Yeah, I know, religion’s a scary word to throw around with fictional characters. Dick actually has some canon moments that suggest he’s a Christian, so I took some scans, made a quick analysis for the cut.
Why do you worship mary and other icons when you are supposed to worship Christ alone? All of us are just humans that God uses for His glory. We are not to be worshiped. Even the angels rebuked all who bowed to their feet to worship, redirecting their worship to Christ! so why do you catholics still worship other humans, instead of Christ?
What gave you the impression Catholics worship Mary or other “icons” ( you mean saints right?)? Mary is my mother as Christ is my brother. The saints are my brothers and sisters in Christ. To assume that I worship Mary and the Saints because I love them and have pictures of them must mean that any photos you have of your family must be a form of worship. Any love you feel for others must be a form of worship. I can’t love someone without worshipping them…right?
I keep photos of my family, that includes my brothers and sisters in Christ. How I love to look at their photos and remember how they too struggled as human beings on the path to heaven. They are little gems of love! You can love someone without worshiping them, worship is reserved for God alone.
"Blood is thicker then water, but the waters if Baptism are thicker then blood."
It’s 2089. all cops have been replaced by genetically modified dogs that let children pet them, help old ladies cross the street, chase down criminals, never eat donuts, bark at cat-callers, analyze dna, easily track down murders, pee on white collar criminals, and tear the faces off of rapists. utopia has been reached.
How was this accomplished you ask? Well its simple Dogs are colorblind
Seeing fellow Catholics genuinely interested in expanding their prayer life; but instead of searching into the deep, lush, and timeless prayer traditions of the Church, they jump into New Age adaptions like drum circles, labyrinths, etc.
The Body of Christ needs to do a better job of educating itself of it’s rich faith practices, and let go of it’s trend to follow a secular society searching for the next spiritual high in whatever is popular to do.