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Started this discussion. Last reply by JonEdanger Oct 17, 2012. 1 Reply

So I originally grew up in CT and went out to OH for college. I met my wife there and we were going to move to CO because she had a job lined up but it fell through so we moved to NY to live with her…Continue

 

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StaggerLee replied to Neil Griffin's discussion Favorite/ patron/ manly saints in the group Catholic Men
"Not actually a saint, yet, but... The beatified samurai named Zaisho Shichiemon, who accepted baptism despite the express prohibition of his master. He was ordered to renounce his faith. Zaisho replied, "I would obey in any other matter, but I…"
Dec 15, 2013
Sir replied to Neil Griffin's discussion Favorite/ patron/ manly saints in the group Catholic Men
"St Joe the good father.   Wd like to know some more, but he will stay a favorite."
Dec 5, 2013
Seán A. O'Hara replied to Neil Griffin's discussion hey guys in the group Family Man
"Hi Neil - Two grown kids here, and my wife and I adjusting to having adult children. I would concur that reading is great!!  I read to my wife before children (to help her fall asleep at night) and then to our kids.  I might still read to…"
Dec 3, 2013
Samuel Chapman replied to Neil Griffin's discussion Favorite/ patron/ manly saints in the group Catholic Men
"For me it's St. Joseph and the Blessed John Paul II. "
Nov 20, 2013
James replied to Neil Griffin's discussion hey guys in the group Family Man
"Hola! 29 for another two weeks, two boys, 4 and 16 months. Roughhouse and read. Get your kids involved with chores as early as possible. My 4-year old cleans his room, his toy room, gets diapers and supplies for the baby, including treats if we need…"
Nov 19, 2013
Rob Dyson replied to Neil Griffin's discussion hey guys in the group Family Man
"Hey Neil! I'm 48 (til next week), have 3 kids - 18 y.o. boy, 15 y.o. girl and 12 y.o. girl - so it's pretty challenging at times dealing with basically 3 teenagers. I really had to learn how to transition my parenting from one of control…"
Oct 14, 2013
Mr Bill replied to Neil Griffin's discussion hey guys in the group Family Man
"Hey Neil. Read to your kids. Best advice to give to a young father. And it is never to early to start. Besides, it gives good elocution practice for work/hobbies/interacting with others. This is one of the best sites on the Internet for talking with…"
Oct 13, 2013
Joe W replied to Neil Griffin's discussion hey guys in the group Family Man
"What's up, Neil. Looks like you got yourself a full house there. I bet the little ones are keeping you busy, and you're probably wondering when will be the next time you will be able to catch a much-needed nap... I'll let you know if…"
Oct 12, 2013
Neil Griffin added a discussion to the group Family Man
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hey guys

Just wanted to say hi and introduce myself. I joined this group right when I first joined AoM but I never was able to really get into the forum. I'm 25 years old married with 2 boys, 18 months and 2 months. I hope that I can gain some wisdom from the older family men in the group.See More
Oct 11, 2013
Neil Griffin commented on Denis E. Ambrose, Jr.'s group Catholic Men
"Nate what do you mean by that? "
Oct 8, 2013
Mike M. replied to Neil Griffin's discussion Tattoos in the group Catholic Men
"I don't, personally, think that tattoos are a good idea, but I don't buy that anything in Scripture actually prohibits tattoos, and even if Leviticus did, that wouldn't be binding on Christians."
Oct 4, 2013
Bill Stevens replied to Neil Griffin's discussion Tattoos in the group Catholic Men
"Au contraire, mon frere. Speaking as someone who has a lot of tattoos, who is coincidentally a Catholic--the two things are almost completely unrelated--I can only offer the following personal observations: 1. Tattoos, having tattoos and seeing…"
Oct 2, 2013
Neil Griffin replied to Neil Griffin's discussion Tattoos in the group Catholic Men
"It was a joke."
Oct 1, 2013
Fabricante replied to Neil Griffin's discussion Tattoos in the group Catholic Men
"Officially there is no canon law about tattoos. While there is the notion of treating your body as a temple for the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, there is not really an ecclesiastical ruling. A reason it may be frowned upon by Catholics is because…"
Oct 1, 2013
Sir replied to Neil Griffin's discussion Tattoos in the group Catholic Men
"Street cred isn't as useful as job interview cred, at least to most of us. And isn't it bizarre that something as irrelevant as ink on the skin would give "credibility" to anyone, except the artist who did the work?  Having…"
Oct 1, 2013
Neil Griffin replied to Neil Griffin's discussion Tattoos in the group Catholic Men
"At least that'll give me some street cred. I want to have it be large enough to actually use it like a real rosary and use it to pray. Might sound weird but I like the idea."
Oct 1, 2013

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At 8:49pm on September 6, 2013, Andy Molnar said…

Hi Neil,

Thanks for the friend request.  I gladly accept.  

By your list above you're clearly a man of good tastes.  Those are some good discussions in the Catholic group...it was a lot of fun.  I think I'll try your "date night ideas" above.  

In Christ,

Andy Molnar

 
 
 

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