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Why is there a subset of communists drawn to Catholicism?

>> No.14781341

Die princip des hoffnungs

Mein deutsch ist shreklich

>> No.14781348

>Das Prinzip der Hoffnung

>> No.14781373

they want to be part of a cool religion, but they dont want to follow the rules (no contraception, fasting etc.)

>> No.14782029

Catholicism isn't cool

>> No.14782272

They refused to read divini redemptoris

>> No.14782371

Neither group really wants to be in charge of anything. They need a Leviathan (either the Pope or the Politburo) to run things for them so they can concentrate on beer and soccer.

It is for this reason that Reader's Digest was used as a propaganda mag to keep US Catholics from turning red during the Cold War -- that's why it contained such a large amount of marriage tips, dirty jokes, etc.

>> No.14782398

Read liberation theology

>> No.14782403


Saint Oscar Romero, pray for us

>> No.14782425


>> No.14782466

Habe laut gelacht, danke daf├╝r

>> No.14782837

it is tho, once you realize their efforts are aimed at reaching out in order to interpellate the absolute, and not just babbling nonsense about a ''christian lore old white guy living atop some clouds''

>> No.14782849


>Why do two stupendously large demographic groups overlap somewhat

No idea.

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