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Why Not Limit The Term of the New Pope?

By limiting the term of the pope Catholics worldwide would not feel as if they were trapped with a leader who doesn’t hear them or care about what they really need. Read More »

Pathetic Fallacy: Why Are We Still Blaming God for Natural Events?

I think most rational people will know that God didn’t put a hole in the ozone layer. Read More »

Old White Popes Can’t Jump

Catholics need a pope who will look at the world as it is and not as he thinks it should be. Read More »

Pope Benedict XVI, “God’s Rottweiler,” to Step Down

Pope Benedict will retire at the end of February. Read More »

Book Review: Illuminations: A Novel of Hildegard von Bingen by Mary Sharratt

Hildegard, a new Catholic saint, learned the hard way you can't fool God with self-torture to force your way into heaven. Read More »

Paoletto, Butler to the Pope, Under House Arrest

The Pope's personal assistant, his butler, is facing trial for releasing documents critical of Catholic hierarchy. Read More »

The Pope Endorses Condom Use: A Door Opens

The Vatican somehow realized that it cannot be the stalwart supporter of a "right to life" for the unborn without wanting to save the lives of those already living. Read More »

We All Fall in Love Sometimes: The Rush Limbaugh and Elton John Romance

Rush Limbaugh dumps his fourth bride and marries his piano player, Elton John, at the Vatican. Read More »