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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:17 am

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You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No
That I don't know.... haha. Ask someone who goes more than 4 times a year.
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:17 am

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You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

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Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:17 am

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catbox_9 wrote:
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Combining the last several points....


Say my mom took her boyfriend (who is agnostic/Jewish) to her old church (which claims to be non-denominational) and the pastor gave a repeat of the "Jews are evil and bound for hell" sermon. Would it be appropriate for my mother's boyfriend to tell the pastor he thought his sermon sucked? Or at least that he disagreed with it?

Sure.

Really? I mean you'd probably try and be less blunt and what not. Then again since it wasn't a Catholic church and the Pope wasn't the speaker I guess maybe it would be okay.

It is my understanding that you wouldn't want to disagree with the Pope if you had a conversation about him. That's probably worse than clapping in church.

Yeah, it would be best not to disagree with the Pope.

Does the same go for the Archbishop of Canterbury? I don't think he's supposed to be infallible but I'm not an expert on Protestantism.

Well, the probability that you'll actually be able to talk with them after the sermon is small, but there is nothing wrong with questioning them about what they said to get a better understanding.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:19 am

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Can you clap after the Choir sings?

Most of them (at least in my church) are no good anyway, so there would be no reason to clap. But no, not where I go to church.

There have been some churches that have allowed that, but no Roman Catholic churches that I've been to.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:19 am

bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
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catbox_9 wrote:
Combining the last several points....


Say my mom took her boyfriend (who is agnostic/Jewish) to her old church (which claims to be non-denominational) and the pastor gave a repeat of the "Jews are evil and bound for hell" sermon. Would it be appropriate for my mother's boyfriend to tell the pastor he thought his sermon sucked? Or at least that he disagreed with it?

Sure.

Really? I mean you'd probably try and be less blunt and what not. Then again since it wasn't a Catholic church and the Pope wasn't the speaker I guess maybe it would be okay.

It is my understanding that you wouldn't want to disagree with the Pope if you had a conversation about him. That's probably worse than clapping in church.

Yeah, it would be best not to disagree with the Pope.

Does the same go for the Archbishop of Canterbury? I don't think he's supposed to be infallible but I'm not an expert on Protestantism.

Well, the probability that you'll actually be able to talk with them after the sermon is small, but there is nothing wrong with questioning them about what they said to get a better understanding.

Got it!

Smaller churches let you talk with the speaker afterwords from what I can tell. I know on The Simpsons Reverand Lovejoy is always talking with the parishioners (look at me use big words!) after the sermon.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:20 am

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You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

You're not at a concert...


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:21 am

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Can you clap after the Choir sings?

Most of them (at least in my church) are no good anyway, so there would be no reason to clap. But no, not where I go to church.

There have been some churches that have allowed that, but no Roman Catholic churches that I've been to.

The church I went to had a really awful band. They played drums and electric guitars and what not. It was like being at a really bad rock concert. You felt like lighting up a joint until you remembered they tend to frown on that at schools and church...especially when it's church and school in one.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:21 am

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SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

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Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:22 am

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Can you clap after the Choir sings?

Most of them (at least in my church) are no good anyway, so there would be no reason to clap. But no, not where I go to church.

There have been some churches that have allowed that, but no Roman Catholic churches that I've been to.

Oh. I've only really gone to the Nazarene church. I've been to Catholic weddings and one Catholic funeral. They used this smokey stuff at the funeral that gave me a horrible headache.
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:22 am

catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
Combining the last several points....


Say my mom took her boyfriend (who is agnostic/Jewish) to her old church (which claims to be non-denominational) and the pastor gave a repeat of the "Jews are evil and bound for hell" sermon. Would it be appropriate for my mother's boyfriend to tell the pastor he thought his sermon sucked? Or at least that he disagreed with it?

Sure.

Really? I mean you'd probably try and be less blunt and what not. Then again since it wasn't a Catholic church and the Pope wasn't the speaker I guess maybe it would be okay.

It is my understanding that you wouldn't want to disagree with the Pope if you had a conversation about him. That's probably worse than clapping in church.

Yeah, it would be best not to disagree with the Pope.

Does the same go for the Archbishop of Canterbury? I don't think he's supposed to be infallible but I'm not an expert on Protestantism.

Well, the probability that you'll actually be able to talk with them after the sermon is small, but there is nothing wrong with questioning them about what they said to get a better understanding.

Got it!

Smaller churches let you talk with the speaker afterwords from what I can tell. I know on The Simpsons Reverand Lovejoy is always talking with the parishioners (look at me use big words!) after the sermon.
My church is small but it's catholic.... he doesn't usually stand around
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:22 am

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Can you clap after the Choir sings?

Most of them (at least in my church) are no good anyway, so there would be no reason to clap. But no, not where I go to church.

There have been some churches that have allowed that, but no Roman Catholic churches that I've been to.

Oh. I've only really gone to the Nazarene church. I've been to Catholic weddings and one Catholic funeral. They used this smokey stuff at the funeral that gave me a horrible headache.

Are you sure you were at church and not somewhere where people were smoking illegal drugs that caused you to have hallucinations that you were at church?


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:23 am

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bobrob2004 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
Can you clap after the Choir sings?

Most of them (at least in my church) are no good anyway, so there would be no reason to clap. But no, not where I go to church.

There have been some churches that have allowed that, but no Roman Catholic churches that I've been to.

Oh. I've only really gone to the Nazarene church. I've been to Catholic weddings and one Catholic funeral. They used this smokey stuff at the funeral that gave me a horrible headache.
That incense ALWAYS gives me a headache!
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:23 am

bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

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Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:24 am

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SoulRat wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
Can you clap after the Choir sings?

