Instaurare omnia in Christo
Dear Father, One of my favorite soundtracks! We look forward to seeing this new blockbuster!God bless you+JMJ+AMR
Je ne comprende pas le video. J'ai confuse. Je ne parle pas (mais un peu) francais, mais je pense que je ne voudrais pas penser si le video a produit en anglais. Peut etre, expliquez-vous la point des video (en anglais, s'il vous plait?)Un autre point (de votre video ci-dessus de le hymne avant le match de football), si j'ai un homme francais etre, je voudrais generique le performance de la Marsailles, parce un hymne de la Republic, une mechantes, sanguinaires, impie abomination. Vive le roi de France (qui l'homme mortel peut etre)! Vive Christ le roi!Merci Beaucoup, Pere, et que Dieu vous bénisse et à la fraternité qui nous en Kansas City a si bien.Curmudgeon.(un autre american bete)PS, Vous êtes libres de les corriger (ou simplement simulacres) mon mauvais français.
Good evening !I would lie if I tell that your French is without mistakes. But I can understand what you say, which is the most important after all. And I am sure that you will find many mistakes in my English.About the video, I can't say anything now. It is just a trailer and you have to wait until the movie comes out. "In patientia possidebitis animas vestras!"Regarding the "Marseillaise", it is true that the French Anthem comes from the Revolution, but if you take it out of its context, it is still a great text about the sacred love of the homeland... a little bit bloody, I have to admitt.But it is our National Anthem and as such we should respect it, as our flag is now the Bleu Blanc Rouge ( even though I would prefer the Fleur de Lys )Generations of French died for this flag, Republicans or Monarchists. I wish you the best in Kansas City.In Christo Rege
I found fewer mistakes in your English than you will in mine, Father. Does patriotic piety extend so far? I understand that reverence is due to one's homeland, and that obedience is due to legitimate civil authority. But does it do reverence to one's homeland to honor the symbols of the Revolution as and treat it as legitimate, as opposed to merely submitting to the regime insofar as there is not reasonable likelihood of throwing it off at present? And what's "legitimate"? When does illegitimate become "legitimate," if ever?
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