@Wicked, That would make too much sense. If the next Pope turns out to be a former Anglican disaffected by female ordination and gay marriage, you and Isidnar are never going to find your way out of Internet debt.
You know what, Catholic has a reason to sustain the Vatican and it makes no sense arguing about religions on the Internet. Only people who live in Texas and have never travelled to any other part of the world do that
- pure religious debate.
The Catholic church needs a reform as much as the Christian one does and it is a lot of great efforts to be made. You can't demand an old man to fulfill every duty that even a young man with better physical conditions can't.
No more verbal abuse about the Pope, end of the story.
I feel obliged to comment here, the resignation of the Pope is a silent opposition against the game of power and wealth within the Vatican, as well as a compromise with the modernization of society and people's growing
disbelief of any traditional religion.
With all due respects, I believe that the God himself has more sex than the Pope, and Jesus also had lots of sex (at least many people in the Hispanic culture are named Jesus), but that's purely their piracy and has nothing to do with religious belief.
Criticizing someone for having a regular sex life is just so out of order and unfashionable.
@ Persephone Criticizing someone for having a regular sex life is just so out of order and unfashionable.
I do agree with u. But when you claim and vow that I renounce to have sexual life, then behind you are going to the extend of fucking little boys, that's criminal! Why claiming to be asexual at the first place?
I love sex, unfortunately am castrated. But, please, get these monks the right to marry and enjoy the most wonderful activity this world has given to us.
Would u mind sharing with us the passage in which God had more sexes and Jesus himself, who was the mother?