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    Henchy432 is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Default Who says the Pope isn't looking out for kids.

    http://www.breitbart.com/article.php...show_article=1

    New York's Roman Catholic Church is trying a novel approach to alert children to the danger of being sexually assaulted by a priest, with an abuse-themed coloring book, officials said Tuesday

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    Raszagal is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    One image in the book features a guardian angel hovering over an altar boy with a priest lurking in the background.
    Now thats a scary image O_o Its nice to see that the church is finally doin "somehting" about the problem instead of sending the pedofile priest to other communities.

    Wasn't is because of child abuse cases that Benedict was chosen as the new pope? I think he had a stronger opinion what should be done against the priests who are...lurking around the corner.

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    Popothepenguin is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    Hahaha, one good thing is that children know what can happen to them, but treating all preists like badguys is going to make a lot fewer Catholics for the future. I think they should just start letting the priests get married; they probably get lonely. Its more tradition for them, considering it says nothing against marriage of church leaders in the bible.

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    AtrumIncendia is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    This reminds me of that one episode of South Park.

    "Has the preist tried sticking anything up your butt?"

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    Raszagal is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Yeah, kids can really grow a trust to the priest in their community, if they have that picture in their head >_>

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    A bloody colouring book... A bloody colouring book... I gotta get my hands on that!

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    lews_therin_tel is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    ^How come the pope looks like what's-his-name the green guy from Dragonball? (I am actually proud over the fact that I've forgotten it)

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    Piccolo?
    But maybe you mean God in Dragonball.

    Yeah, he does look like him, but more than that he looks like Darth Sithius.

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    lews_therin_tel is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    I meant Piccolo, yes (God, the names in dragonball are almost as stupid as the story!). But you've got a point there about Darth Sidious.

 

 
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