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WA Delegate: The Holy Catholic Czardom of Wagafraga (elected 219 days ago)

Founder: The Holy Catholic Celtic Kingdom of North Breifne

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**Featured 14 September 2012 A.D.**

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Welcome to the Coalition of Catholic States! This region is dedicated to nations in Communion with the Roman Catholic Church throughout the world.

Head of State: President The Holy Catholic Czardom of Wagafraga
Head of the Coalition Council: Chancellor The Holy Inseparable Regalia of Castle Federation
Head of the Judiciary Tribunal: Adjudicator The Holy Empire of Trabadius
Coalition Council: Councilmen The Holy Republic of Gebidia, The Republic of Our Lady of Peace, The Sole and Holy Papacy of Il Borgia Vaticano, and The Lord Chancellorship of Blyskalia
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Embassies: Catholic, Virtual Roman Catholic Church, Right to Life, Saint Margaret Mary, Vatican II, Christian, Jerusalem, South Sudan, Vatican, Poland, England, The Unified Christians Alliance, Maltropian Puppet Confederacy, Democratic Social Union, United Alliance Of Nations, Philippines, and 54 others.Central Pacific Empire, Africa, India, The Ascendancy, The SOP, Israel, The British Empire, Eastern Roman Empire, The Commonwealth of Crowns, Old World Union, Conservatopia, The United San Diego States, the Land of Power, Soli Deo gloria, Nysa, VCG, Union of Free States, Libertatem, League of Christian Nations, United Republic of Nations, Right Wing Uprising, Cashnatchee, The League of Just Nations, The Western Colonies, The East Pacific, The Republic of Belarus, Christianity, Federation of Free States, The Region of Industrious Nations, Principality di Monaco, Imperial League of Nations, Vatican City State, United Empire of Islam, The United Defenders League, The 9th Realm, The Accepted Realms, Alliance Of Armed Nations, Alliance of Absolute Monarchs, Land of Israel, Bracara et Caralis, The United League of Empires, Repubblica Italiana, The Darwin Allied Republics, The Western Empire, Trainsylvinea, The conservative christians, Christus, Pro Life International, The Coalition of Conservative States, Holy Catholic Apostolic Church, Islam, Seafieldia, Aeldorin, and Alliance of Catholic Nations.

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Regional Power: High

Coalition of Catholic States contains 91 nations, the 123rd most in the world.

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The Most Cultured in Coalition of Catholic States

After spending many tedious hours in coffee shops and concert halls, World Census experts have found the following nations to be the most cultured.

As a region, Coalition of Catholic States is ranked 1,569th in the world for Most Cultured.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
11.The Wall Street Investors of Obnoxious Kids Who Say DECA DiamondsCapitalizt“DECA Diamonds+Wall Street=Good Times!”
12.The Dictatorship of Claudia JessieAnarchy“Hi, I'm a noob at Anubis House.”
13.The Dictatorship of Jade RamseyNew York Times Democracy“My people like hats, apparently!”
14.The Republic of Kae AlexanderLeft-Leaning College State“Hi, I'm a noob at Anubis House.”
15.The Neofeudalist Federation of EcalpaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Not always right but never left.”
16.The Elective Monarchial Empire of CrescitiaWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Gloria in excelsis Deo”
17.The Great Union of Fonidia and OsteyonWA MemberDemocratic Socialists“United, and with faith, we'll never fail”
18.The Empire of SynaxisWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“For God, the Fatherland, and the Emperor”
19.The Protectorate of Jake DavisNew York Times Democracy“Hi, I'm a noob at Anubis House.”
20.The Divine Republic of DivusiaDemocratic Socialists“We rule with God.”
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Coalition of Catholic States Regional Message Board

If you send the form to Trabadius and he approves of a puppet being in the rp

The Empire of Synaxis wrote:Personally, though, we all should still adhere rigorously to Church Doctrine, even if in a game. Otherwise we are only perverting the Church's message and goals to suit our own ends, when we should be focused instead on what the Church stands for and how we can support it.

That is your opinion, but don't mistake yourself for a bishop and me for a priest or some diocesan employee. I am an ordinary Catholic who tries to do good and avoid evil. A point of tension is bound to arise from time to time between a thinking individual's conscience and the Church's teaching. In terms of faith that can be an opportunity, not a threat.

Personally, I do not value conservatism as much as you do, and my imagination does not seek rigorous bounds. This is a game. You and I make things up. Isn't it fun?

Hello ^-^

Dear friends, today is the final day to apply to be on the new world map. Remember, even if you currently ARE on the map, you will be erased unless you fill out the application and contact me. Let me know if there are questions. Happy Sunday!

Application: page=dispatch/id=282376

The Holy Empire of Trabadius wrote:Dear friends, today is the final day to apply to be on the new world map. Remember, even if you currently ARE on the map, you will be erased unless you fill out the application and contact me. Let me know if there are questions. Happy Sunday!

Application: page=dispatch/id=282376

Ok I can do this :)))

Did you receive my telegram Trabadius? :)

So, if I may ask, what is the final product going to look like on the new map?

