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Epona Catholic Priest clears his chest (317* d) RE: Catholic Priest clears his chest 22 Oct 05

Here I am again, just returned home and I see the thread has become quite nasty! And I think this is a fight I would like to stay out of. If I may make one request, though...

Teribus stated:

I will however attempt to answer some of the questions he has raised:

"How many ethnic Nationalists have been cleansed by Loyalists from the north eastern areas of Ulster" - As the Catholic population of Northern Ireland has increased over the years in accordance with the figures given in official census I would say minimal.

Once more, I would like to ask all mudcatters, whether members or guests, to not use the terms Nationalist and Catholic as interchangeable, or loyalists and protestant as interchangeable as well. I realize the majorities of those within those groups that profess to believe in certain doctrines of faith, but they don't comprise the whole of the group. This seems to be my sticking point, doesn't it catters? :) But I obviously feel strongly about it since I point it out anytime someone uses the terms interchangeably.

Hope everyone is doing well! Enjoy the rest of the day....:)


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