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Old 11-27-2009, 05:40 PM
 
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I recently moved to Aliso Viejo and I must tell everyone what a walkable town this is. The town center has everything from Lowes to a movie theater, tons of restaurants, fastfood, shops, hair salons, CVS etc. A few blocks from the center a very progressive catholic church (for mom) a excellent general practice physician with urgent care, Walmart, Target, parks... ALL IN WALKING DISTANCE!!! Yes its hilly but it cuts my time at the gym lol

I've had a few messages from walkers about where to live so I just wanted to share the info.
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Old 11-29-2009, 11:11 PM
 
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I recently moved to Aliso Viejo and I must tell everyone what a walkable town this is. The town center has everything from Lowes to a movie theater, tons of restaurants, fastfood, shops, hair salons, CVS etc. A few blocks from the center a very progressive catholic church (for mom) a excellent general practice physician with urgent care, Walmart, Target, parks... ALL IN WALKING DISTANCE!!! Yes its hilly but it cuts my time at the gym lol

I've had a few messages from walkers about where to live so I just wanted to share the info.
Thanks! It's good to hear some positive things about OC, specifically Aliso Viejo. Nice to hear about the progressive Catholic church (we are Catholic too). We used to live in OC in the 80's; moved back to our hometown in NE OH in order to raise our children among family members. I am divided between North County Coastal SD and South OC (as far as relocation in the future) - will make a point to visit Aliso Viejo the next time I'm back for business.
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Old 12-06-2009, 02:33 PM
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What does "progressive" Catholic Church mean? No kneelers?
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Old 12-06-2009, 02:47 PM
 
Location: Las Flores, Orange County, CA
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What does "progressive" Catholic Church mean? No kneelers?
Modern techniques of brainwashing are used.
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Old 12-08-2009, 09:43 AM
 
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Modern techniques of brainwashing are used.
Ahhh... although I myself am not a practioner of an organized religion, my mom is. Accordingly a "progressive" Catholic church is a congregation which is trying to move it's purpose and it's mission forward. Meaning instead of adhering to what alot of people believe are manmade rules (such as priests not being able to marry), they seek to change thses archaic rules, believing that in order for a religion to encompass truth and compassion and help its own they must make positive changes within their system before they can make them to the outside. There is also some talk of the Anglican (sic) Church joined the Roman Catholic Church, which would be very interesting.

I take no offense from people who have faith in an organized religion whether I agree with it or not, I only take offense when someone forces their opinions on to me. So brainwashing would not be something I'd enjoy lol.. Have a good day Charles.
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Old 12-08-2009, 09:45 AM
 
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What does "progressive" Catholic Church mean? No kneelers?
Nope, and no pews eithers, people bring in the chairs and stack them outside when service is over..
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