24 thoughts on “Protestant vs Katlicks

  1. ladysighs says:

    Yes, it was funny. LOL


  2. ubi dubium says:

    Oh my. What’s next? “This is a Presbyterian bookstore, we don’t sell any of that Methodist heresy here!”

    I love being able to sit back and let the religious sects argue with each other over trivial nonsense. Pass the popcorn.

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  3. john zande says:

    That’s all we need, the Christians to start fighting amongst each again.

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  4. Violet says:

    Not to be a stickler, but I’m reasonably certain there are some protestants who do first communion as well. The owner of the bookstore was obviously one who didn’t.


  5. Scottie says:

    I notice that people who discriminate against others, are the most offended when they are the victim of discrimination themselves. I imagine Muriel Swan has turned her nose up at gay people. I dare say she thinks she is better than “those others” and she is special because she is a Catholic. Oh how painful the ill fitting shoe when it is on your own feet and not on anothers foot. Hugs

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  6. Love it. Christians are just SOOO violent and mean toward each other.


  7. Mystro says:

    My fav line: “She should get the Pope to open a few bookshops for her because he has plenty of money.” I can taste the thick bitterness, yet it is sweet!

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  8. Ron says:

    It’s all peace, love and unity in the Holy Spook until someone seeks out a special Bible. Then all Armageddon breaks loose.


    • makagutu says:

      Armageddon is always waiting to happen


      • basenjibrian says:

        and as followers of the death cult, they are so LOOKING FORWARD to all that death and destruction.

        There is this amazing Finnish band called Mansion that does songs (I hope and pray they are doing a very serious POE parody) about the bloodthirsty core of the faith.


  9. Peter says:

    Some people are just looking to get offended.

    I liked the comment:

    I went to the butcher’s to buy some bread, but they said they didn’t sell it. I felt offended.

    This is a proverbial storm in a teacup.

    The Catholic bookshop in my town has recently closed. But I suspect that the Protestant bookshop would gladly stock a bit of catholic specific material if they thought there were sales in it.

    Back in the day when I was associated with Churches, we found that the Catholic shop was the place to go to buy good candles.


  10. shelldigger says:

    Nothing better that to see these types going at each other. “My invisible friend is better than yours!”



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