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THURSDAY, AUG 1, 2013  |  1 comments
Return to paganism increasing in England

He is difficult to find and even then is barely visible, but he's there. Green Man, a symbol of ancient pagan religion, stares down from the nave of Norwich Cathedral. In a way, his presence is symbolic of how it has always been, and still is, in this medieval city.

Norwich has the unique distinction of being officially classified as England's most ungodly city. That's not unusual considering it's the only English city to ever be excommunicated by a Roman Catholic pope.

The excommunication came in 1274. Its "ungodly" status comes from the 2011 census. ...


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Hmm, considering The Papacy being ex-communicated by an Unholiness, is never a dishonor, and perhaps with this town wasn't, but an honor. Was Luther ex-communicated? This because he wanted a return to Christianity.

I don't think England is going to have to worry much about a variety of religions or Europe for that matter, by the middle the century, they will be Islamic anyway, http://www.youtube.com/embed/6-3X5hIFXYU>Muslim Demographics - YouTube

Just to remind you the Inadequacy of Islam, and just one example of that, The Keystone of the Islamic Milieu: Inbreeding. Oh, those of you in Great Britain, may want to use the link to the BBC article, inside this article.

So, no, England has nothing to worry about. :-7

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