Monday, July 09, 2012

Katie and Tom: The divorce is amicable.

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Los Angeles (CNN) -- Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes "amicably settled" their divorce just two weeks after Holmes filed for it, an attorney told CNN Monday.

While no details of their agreement are public, the former couple said they are "working together" in the "best interests" of their young daughter.

In the June 28 divorce filing, Holmes sought sole custody of 6-year-old Suri. Holmes and Cruise have been married for five years.

"We are thrilled for Katie and her family and are excited to watch as she embarks on the next chapter of her life," said Holmes' attorney Jonathan Wolfe. - CNN

So anyway, Kat says Katie joined a parish in NYC.  A few of her readers seem to think that's not Catholic enough.  For Christ's sake!  Can't people at least be happy that she took a first step to being reconciled to the Church - if indeed she hasn't been already?  Now it seems to be a Catholic you have to sign on with just the right parish right off the bat, and be absolutely perfect from the get go - just like the holier than thous are.

No wonder people don't like organized religion and hate Catholics. 

Oh!  Oh!  It appears the welcome would not be out for the husband either - that is, if he decides to return some day.  Nice.  Maybe if he was an atheist who decided to convert it would be soooooooooooooo different?  One would think he'd at least get a welcome at Patheos then, after all - rumor has it he is bisexual.

14 comments:

  1. People are disgusting. I read the same from the filthmonger Thomas Peters.

    I'm happy for her. Welcome home.

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  2. Anonymous6:30 PM

    I think the point was that the information was difficult to substantiate. And really? Filthmonger, Thomas Peters? That helps.


    Suzanne Tate

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  3. I'm sure he's paid handsomely, so I wouldn't sweat it.

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  4. Perhaps the Holy Spirit should have consulted Kat's readers first, just in case He might be wasting His time...

    As for me, I hope she finds sure footing upon the path. At the very least, she can seek forgiveness for her weak performance in Batman Begins.

    What?

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  5. I agree with you Terry.

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  6. I'm glad she's returned to the Faith. I'm also very sorry for their daughter because the little girl needs both her parents in a stable family.

    "The best interest" for daughter would be for the father to return to the Faith and for the two of them to reconcile their marriage.

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    1. You are right - I wish the two would both return to the faith and stay together.

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  7. They might put her on the welcoming committee or something.

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  8. Well said, Terry!

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  9. I was a bit startled when I saw some of the comments at Kat's...

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  10. I think Thomas Peters makes more sense than everybody else on this. We don't really know that the lady has returned to the Faith. Her publicist or some attention seeker at St. Francis has made a claim but is it true?

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    1. The rest of the question is ... is it our place to make that judgement?

      Considering that I am not very likely to actually ever meet and/or interact with any of them ... ever ... the best I can do is to pray for all of them.

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  11. Scientologists have all the fun.

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