Carol Thatcher AND Emmanuel Milingo
There are lots of remarkable news that caught my attention, but I didn't collect them, and yet, I couldn’t forget 2 of them:
1) Carol Thatcher (50s years old), the daughter of Margaret Thatcher made a DNA test and through this test they found out that quarter of the family genes are Arabic!! So, now they are studying the family tree and historical roots of this family to see from where they got their Arabic genes,, from her father or her mother. I tried to find a website with this news, but I couldn’t find any link.
A humorous writer said: it's a great news,, it's a great way to mingling and "impregnating" cultures and civilizations. He suggests making same test to all world leaders and even Jewish leaders and see how much Arabic genes they have. That could be a positive act to help making new page,, a family relationship between west and east.
So, what do you think about that?!! :)
2) Another news didn't amaze me, but the reaction amazed me!!
Read This: ((One of Africa's best-known Catholic priests, the Zambian archbishop Emmanuel Milingo, is to be excommunicated from the church after getting married.
His wife is a South Korean woman and they were married in New York at a ceremony presided over by the Reverend Moon of the Unification Church.
The Zambian Catholic Bishops' Conference has condemned his marriage as a betrayal. But there are increasing calls from Catholics across the world that the celibacy of the priesthood should be ended. ))
I always liked nuns and priests,, I really did. I thought the best job any human can do is working for God with trueheartedness and honesty. Gave up all pleasures and life for God is so noble, but as I growing up I found it's really wonderful thing, but nuns and priests are still humans and have their own needs. They need what other humans need. They need a family, a wife/husband and kids. They can continue work in churches and have happy life with their own family. They are not infallible and they could make some mistakes and sins. They should get the choice to get married if they want that,, it's more better than making sins and let them suffer more.
I know I'm not Christian to intervene, but I really respect them and I think many of Christians will share my view.