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August 15, 2013 - 15 went

La Tuna Night Ride

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Added by Craig R.
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  • A former member

    There is a saint or a god for everything. Nice picture.

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  • Carlitos

    I think is a disrespectful picture in my opinion.

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  • A former member

    I agree Enrique, Opinions differ. Someone wrote the following for an event in Denver. "As a way of acknowledging the inherent goodness of God's gifts of life and health and the humble but elegant bicycle, we decided to conduct a Blessing of the Bicycles for the entire Denver cycling community. This event was open to all regardless of religious affiliation, race, creed, color, sexual orientation, fat or thin tires, and brand of bike. We even welcome unicyclists."

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  • A former member

    Is this photograph of religious iconography of an actual display somewhere in San Antonio?

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  • Carlitos

    St. Francis of Assisi. He is known as the patron saint of animals. I don't recall that religious image in San Antonio. Otherwise I would like to know where the picture was taken.

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  • A former member

    The statue is in San Antonio, I did not take the pic. The guy that took it had no ill will in taking it or posting it. Not sure how its disrespectful, and yes its only you, I checked. Around the world Catholics place things on and around statues for blessings and religious consideration, its a form of worship and religious freedom. Get over it smile and peddle faster. You know what they say about opinions!

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