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Old Posted Jul 31, 2018, 7:32 PM
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That's an ugly butt mosque, guys.

If the Muslims had any issue, it's been a lack of modern education and innovation.

Most of them can't even read their freaking Quran, if that's even any religious book, and they think Christianity wants to harm them.
They're scared of crosses... Yes, that same cross they used to crucify who you know.

I think we should think about that twice.

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Old Posted Jul 31, 2018, 8:34 PM
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That's an ugly butt mosque, guys.

If the Muslims had any issue, it's been a lack of modern education and innovation.

Most of them can't even read their freaking Quran, if that's even any religious book, and they think Christianity wants to harm them.
They're scared of crosses... Yes, that same cross they used to crucify who you know.

I think we should think about that twice.
You're kidding right? That was the Romans and arguably aided by Hebrews. Islam wasn't even a thing back then.

Anyway, Mosque in Ottawa's Westboro neighborhood, not far from Downtown. The tower is something of a landmark, visible from quite far away.


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Old Posted Jul 31, 2018, 8:54 PM
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You're kidding right? That was the Romans and arguably aided by Hebrews. Islam wasn't even a thing back then.
Cousin, t'as gravement mal lu ce que j'ai écrit dans un anglais pourtant correct.

Of course the Muslims or whatever they call themselves have nothing to do with the very crucifixion.
Isalm was founded in the 7th century...

You know what? They actually want real Christianity. I saw it here. I grew up with a bunch of so called Muslims, and saw nothing much evil in them.

Hell, some of them are much better than me, eh.
I admire and love these better.

But then, they're most often hardly religious. In fact, they're no longer any Muslims.
They're more like universal.
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Old Posted Jul 31, 2018, 9:22 PM
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I'm sorry I miss-interpreted your post. To be honest, I'm still a little confused, but moving on...
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Old Posted Jul 31, 2018, 11:05 PM
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Cousin, t'as gravement mal lu ce que j'ai écrit dans un anglais pourtant correct.

Of course the Muslims or whatever they call themselves have nothing to do with the very crucifixion.
Isalm was founded in the 7th century...

You know what? They actually want real Christianity. I saw it here. I grew up with a bunch of so called Muslims, and saw nothing much evil in them.

Hell, some of them are much better than me, eh.
I admire and love these better.

But then, they're most often hardly religious. In fact, they're no longer any Muslims.
They're more like universal.
Then why did you feel the need to launch a series of completely unprovoked attacks on a huge group of people?
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Old Posted Sep 7, 2018, 2:23 PM
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LONGUEUIL, QC : St-Antoine-de-Padoue (co-cathedral)


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The nicest building in Longueuil.
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"Co-cathedral" was a new one to me. I had to look it up.
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Old Posted Sep 7, 2018, 2:55 PM
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"Co-cathedral" was a new one to me. I had to look it up.
Yep, it's a rather strange concept. The original cathedral is located in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, but as the suburb of Longueuil grew and surpassed St-Jean in population, the need to "re-centre" the diocese became clear.

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The nicest building in Longueuil.
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That's an ugly butt mosque, guys.

If the Muslims had any issue, it's been a lack of modern education and innovation.

Most of them can't even read their freaking Quran, if that's even any religious book, and they think Christianity wants to harm them.
They're scared of crosses... Yes, that same cross they used to crucify who you know.

I think we should think about that twice.

What an ignorant disgusting post.
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Old Posted Sep 7, 2018, 3:47 PM
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That one in Longueuil is a real beauty... wow. Next time I visit Quebec I'm going to make a point of going to check some of these out.
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Old Posted Nov 1, 2018, 4:27 PM
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Church place,
village of Saint-Félix-de-Kingsey, QC
Built : 1905 / Architect : Louis Caron
Heritage value (according to Québec's Ministère de la Culture) : D - Average
[on a scale from A - Major heritage significance to E - Low heritage significance)

This village of ~1600 people is located 30 km south of Drummondville and 60 km north of Sherbrooke.


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Heritage value (according to Québec's Ministère de la Culture) : D - Average
[on a scale from A - Major heritage significance to E - Low heritage significance)
A beautiful church like this is only a D? Surprising.
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Old Posted Nov 1, 2018, 7:43 PM
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A beautiful church like this is only a D? Surprising.
I was surprised too. I guess the fact there are still 1716 historic churches built before 1945 remaining in the province doesn't help Saint-Félix to "rise above"... 441 of them were built in the same period and have a similar architecture (from 1895 to 1915)...
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A beautiful church like this is only a D? Surprising.
1905 = not very old. Maybe the interior was altered ?
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Old Posted Nov 1, 2018, 8:56 PM
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That's an ugly butt mosque, guys.

If the Muslims had any issue, it's been a lack of modern education and innovation.

Most of them can't even read their freaking Quran, if that's even any religious book, and they think Christianity wants to harm them.
They're scared of crosses... Yes, that same cross they used to crucify who you know.

I think we should think about that twice.
I don't want to put more than a toe in this debate, but I think I should just say that Islam didn't exist at the time of the crucifixion.
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Couple Egyptian Coptic churches and a Ukrainian Orthodox. In Markham, Richmond Hill and Hamilton respectively.



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