Pope Francis Apologizes For Prank Video Message To Evangelicals

February 27, 2014 by  
Filed under Vatican

Pope Francis is apologizing this morning after it was revealed that a video of the Pontiff calling for “communion” with Protestant communities was actually a prank. In a candid video taken from an iPhone earlier this morning, Francis expressed regret for the video sent to a recent gathering of Charismatic and Pentecostal ministers hosted by Kenneth Copeland, in which he stated that he desired “Christians to become one again.” “No joke, Benedict... Read More

Film Review: Will The New Noah Movie Radically Depart From The Hyper-Environmentalist Themes As Seen In The Biblical Narrative?

February 23, 2014 by  
Filed under Politics

Hollywood, CA––With the upcoming Noah movie directed by Darren Aronofsky due out in late March, many Christian groups are complaining that it might not be true to the original biblical narrative in which environmental and animal rights take the forefront. And with that, many are beginning to question just how far the movie will deviate from the environmental themes that form the core message of the Bible story. Sven D. Groffannas of Recent Films wrote... Read More

Catholic Church Seemingly Reverses Apology to Galileo

February 22, 2014 by  
Filed under Libs & Trads

Twenty two years after the historic “apology” of Pope John Paul II to Galileo in 1992, astronomers are beginning to question the apology’s sincerity. “The beauty of the Copernican solar system, and following it, that of Galileo, was its simplicity,” said one astronomer, “you put the sun in the middle, and the whole mess is cleared up. That’s what made it so convincing against the Ptolemaic system.” The system... Read More

Overzealous Priest Overturns The Tables Of The Money Changers In Church Gift Shop

February 19, 2014 by  
Filed under Parish Life

Louisville, KY––In what the police are calling a “fanatical act committed while in the state of a nervous breakdown,” Associate Pastor of St. Margaret Catholic Church in Louisville, Kentucky, Father Randy Coelho, walked into the parish gift shop and began to overturn registers as well as tables containing rosaries, scapulars, and other religious goods earlier this morning. The incident occurred shortly after the conclusion of... Read More

2014 Sochi Olympics: Why Has The Vatican Yet To Medal?

February 16, 2014 by  
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SOCHI, Russia––For only the third time in Winter Games history, the United States swept the podium, capturing the top three spots Thursday in Slopestyle Skiing’s Olympic debut, an event that many sports historians say was created in the past four years by a half-baked college kid in his dorm room in Colorado. In the meantime, the Vatican has yet to medal, leading EOTT to ask just why the Holy See National Team has failed to take to the podium. “From... Read More

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