ireland.
St. Thomas Aquinas. Not that I have read much of his work, nor understood much of what I have read, but his rigour in seeking the truth by presenting the arguments of his opponents in the best way that he can and his love for truth are what make him my favourite. His love for truth means that, with his clarity of thought he deals with the greatest being and the source of all being, that is, God.
I am finding "Better Call Saul" both interesting and good, though, I find the main charater's lack of conscience a bit gut wrenching. You might say that he does show a conscience and there is some sign of that but to me that makes his failure to listen to it even more distressing. Perhaps he will redeem himself? I certainly do hope so, but the chances seem slim to me.