acsguitar wrote: Madison wrote:
oh and this complete sillyness
Your second quote answered the first. It's the guy's fault that the kid didn't tell his parents? And don't we have tons of 16 and 17 year olds running around on here telling us how mature and smart they are?
First off it's the coaches fault for not notifying the parents. Second off the Priest should've made sure they had permission. Thirdly it's mixing church and state. Fourthly it puts players in a tough position if they want playing time. Fifthly I don't think should've is a word but apparently fifthly is
@fifthly and should've. That's funny stuff. Well done.
The parents were notified of the trip. The exact details each kid gave their parents is where the issue is, and that's on the kids, not the guy.
There's no law stating how old someone has to be to be baptized, so while I agree that the priest probably should have checked ages, at the same time it isn't a law or anything.
Mixing church and state? I'd agree if the school funded any of it. Since they didn't, it's one guy and some kids.
The article flat said no one was rewarded or punished for their choice of going or not going, and no one has disputed it.
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