Jesus declared king of Poland

PeacefulViking

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In a ceremony in Krakow, attended by the Polish president, Jesus has been declared King of Poland. Poland Declares Jesus King of the Country.

The separation of church and state in Poland does not seem to be what it should.

Perhaps we will now see posters worry about whether Catholic immigration is a threat to democracy.
 


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Fair play to the Poles-Jesus is sound.
 

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In a ceremony in Krakow, attended by the Polish president, Jesus has been declared King of Poland. Poland Declares Jesus King of the Country.

The separation of church and state in Poland does not seem to be what it should.

Perhaps we will now see posters worry about whether Catholic immigration is a threat to democracy.
Just getting even with the ******* who think Mo is king
 

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In a ceremony in Krakow, attended by the Polish president, Jesus has been declared King of Poland. Poland Declares Jesus King of the Country.

The separation of church and state in Poland does not seem to be what it should.

Perhaps we will now see posters worry about whether Catholic immigration is a threat to democracy.
They copied it from us!:shock:

BUNREACHT NA hÉIREANN

In the Name of the Most Holy Trinity, from Whom is all authority and to Whom, as our final end, all actions both of men and States must be referred,
We, the people of Éire, Humbly acknowledging all our obligations to our Divine Lord, Jesus Christ, Who sustained our fathers through centuries of trial...
 

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In a ceremony in Krakow, attended by the Polish president, Jesus has been declared King of Poland. Poland Declares Jesus King of the Country.

The separation of church and state in Poland does not seem to be what it should.

Perhaps we will now see posters worry about whether Catholic immigration is a threat to democracy.
We won't be worrying for obvious reasons........................next.
 
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This really is a non-story. Anyone taking the time to read the entire article will see that the OP is referring to the wording of a prayer.:roll:
 

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This really is a non-story. Anyone taking the time to read the entire article will see that the OP is referring to the wording of a prayer.:roll:
Shhhhh. This thread has the makings of a classic.
 

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This really is a non-story. Anyone taking the time to read the entire article will see that the OP is referring to the wording of a prayer.:roll:
It was a public ceremony of dedication attended by the President, entrusting the country and its people to Christ the King.

Meanwhile, can the last Catholic leaving Ireland please turn off the light and take the crucifix and Christmas crib with them, they might offend somebody...
 

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Jayzis but Jesus must be rightly fooked off.

They declare him supreme monarch during a mass only to go and eat him at the end of it.

Christ... the mob is fickle!
 

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Shhhhh. This thread has the makings of a classic.
Actually the link is quiet interesting - points to a quote that mentions the noun 'clusterf^ck' is now an acceptable word to describe a disastrously mishandled situation or undertaking.

One could equally apply it to the OP.
 
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Oscurito

It was a public ceremony of dedication attended by the President, entrusting the country and its people to Christ the King.

Meanwhile, can the last Catholic leaving Ireland please turn off the light and take the crucifix and Christmas crib with them, they might offend somebody...
The difference between liturgical and legal is kind of....big. Similarly, when Swedish Lutherans recite the Lord's Prayer, they're not actually rejecting their paternal relationships with their own fathers.

I shall leave this thread to you and Peaceful Viking. Please don't throw any sacred vessels at each other because that might be blasphemous. And it might damage the icons.
 

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does he get a pension?
 

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Jayzis but Jesus must be rightly fooked off.

They declare him supreme monarch during a mass only to go and eat him at the end of it.
Give it 3 days.....
 

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Jayzis but Jesus must be rightly fooked off.

They declare him supreme monarch during a mass only to go and eat him at the end of it.

Christ... the mob is fickle!
I saw a film where that happened, only it was an Englishman who was shipwrecked among "natives" somewhere, they declared him their king and it was all downhill from there.
 

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The Polacks can have Jesus Because

We have Mary Queen of the Gael, Queen of Ireland

[video=youtube;otj1el7atSs]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otj1el7atSs[/video]
 

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There is a guy works down in Aldi swears he's Jesus.
 

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In a ceremony in Krakow, attended by the Polish president, Jesus has been declared King of Poland. Poland Declares Jesus King of the Country.

The separation of church and state in Poland does not seem to be what it should.

Perhaps we will now see posters worry about whether Catholic immigration is a threat to democracy.


Do they have that in their constitution?

Or like the Irish is there no separation of church and state in their constitution?
 


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