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Darwin’s Legacy

God called me last night. There’s no easier way to put it, especially for you atheistic, devil-worshiping, socialist America haters out there. God did call me. And boy, was He pissed. “What’s so tough to understand about ‘intelligent design’,” he fumed. “What, do those Darwinidiots think I’m not intelligent?” “No, sir,” I said quickly. It’s not a good thing to ... Read More »

Catholicism vs. Witchcraft

Some teenagers came onto a pagan web site and asked if it was ok for Catholics like them to practice witchcraft. I was forced to tell them that in my understanding, the Catholic church wasn’t amenable to them practicing witchcraft, no matter how trendy. Anticipating their dilema, I wrote something to help them make up their minds. Some advantages of ... Read More »

What’s your Papal Name?

Did the Papal Name test – quite funny – my answers were very irreligious. Your Papal Name is Pope Adeodatus II You think Pope Benedict IX was a Saint who should have indulged himself a bit more. You’re already halfway though “How to Excommunicate for Fun and Profit” and, if you were made Pope, you would have the treasures of ... Read More »

The Pope of Cyberspace

Pope Benedict XVI may be a doctrinal luddite, but he is down with the communicative abilities of cyberspace. “Let us go forth in the joy of the risen Lord and trusting in his permanent help,” proclaimed his first text message sent to all TIM cellphone users who subscribe to a papal “thought of the day” service, which was launched two ... Read More »