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SUNDAY WITHOUT MASS IN POLAND - Judaeo-leftist Wyborcza gloats


Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
1 Jul 2012  #1
The Jewish-controlled leftist-liberal daily Gazeta Wyborcza (known by many as Gazeta WybiĆ³rcza) ran screaming headlines across the front page of its Friday edition: NIEDZIELA BEZ MSZY.

It was reporting the latest findings of the Catholic Church's Statistical Institute which said that in 2011 only 40% of Poles regularly attended Sunday mass - down from 41% in 2010. That figure was 10% compared with 20 years ago.
Hipis - | 227
1 Jul 2012  #2
I like Sunday without mass. It seems more and more Poles are beginning to feel the same as me. I also like left wing liberalism too :)
WielkiPolak 58 | 1,034
1 Jul 2012  #3
It was going to happen. You let the wrong influences guide the country and there can be little surprise about the results.
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
1 Jul 2012  #4
From a purely psychological standpoint, the hour a week spent in church provides much needed respite from the humdrum weekly routine of work, study, commuting, shopping, netsurfing, watching the telly,etc. But I realise there are people who regard nursing a hangover or washing the car as spiritually more uplifting. À chacun son goût, as they say in German!
teflcat 5 | 1,032
1 Jul 2012  #5
But I realise there are people who regard nursing a hangover or washing the car as spiritually more uplifting.

I didn't drink last night and my wife washes my car. Some of us non-believers do actually do interesting stuff, like reading books (or writing them). Some are probably doing volunteer work today, with no hope of eternal reward. Meanwhile, in the churches millions are attempting to strike deals with the Almighty. "If you get me through my exam, I'll be good."
WielkiPolak 58 | 1,034
1 Jul 2012  #6
Some of us non-believers do actually do interesting stuff, like reading books (or writing them). Some are probably doing volunteer work today, with no hope of eternal reward

That is a very idealistic and naive view. Look around you, what do you see? Don't kid yourself. Most people are probably lying in bed now trying to shake off a hang over. The slightly older ones might go shopping.
teflcat 5 | 1,032
1 Jul 2012  #7
idealistic and naive

Look in the mirror. I was in Baghdad when you were in dad's bag.
WielkiPolak 58 | 1,034
1 Jul 2012  #8
Lame. Very lame. Playing the age card. Dear me.
teflcat 5 | 1,032
1 Jul 2012  #9
Most people are probably lying in bed now trying to shake off a hang over

As compared with your razor-sharp powers of rhetoric.
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
1 Jul 2012  #10
All of Poland's media reported the downturn in mass attendnace, but only Wyborcza so brazenly highlighted it with a big, bold headline. Anyone know why?
teflcat 5 | 1,032
1 Jul 2012  #11
Anyone know why?

Perhaps because they are

Jewish-controlled leftist-liberal

and murdered Jesus.
Hipis - | 227
1 Jul 2012  #12
Anyone know why?

serwisy.gazeta.pl/O_nas/0,111260.html

Write to them and ask :)
NorthMancPolak 4 | 648
1 Jul 2012  #13
Good. Poles are increasingly thinking for themselves, which is always a good thing, unless you're "in power", of course. If Poles become more like the Czechs, that's great. Unlike this thread, which is yet another Pol-Am attempt to discredit Jews. Start your own backward fundamentalist Christian paper if you don't like it. Or, simply do as I do - don't buy toilet paper like Gazeta Wyborcza! I bet Polonius3 is one of those idiots who walks around with a "GOD HATES FAGS" sign on his day off.
jon357 63 | 14,124
1 Jul 2012  #14
Even the title of this thread is nasty.
WielkiPolak 58 | 1,034
1 Jul 2012  #16
NorthMancPolak who says they are thinking for themselves? Perhaps Gazeta Wyborcza and friends are thinking for them and turning them away from Catholicism in the same way a pro Catholic media source tries to take people and convert/keep them. If someone turns Catholic you can use the same argument. 'Finally he/she is thinking and not listening to those atheists, finally he/she has seen the light.' Anyway it is not difficult to convince a person to turn away from religion, after all living a morally lawless life and doing whatever feels good sounds like a fantastic life, but it does not mean it is necessarily the right way to live. These days there is no honour or 'doing what's right.' These days what's right is whatever feels good, whatever suits me best and whatever I can get the most benefit out of. Shame really.
milky 13 | 1,657
1 Jul 2012  #17
i believe we should keep holy the (or at least a day of rest)sabbath day,because once it become a normal day, workers will be cajoled/forced by the "norm" to work as if a week day. The neo liberal agenda would love its "taxed to the neck" workers to work 24/7. I'm an atheist but f0ck that game of playing into the net of the corporate state.
Magdalena 3 | 1,837
1 Jul 2012  #18
40% of Poles regularly attended Sunday mass

You are all fighting over nothing. Most Poles are still attending, but about half are brave enough to admit that it's not every single Sunday ;-) BTW, lots and lots of agnostics and atheists also attend Mass (I used to) for the sake of family members etc. So in fact you have absolutely no idea what's really going on the church-going universe ;-p
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
1 Jul 2012  #19
If the truth is nasty (you can take a head count of the Wyborczs staff, if you like!), then I can say it is Albanian-controlled or Brazilian-controlled. Does a lie make you happy?
WielkiPolak 58 | 1,034
1 Jul 2012  #20
True we cannot know these types of figures for sure. I non believer might go, a believer might not go. At Christmas and Easter I assume the figure rises considerably. This is not a debate on the figures though but rather that the article by Gazeta Wyborcza is clearly stating this a positive to be proud of.
Nickidewbear 23 | 569
1 Jul 2012  #21
Perhaps because they are Polonius3: Jewish-controlled leftist-liberal and murdered Jesus.

Actually, it's because Roman Catholicism is a cult and Poles are finally getting that--and we killed, but not murdered, Jesus. We did not have mens rea.
Harry
1 Jul 2012  #22
Always nice to see certain persons whining about Poland not being what they think out should be while they refuse to do anything to help Poland, or even to live here.
teflcat 5 | 1,032
1 Jul 2012  #23
Actually, it's because Roman Catholicism is a cult and Poles are finally getting that--and we killed, but not murdered, Jesus. We did not have mens rea.

It's called irony.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
1 Jul 2012  #24
Personally I see this as a byproduct of the country getting wealthier.

As for the "Judaeo-leftist gloats" attack, that's really not the Christian way, think about that PS3
Ironside 48 | 9,748
2 Jul 2012  #25
Good. Poles are increasingly thinking for themselves

Are they ?how come ?

As compared with your razor-sharp powers of rhetoric.

and murdered Jesus.

and you have lost your razor-sharp powers of rhetoric with such retorts,if you ever had them!
Nickidewbear 23 | 569
2 Jul 2012  #26
It's called irony.

Then you should've noted that.
peterweg 36 | 2,316
2 Jul 2012  #27
The masses I've attended recently (at several different churches around the country) have been standing room only - outside the building. Poland needs to build more churches.
Nickidewbear 23 | 569
2 Jul 2012  #28
Or:

- Renovate the existing ones.
- Use and renovate old buildings as churches.
- Start house churches.
pgtx 29 | 3,159
2 Jul 2012  #29
Poland needs to build more churches??? Are you kidding?? In Poland, there is a church on every corner.
peterweg 36 | 2,316
2 Jul 2012  #30
Use and renovate old buildings as churches.

#

How about converting the many abandoned Synagogues?

Joking.

Although I wish the Jewish Dispora would do something about them before they turn to rubble.


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