So it seems like i have gotten to 200+ people! Wow, i cannot believe that such a character would have gotten so many people following him! He is such a smol babe and I am glad that you all seem to like him so far! I myself love him and he’s a fun character to play!
People who i rp with on a regular basis and i love to tears! These individuals are very close friends of mine and i love talking with them everyday~
Even though I haven’t watched Samurai Jack yet I’m a phony I know I’ve been seeing some people compare Jack and Ashi to Guts and Casca. And well, from what I’ve seen of their interactions (on my dash of course), I think that’s actually pretty accurate?
Of course, let’s just hope Ashi doesn’t end up with a fate similar to poor Casca…
(Also, guys. Look at that. Jack and Ashi, make it happen)
Pope Francis named two Palestinian women as saints on Sunday, in a ceremony in Saint Peter’s Square just days after the Vatican formalized its de facto recognition of the State of Palestine: Sister Marie-Alphonsine Danil Ghattas, founder of the Sisters of the Most Holy Rosary of Jerusalem, and Maryam Baouardy, who founded a Carmelite convent in Bethlehem.
“Sister Mariam Baouardy experienced [the love of God] in an outstanding way. Poor and uneducated, she was able to counsel others and provide theological explanations with extreme clarity, the fruit of her constant converse with the Holy Spirit. Her docility to the Spirit also made her a means of encounter and fellowship with the Muslim world,” the Pope said.
“So, too, Sister Marie Alphonsine Danil Ghattas came to understand clearly what it means to radiate the love of God … and to be a witness to meekness and unity. She shows us the importance of becoming responsible for one another, of living lives of service one to another,” he said.
The Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, Fouad Twal, said that Ghattas and Baouardy, who entered religious orders as teenagers in the late 1800s and died in 1927 and 1878 respectively, were an example for Christians, Muslims and Jews.
“It is a sign of our modern time which suggests that we can talk about the three religions without any discrimination,” the patriarch’s statement said. The canonizations of the two Palestinians were the first of their kind “since the days of the apostles,” Twal said.