Wonder Why

Home Forums All Things Catholic Wonder Why

This topic contains 4 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by  Andres Ortiz 9 years, 3 months ago.

Viewing 5 posts - 1 through 5 (of 5 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #1187

    weather
    Member

    <img src=” title=”Sad” />
    I know it’s a big “sin” to mention anything about church or have pray groups in public schools(but it’s ok to have gay or bisexual ones),then why do most public schools have Good Friday and Christmas off?(I know they call them holidays now(which stands for “holy days”).When someone wishes me a “Happy Holiday”I say which one do you mean.They even took the Easter bunny out of the court house cause it might offen somepeople.I will also told they renamed St.Valentines Day to “Fellowship day”.Why doe’s this country have to please the minority when the majority approves??

    #5877

    [quote:278azv60]:(
    I know it’s a big “sin” to mention anything about church or have pray groups in public schools(but it’s ok to have gay or bisexual ones),then why do most public schools have Good Friday and Christmas off?(I know they call them holidays now(which stands for “holy days”).When someone wishes me a “Happy Holiday”I say which one do you mean.They even took the Easter bunny out of the court house cause it might offen somepeople.I will also told they renamed St.Valentines Day to “Fellowship day”.Why doe’s this country have to please the minority when the majority approves??[/quote:278azv60]

    I understand that students can have prayer groups in public school as long as as they are “clubs”.

    I know what you mean about going too far with all of this political correct stuff though.

    #5887

    Victor
    Member

    I am of the opinion that it’s a push for “anti-Christianity” under the name of “Religious Freedom”. Why do you think that most things being taken down are of Christian nature?

    #5897

    [quote:1zlks964]I am of the opinion that it’s a push for “anti-Christianity” under the name of “Religious Freedom”. Why do you think that most things being taken down are of Christian nature?[/quote:1zlks964]

    You are correct Victor. It seems that religion is O.K. as long as it is not Christian.

    #5900

    Andres Ortiz
    Keymaster

    [quote:1qkh5en4]You are correct Victor. It seems that religion is O.K. as long as it is not Christian.[/quote:1qkh5en4]
    Well, it’s that religion is ok, but as long as one is not pushed more than another…so take it all down.

    Christianity is woven into the fabric of this country and so there are things we take for granted as Christians that have always been around that are just now being pointed out by others who “take offense.”

    I’m not so sure I could put myself in another’s shoes and say that I wouldn’t be offended by other religious symbols and whatnot if I was in a non-Christian majority country (like many of the Middle Eastern countries). I would probably be very uncomfortable.

Viewing 5 posts - 1 through 5 (of 5 total)

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.