Wednesday, March 04, 2015

Now I wonder how they figured out the time span people spent in purgatory, that they could take 20 days off the sentence. And what happened to a person who was supposed to spend 19 days in purgatory? Did he/she get an extra special day in heaven?

No wonder the Catholic church made it illegal to own a Bible in any language except Latin, which was a dead language no one spoke except those educated by the church; they didn’t want people to be able to read it and see that their church doctrines weren’t from the Bible.

A grave discovered near the skeleton of Richard III, could belong to a mysterious woman who was so revered by the church that those who prayed for her were promised ’20 days off purgatory.’

Got to have some humor after that,
And now I’m off to get the Bobcat warmed up to get the driveway plowed out. I am SOOOOOO glad it has a heated cab!!

ETA: Where DO they (St. Paul Pioneer Press) hire their reporters from? A grade school from Florida?
Rare winter storm leaves 1 dead amid scores of crashes

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