Serena (feat. Jennifer Garner & Alfred Molina)

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15 thoughts on “Serena (feat. Jennifer Garner & Alfred Molina)

  1. meggokappo

    Being an alcoholic isn’t “wrong,” per se.? It’s an unfortunate thing that happens to people. A mental illness. However, I wasn’t commenting on how “right” or “wrong” any of these things are, especially as those are subjective terms. I was just speaking objectively, pointing out the flaws in your argument.

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  2. Blackcat51292

    Yeah, but being an alcoholic is still wrong. Just because that person is more tempted to drink, doesn’t mean that they have to.? Some children are brought up in abusive homes and grow up to be monsters in result of it. But that doesn’t mean they have an excuse to be monsters. Same goes with Pedophiles. They have no excuse to do what they do.

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  3. meggokappo

    Actually, alcoholism can be genetic, so one could argue that people are born with the capacity to become alcoholics. Technically, no one is born gay OR straight because at birth you don’t have sexual awareness.? That is something that is developed later in life. Same as alcoholism and psychosis.

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  4. lolamonk3i

    Umm….Can I be blunt and say that this has absolutley NOTHING to do with this short. Honestly this about unrequited love; A women who so happens to? love a priest. Honestly if anyone wants your opinons on marriage…..WE WILL DIAL YOUR ASSHOLESSS!!!

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  5. RogueCertare

    Priests take a vow of celibacy. Also, in order to be a priest and fufill their responisibilities they must be fully committed to the Church. It would be very difficult to maintain both choices, aka, the choices of the priesthood and marriage. However, Anglican Priests who were married before they entered into the Catholic church are allow to maintain their marriage and are exempt from that vow of celibacy. It is simply about choosing where you belong, and? the purity of a decision.

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  6. Blackcat51292

    Nobody is born gay, just like nobody is born an alcoholic or a murderer. The Catholic church? will not marry them, because it is against Gods will. Forcing a religion to do something is wrong. If they want to marry, then they can go to a different church. They aren’t going to shove their views down my throat. What is wrong with this world today… What’s next??? Maybe we should marry dogs!? 😮

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  7. Blackcat51292

    Correction… I was complaining about him lying about being Christian. And no, you didn’t end the? conversation. : Face palm:

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  8. Giefan

    This is copy/pasted from google and as a catholic myself, I have asked this question. ‘ The accepted narrative (for the majority of Christians) is? that Jesus was celibate, therefore it is a way for the leaders of the Church to emulate him. 1 Corinthians 7:32-34, where Paul writes, “An unmarried man is anxious about the things of the Lord, how he may please the Lord. But a married man is anxious about the things of the world, how he may please his wife, and he is divided.” ‘

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