The Holy Empire of Trabadius wrote:Dear friends, today is the final day to apply to be on the new world map. Remember, even if you currently ARE on the map, you will be erased unless you fill out the application and contact me. Let me know if there are questions. Happy Sunday!

Application: page=dispatch/id=282376

Done, I'm looking forward to it!

Dear Muslim Brothers and Sisters,

It gives us great joy to offer you our heartfelt congratulations and good wishes on the occasion of 'Id al-Fitr at the conclusion of Ramadan, a month dedicated to fasting, prayer and helping the poor.

Last year, the first year of his ministry, Pope Francis personally signed the Message addressed to you on the occasion of ‘Id al-Fitr. On another occasion, he also called you "our brothers and sisters" (Angelus, 11 August 2013). We all can recognize the full significance of these words. In fact, Christians and Muslims are brothers and sisters in the one human family, created by the One God.

Let us recall what Pope John Paul II said to Muslim religious leaders in 1982: "All of us, Christians and Muslims, live under the sun of the one merciful God. We both believe in one God who is the creator of man. We acclaim God's sovereignty and we defend man's dignity as God's servant. We adore God and profess total submission to him. Thus, in a true sense, we can call one another brothers and sisters in faith in the one God." (Kaduna, Nigeria, 14 February 1982).

We thank the Almighty for what we have in common, while remaining aware of our differences. We perceive the importance of promoting a fruitful dialogue built upon mutual respect and friendship. Inspired by our shared values and strengthened by our sentiments of genuine fraternity, we are called to work together for justice, peace and respect for the rights and dignity of every person. We feel responsible in a particular way for those most in need: the poor, the sick, orphans, immigrants, victims of human trafficking, and those suffering from any kind of addiction.

As we know, our contemporary world faces grave challenges which call for solidarity on the part of all people of good will. These include threats to the environment, the crisis of the global economy and high levels of unemployment particularly among young people. Such situations give rise to a sense of vulnerability and a lack of hope for the future. Let us also not forget the problems faced by so many families which have been separated, leaving behind loved ones and often small children.

Let us work together, then, to build bridges of peace and promote reconciliation especially in areas where Muslims and Christians together suffer the horror of war.

May our friendship inspire us always to cooperate in facing these many challenges with wisdom and prudence. In this way we will help to diminish tension and conflict, and advance the common good. We will also demonstrate that religions can be a source of harmony for the benefit of society as a whole.

Let us pray that reconciliation, justice, peace and development will remain uppermost among our priorities, for the welfare and good of the whole human family.

Together with The Holy Empire of His Holiness Pope Francis, we are happy to send you our cordial best wishes for a joyful celebration and a life of prosperity in peace.

The Holy Empire of Apostolic Nuncio 2 wrote:Dear Muslim Brothers and Sisters,

It gives us great joy to offer you our heartfelt congratulations and good wishes on the occasion of 'Id al-Fitr at the conclusion of Ramadan, a month dedicated to fasting, prayer and helping the poor.

Last year, the first year of his ministry, Pope Francis personally signed the Message addressed to you on the occasion of ‘Id al-Fitr. On another occasion, he also called you "our brothers and sisters" (Angelus, 11 August 2013). We all can recognize the full significance of these words. In fact, Christians and Muslims are brothers and sisters in the one human family, created by the One God.

Let us recall what Pope John Paul II said to Muslim religious leaders in 1982: "All of us, Christians and Muslims, live under the sun of the one merciful God. We both believe in one God who is the creator of man. We acclaim God's sovereignty and we defend man's dignity as God's servant. We adore God and profess total submission to him. Thus, in a true sense, we can call one another brothers and sisters in faith in the one God." (Kaduna, Nigeria, 14 February 1982).

We thank the Almighty for what we have in common, while remaining aware of our differences. We perceive the importance of promoting a fruitful dialogue built upon mutual respect and friendship. Inspired by our shared values and strengthened by our sentiments of genuine fraternity, we are called to work together for justice, peace and respect for the rights and dignity of every person. We feel responsible in a particular way for those most in need: the poor, the sick, orphans, immigrants, victims of human trafficking, and those suffering from any kind of addiction.

As we know, our contemporary world faces grave challenges which call for solidarity on the part of all people of good will. These include threats to the environment, the crisis of the global economy and high levels of unemployment particularly among young people. Such situations give rise to a sense of vulnerability and a lack of hope for the future. Let us also not forget the problems faced by so many families which have been separated, leaving behind loved ones and often small children.

Let us work together, then, to build bridges of peace and promote reconciliation especially in areas where Muslims and Christians together suffer the horror of war.

May our friendship inspire us always to cooperate in facing these many challenges with wisdom and prudence. In this way we will help to diminish tension and conflict, and advance the common good. We will also demonstrate that religions can be a source of harmony for the benefit of society as a whole.

Let us pray that reconciliation, justice, peace and development will remain uppermost among our priorities, for the welfare and good of the whole human family.

Together with The Holy Empire of His Holiness Pope Francis, we are happy to send you our cordial best wishes for a joyful celebration and a life of prosperity in peace.

Eid Mubarak what a very beautiful comment ^-^

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