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    Tue Sep 06 2011

    You'd probably hear better confessions being a bartender.

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    Thu Mar 08 2007

    I'd rather have a sister in the whorehouse than a brother in the clergy.

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    Thu Dec 07 2006

    front line troops for the corrupt institution that is organised religion

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    Fri Oct 21 2005

    A religious esteemed by the catholics as holding a high degree of dignity and honor.Let us not forget,those of the clergy who wear the collar and cassock that serve God faithfully are burdened with the hatred and contempt the world has for this institution on account of others who have disgraced it.A brief lesson on priests for those without sin(critics and the uneducated)a priest in Russia almost single handedly feeds,clothes,and shelters 40,000 impoverished,a french priest in hungary is sentenced to 19 years hard-labour for concealing a confession of a suspected murderer from authorities(communists)due to the code of silence,an irish priest in China is made to stand for three days then confined to a cell that measured 3 foot in height and 5 foot in length for 18 months with 45 mins'outdoor leisure time per day;which he heard men next-door growing insane and crying after a week due to protecting the faithful.A polish priest from America(jesuit)serves 23 years in slave ca... Read more

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    Sun Feb 22 2004

    At their best, they include some of the finest and most decent human beings to walk the planet... at their worst, they can make Michael Jackson look saintly.

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    Tue Jul 22 2003

    This is a great profession if you like to fill up the heads of weak and stupid losers with alot of fairy tales, superstition, magical farce and imaginary friend worship. Also good if you're a drunk, womanizer or child molester, because the church bureaucracy, especially in that criminal conspiracy known as the Catholic Church, will protect you.

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    Wed May 28 2003

    Are my eyes deceiving me?? This is 69th on a list of 72?? Just one above drug dealer of all things?? What's with you people? Sure there are a few hypocrite preachers, but I believe the better portion of them sincerely feel called by God to spread the gospel.

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    Tue May 06 2003

    For every bad minister who gets all the publicity, there are hundreds of good ones who are trying to serve God and His People.

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    Tue May 06 2003

    This just shows how this world has degraded morally. At one time this would be in the top 10. When I didn't see it on the 1st page or the 2nd page, I thought they must have forgotten to put it on the list. Sure there have been some in recent years that has caused a disgraceful image (they are only human) but there are many more who deserve admiration for the good that they do.

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    Tue Apr 22 2003

    To those who receive the calling, more power to you.

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    Wed Feb 12 2003

    How will they know the truth unless someone tells them? The majority have integrity and feel "called" by God to do this very difficult job. Most people trust them, so they should be honest and wise.

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    Sat Mar 09 2002

    First of all, I'm not a big fan of organized religion. Over the centuries, some of the most blatant examples of humanity's inhumanity and creative brutality have used religion as an excuse and a rallying cry. I feel very strongly that religion is a personal choice, and have never been receptive to attempts at converting me. Having said all that, I have a huge amount of respect for many members of the clergy. They serve in their faith, and provide comfort and inspiration for many people. Sincere members of the clergy give a great deal for very little return.

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    Fri Sep 21 2001

    To all clergymen out there: you have the right to remain silent! I refuse to go through life holding my ears! I'm NOT interested in being led to Christ or being exorcised or whatever the heck you want to do with me. I'm living a perfect, atheistic life, and I don't need you to come mess everything up for me! Jesus, save me from your followers! I'm not bothered by you, just by your freak-and-fanatic club! I would not if you paid me take up this profession. Don't waste my time.

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    Wed Apr 25 2001

    The best would have been a religion-free society. Many clergies have the opinion that they are better persons than the rest of the society, with higher moral & stuff. The fact is the opposite. In stead of being leaders in forming the new society, the have always had opinions that most people had 50 years ago. That's sad & the opposite of what Jesus had in mind. He wanted to include all sorts of humans, not crowd many of them as most clergies do. :-(