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What countries were the last to grant women the right to vote? 

What countries were the last to grant women the right to vote? 

”Vote for Jackson! But not you, you're a woman!”, - Which countries lately have granted women the right to vote and which still don't? Read to find out. 

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What does Catholic church say about remarried couples' sex?

What does Catholic church say about remarried couples' sex?

What does Catholic Church say about remarried couples' sex? Why is this topic so serious? Every Catholic must know that! Check out the info right here in this article!

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Can a Muslim Get Married With a Catholic?

Can a Muslim Get Married With a Catholic?

Can a Muslim get married with a Catholic? Did you ever ask that question? If yes, then you should read this article to find out the position of the Catholic Church in this regard.

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Should Catholic Priest And Nuns Be Allowed To Have Sexual Relationships?

Current estimates of Roman Catholic priests in the U.S.= 49,000 to 50,000

Estimates of craddle-robber priests = 3,000 (6.1%) to 8,000 (16.3%)

188 Dioceses in the U.S. Divide 3,000 by 188 = 16 perpetrators per diocese

Divide 8,000 by 188 = 42 perpetrators per diocese

Current experts claim a craddle-robber could abuse 200-265 children in a lifetime.

200 x 16 perps/diocese = 3,200 victims/diocese

200 x 42 perps/diocese = 8,400 victims/diocese

3,200 victims/diocese x 188 dioceses = 601,600 victims in U.S.

8,400 victims/diocese x 188 dioceses = 1,579,200 victims in U.S.

Average American family consists of 4-6 people

(3,200 victims/diocese) 601,600 victims x 4 family members = 2,406,400 indirect victims

60l,000 victims x 6 family members = 3,609,600 indirect victims

(8,400 victims/diocese) 1,579,200 x 4 family members = 6,316,800 indirect victims

1,579,200 x 6 family members = 9,475,200 indirect victims

These numbers are a reflection of immediate family only and do not reflect the indirect victims within the parishes that are affected.

188 Bishops are responsible for the pain of at least 601,600 direct victims and as many as 9,475,200 indirect victims — a total of as many as 10,076,800 people. Clearly, something is wrong.

Using the lower numbers the number of direct victims and survivors alone could populate a city larger than Boston. Using the higher numbers, it would be the fourth largest city in the U.S.— one between the size of Houston and Chicago,

This problem is caused by the Catholic churches archaic attitude towards sexual and human relationships that prevent priest and nuns living a normal, natural existence. This unatural existence leads to sexual tensions and all the problems this creates.

The very same people that are preaching to us that we are sinners!

I would like to know your views on whether you think that priest and nun should be allowed to marry and have normal sexual relations?

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Should The Church Have The Right To Demand A HIV Certificate Before Marriage?

I have been a passive follower of the threads on this forum and I must say I am highly impressed with the comments and topics. I have decided to throw in my own topic and it is:

Should the church have the right to demand that about to be wedded couples do a HIV test before getting married in church? This was the topic of a recent debate in a BBC Africa living interactive programme. Sometime last month the Catholic Church in Botswana issued a statement that about to be wedded couples should take a compulsory HIV test before they are allowed to be wedded in church, what is your view?

My view is this: much as I agree with the uncompromising abstinence policy of the church, on this issue I think the catholic authorities in Botswana with all its good intention got it wrong. This policy in my view only goes to stigmatise people living with HIV. Education I think is the key not stigmatization. Don’t get me wrong I am not encouraging people to get married no matter how “blindly in love” without first checking their status.

I believe the decision should be voluntary and consensual. Possible flaws this policy might encounter include the fact that the church has not the means of authenticating the validity of the HIV certificate, what happens if one party tests positive days or even months before marriage. You don’t need a soothsayer to tell you then that one of the parties is positive and in a society like ours where stigmatisation and ignorance is rife one can only imagine how the life of the affected party would be like thereafter.

People should be counselled on the menace of HIV, testing should be voluntary not compulsory! What do you think?

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Do Catholics Believe in Being Born Again?

I have love for catholics but i really dont get 'em.

Are they actually believers

And why are there many controversy around the catholic church.

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Should Women Be Ordained To Head Churches And Mosques?

Issues are interpreted variously by people who see things differently. There have been concerns as to which could possibly be the right interpretation of a text in various religions. Focusing on just Islam and Christianity at the present, what views would readers offer to the question:

Should Women Be Ordained As Heads/Clerics in Churches and Mosques?

The Bible seems to reserve a not-so-public role for women in ecclesiastical matters, according to such texts as 1 Cor. 14:34 ('Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience, as also saith the law') and 1 Tim. 2:12 - ('But I suffer not a woman to teach, nor to usurp authority over the man, but to be in silence.') However, some are persuaded that whatever the texts may imply, women can still be ordained into the Christian ministry with the same roles and functions as the men. This has become a matter of concern in some large Christian churches, as is the case with the present deadlocks in both the Anglican Church and Roman Catholic impassé (an example here from a BBC report).

On the other hand, for women to assume any leading roles in public life seems to generate an equally heated concern among the Muslim community. Some have expressed the view that women are not to share the same roles as the men in public life, and particularly in religious activities - to the extent that in some Muslim quarters, women are not welcome to attend Mosques as do the men. Consequently, one could understand how very controversial was a recent event in the US in which a woman led a mixed-gender Islamic prayer service early last year (click here for a preview).

What do readers think about this issue - should women be ordained as clerics in churches and mosques on the same pedestal as the men?

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Should Catholic Priests be Allowed to Get Married?

Should Reverend Fathers Get Married?

In 1 Corinthians 7, Paul talks about marriage. In that same verse, he puts it clear that if you can not be like him, it is better to get married, than to mess yourself up.

I have heard several cases, home and abroad, where Reverend fathers and sisters commit untold sins, fit enough to make any pagan vow to remain in paganism. And I have asked many a times without a cogent answer as yet. Must you be a celibate, before you can serve God? Where did did catholics get the doctrine of mandatory celibacy, for reverend fathers, even when they are conspicuously not keeping to it?

As usual, I beg for fathomable answers please.

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Are Catholics Really Christians?

This question cant really be overlooked, or can it? are catholics really christians? The problem is ...1. the catholics have too many doctrines/beliefs or should i call it that? Christianity is supposed to be simple. do this and u get this, do that and u get that, but overtime the catholics have brought in a hell lot of other things to contend with. Other issues that pertain to this divergence are petty, those involving mary being the mother or God and all that, the main issue is...why do they bow to graven images which is STRICTLY prohibited in the bible, even if it is the graven image of God himself? I WAS ONCE A CATHOLIC. when someone made me see reasons, i took off.

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Should This Muslim Lady Marry Her Catholic Boyfriend?

Her boyfriend is catholic and she loves him very much. He's asked her to marry him and she have agreed, but there is a problem; she is a 'conc' muslim and her parents are strict they would almost kill her if she says she want to marry a Christian and a Catholic to make matters worse.

She and her boyfriend are deeply in love and her boyfriend's parents also don't approve of their relationship. She is now in a fix. Should she follow her parents and honor them because she loves them, or follow her heart and marry the man she loves without her parents' blessings?

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