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The Malicious Mangling of the Virgin Mary

Ken6565 Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 1:14 PM
I initially posted a couple more verses, but the automatic censor said something in it was "inappropriate language." What's inappropriate in a millennium-old Latin hymn about the sorrows of Mary as she watched her Son die for all our sins? Someone ought to tweak the operation of that censor.
AmyDB Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 1:21 PM
certain words are not allowed in an attempt to screen out vulgarity Ken.

Try spacing out the letters of the possibly objectionable words like this.....

F u c k ...or change a letter like this....bytch
A Christian can be crushed gazing at the picture of Mary standing at the foot of the cross, watching her beloved son suffocate and die. But in that vision, she stands there for hours, patiently enduring her suffering. For two millennia, she has been a role model for Christians, a woman who practiced obedience in the most difficult of human circumstances, with fervent hope for what this sacrifice will offer all mankind as it struggles with sin.

This is why it seems so hard to reflect that vision of patience when black-hearted "artists" practice character assassination on the Blessed Virgin...