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Capri contains 3 nations.
Today's World Census Report
The Most Politically Free in Capri
These nations allow citizens the greatest amount of freedom to select their own government.
As a region, Capri is ranked 17,843rd in the world for Most Politically Free.
|1.||The Lucky Green Nationstates of Arch Bishop||Moralistic Democracy||“Punishment is justice for the unjust.”|
|2.||The Holy Awesome Rogue Nation of Ramblin Gamblin Man||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“I'm not good lookin but I ain't shy”|
|3.||The Dominion of Wing Nut Alpha||Corrupt Dictatorship||“You’ll get nothing and like it!”|
- : Embassy cancelled between Romania and Capri.
- : The Maritime Republic of Caladda of the region Romania ordered the closure of its embassy in Capri.
- : Embassy cancelled between MentosLand and Capri.
- : Embassy cancelled between Zero Zero Zero Zero and Capri.
- : The Lucky Green Nationstates of Arch Bishop ordered the closure of embassies between Capri and Zero Zero Zero Zero.
- : The Lucky Green Nationstates of Arch Bishop ordered the closure of embassies between Capri and MentosLand.
- : The Imperial Republic of Arconia Defender of the region MentosLand cancelled the closure of its embassy in Capri.
- : The Join Lily of Switz got lazy 7 of the region MentosLand ordered the closure of its embassy in Capri.
- : The Number One Pick of Joe Burrow of the region SECFanatics withdrew an invitation to construct embassies.
- : Rbbf of the region SECFanatics proposed constructing embassies.
Capri Regional Message Board
Great to see you again. It has been awhile. How was death?
we adore your cross
which frees us from sin, the origin of every division and evil;
we proclaim your resurrection,
which ransoms man from the slavery of failure and death;
we await your coming in glory,
which will bring to fulfillment your kingdom of justice, joy and peace.
by your glorious passion,
conquer the hardness of our hearts, imprisoned by hatred and selfishness;
by the power of your resurrection,
save the victims of injustice and maltreatment from their suffering;
by the fidelity of your coming,
confound the culture of death and make the triumph of life shine forth.
unite to your cross the sufferings of the many innocent victims:
the children, the elderly, and the persecuted Christians;
envelop in paschal light those who are deeply wounded:
abused persons, deprived of freedom and dignity;
let those who live in uncertainty experience the enduring constancy of your kingdom: the exiles, refugees, and those who have lost the joy of living.
cast forth the shadow of your cross over peoples at war;
may they learn the way of reconciliation, dialogue and forgiveness;
let the peoples so wearied by bombing experience the joy of your resurrection:
raise up Iraq and Syria from devastation;
reunite your dispersed children under your gentle kingship:
sustain Christians in the Diaspora and grant them the unity of faith and love.
O Virgin Mary, Queen of peace,
you who stood at the foot of the cross,
obtain from your Son pardon for our sins;
you who never doubted the victory of his resurrection,
sustain our faith and our hope;
you who are enthroned as Queen in glory,
teach us the royal road of service and the glory of love.
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ:
“Peace be with you!” With these words, the Risen Lord
greeted his frightened Apostles in the Upper Room on
the day of his Resurrection. They were troubled, anxious,
and fearful—much like each one of us at some point in
our lives. Christ repeated the words, “Peace be with you.”
But then he added, “Receive the holy Spirit. Whose sins
you forgive are forgiven them” (Jn 20:19-23).
What an extraordinary gift! The Risen Lord was
proclaiming that all the suffering he had just endured
was in order to make available the gifts of salvation
and forgiveness. He wanted the Apostles to receive
these gifts. He wanted them to become apostles of this
forgiveness to others.
In the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation, also
called confession, we meet the Lord, who wants to grant
forgiveness and the grace to live a renewed life in him. In
this sacrament, he prepares us to receive him free from
serious sin, with a lively faith, earnest hope, and sacri-
cial love in the Eucharist. The Church sees confession
as so important that she requires that every Catholic go
at least once a year.1
The Church also encourages frequent confession in order to grow closer to Christ Jesus
and his Body, the Church. By the grace of the Holy Spirit,
we seek forgiveness and repentance, let go of patterns
of sin, grow in the life of virtue,
and witness to a joyful conversion. Since the graces of the sacrament are so similar to the purpose of the New Evangelization,
Pope Benedict XVI has said, “The
New Evangelization . . . begins in
We bishops and priests are
eager to help you if you experience
dif culty, hesitation, or uncertainty about approaching the Lord
in this sacrament. If you have not
received this healing sacrament
in a long time, we are ready to
welcome you. We, whom Christ has ordained to minister this forgiveness in his name, are also approaching this sacrament, as both penitents and ministers,
throughout our lives and at this special moment of
grace during Lent. We want to offer ourselves to you
as forgiven sinners seeking to serve in the Lord’s name.
During Lent—in addition to the various penitential services during which individual confession takes
place—we bishops and priests will be making ourselves
available often for the individual celebration of this
sacrament. We pray that through the work of the Holy
Spirit, all Catholics—clergy and laity—will respond to
the call of the New Evangelization to encounter Christ
in the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation. Come
to the Lord and experience the extraordinary grace of
1 Catechism of the Catholic Church, nos. 1457-1458.