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Question by k
Submitted on 6/30/2003
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What are the views of the protestants and catholics in blooody sunday?

Answer by German Boy
Submitted on 10/31/2003
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I can not read or write no English OOPS!!!


Answer by Dam
Submitted on 4/29/2004
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A holiday!


Answer by em
Submitted on 9/16/2005
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a nice relaxing cup of tea in front of eastenders


Answer by Nikki
Submitted on 9/30/2005
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I just want to say something to those people who are either Roman Catholics and Protestants. Instead of focusing on the differencess ( which is entirely trivial), we should all focus on what is important and that is we all believe in God. That is what's important. It is to learn about God's love and do God's work no matter if we are going to be saved or not. In the book " CAl" by Bernard Mac Laverty, it seems like there has been a long dispute between these two religions. I just don't get why they have to hate each other so much!!! If you don't like the catholics religion, fine. Don't be a catholic, but you should at least respect their religion. After all, the bottom line is about believing in God. And God wants us all to live in harmony and love others as how you would like to be treated.That is what's important isn't it?? Why all the fights? What all the disputes?? These is no point!! God wouldn't want us to be like this!! Why can't we just respect each other and live in harmony!!                  


Answer by katie daly
Submitted on 10/5/2005
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it's about all the lives that were taken that dreadful day. So it isn't raelly a holiday it is to respect those who died


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