Most of them (at least in my church) are no good anyway, so there would be no reason to clap. But no, not where I go to church.

There have been some churches that have allowed that, but no Roman Catholic churches that I've been to.

Oh. I've only really gone to the Nazarene church. I've been to Catholic weddings and one Catholic funeral. They used this smokey stuff at the funeral that gave me a horrible headache.

Are you sure you were at church and not somewhere where people were smoking illegal drugs that caused you to have hallucinations that you were at church?

No. It was definately a church. Illegal drugs don't smell that bad.
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:24 am

TG wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
Combining the last several points....


Say my mom took her boyfriend (who is agnostic/Jewish) to her old church (which claims to be non-denominational) and the pastor gave a repeat of the "Jews are evil and bound for hell" sermon. Would it be appropriate for my mother's boyfriend to tell the pastor he thought his sermon sucked? Or at least that he disagreed with it?

Sure.

Really? I mean you'd probably try and be less blunt and what not. Then again since it wasn't a Catholic church and the Pope wasn't the speaker I guess maybe it would be okay.

It is my understanding that you wouldn't want to disagree with the Pope if you had a conversation about him. That's probably worse than clapping in church.

Yeah, it would be best not to disagree with the Pope.

Does the same go for the Archbishop of Canterbury? I don't think he's supposed to be infallible but I'm not an expert on Protestantism.

Well, the probability that you'll actually be able to talk with them after the sermon is small, but there is nothing wrong with questioning them about what they said to get a better understanding.

Got it!

Smaller churches let you talk with the speaker afterwords from what I can tell. I know on The Simpsons Reverand Lovejoy is always talking with the parishioners (look at me use big words!) after the sermon.
My church is small but it's catholic.... he doesn't usually stand around

Maybe it's a catholic thing? The church I went to had like 200 people or so per Sunday. On The Simpsons there's maybe 50-100.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:24 am

SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
Can you clap after the Choir sings?

Most of them (at least in my church) are no good anyway, so there would be no reason to clap. But no, not where I go to church.

There have been some churches that have allowed that, but no Roman Catholic churches that I've been to.

Oh. I've only really gone to the Nazarene church. I've been to Catholic weddings and one Catholic funeral. They used this smokey stuff at the funeral that gave me a horrible headache.

Are you sure you were at church and not somewhere where people were smoking illegal drugs that caused you to have hallucinations that you were at church?

Illegal drugs don't smell that bad.

If they're laced with something like ethyl mercaptan they do.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:24 am

SoulRat wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
Can you clap after the Choir sings?

Most of them (at least in my church) are no good anyway, so there would be no reason to clap. But no, not where I go to church.

There have been some churches that have allowed that, but no Roman Catholic churches that I've been to.

Oh. I've only really gone to the Nazarene church. I've been to Catholic weddings and one Catholic funeral. They used this smokey stuff at the funeral that gave me a horrible headache.

Haha...The incense. I always cough whenever they use it.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:25 am

TG wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
Can you clap after the Choir sings?

Most of them (at least in my church) are no good anyway, so there would be no reason to clap. But no, not where I go to church.

There have been some churches that have allowed that, but no Roman Catholic churches that I've been to.

Oh. I've only really gone to the Nazarene church. I've been to Catholic weddings and one Catholic funeral. They used this smokey stuff at the funeral that gave me a horrible headache.
That incense ALWAYS gives me a headache!

Not to be disrespectful or anything, but it was awful Mad
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:25 am

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TG wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
Can you clap after the Choir sings?

Most of them (at least in my church) are no good anyway, so there would be no reason to clap. But no, not where I go to church.

There have been some churches that have allowed that, but no Roman Catholic churches that I've been to.

Oh. I've only really gone to the Nazarene church. I've been to Catholic weddings and one Catholic funeral. They used this smokey stuff at the funeral that gave me a horrible headache.
That incense ALWAYS gives me a headache!

Not to be disrespectful or anything, but it was awful Mad
I know it makes me not be able to breath well. I HATE it.
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:26 am

catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
Can you clap after the Choir sings?

Most of them (at least in my church) are no good anyway, so there would be no reason to clap. But no, not where I go to church.

There have been some churches that have allowed that, but no Roman Catholic churches that I've been to.

Oh. I've only really gone to the Nazarene church. I've been to Catholic weddings and one Catholic funeral. They used this smokey stuff at the funeral that gave me a horrible headache.

Are you sure you were at church and not somewhere where people were smoking illegal drugs that caused you to have hallucinations that you were at church?

Illegal drugs don't smell that bad.

If they're laced with something like sulfur dioxide they do.

Well yeah, that might smell as bad.
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:26 am

catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

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Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:26 am

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Long convos much?! LoL
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:27 am

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Long convos much?! LoL
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:27 am

SoulRat wrote:
TG wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
Can you clap after the Choir sings?

Most of them (at least in my church) are no good anyway, so there would be no reason to clap. But no, not where I go to church.

There have been some churches that have allowed that, but no Roman Catholic churches that I've been to.

Oh. I've only really gone to the Nazarene church. I've been to Catholic weddings and one Catholic funeral. They used this smokey stuff at the funeral that gave me a horrible headache.
That incense ALWAYS gives me a headache!

Not to be disrespectful or anything, but it was awful Mad

Yes, they can overuse it. I agree with that.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:27 am

bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?


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Incense smell kinda good though.

Normal incense, yes.
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Not the church one.
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:27 am

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Long convos much?! LoL
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Noooooo not you guys. LoL.

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