Coexist Bumper Sticker Ushers In Era Of World Peace

January 10, 2017 by  
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Thanks to a Coexist bumper sticker spotted on the rear bumper of a local Toyota Prius today, the Organization for World Peace (OWP) has announced that every armed conflict in the world has officially come to an end. The sticker, located on the rear bumper of local “citizen of the world” Debbie Rowland, was posted on social media with the inscription “Peace Mongering,” where it soon went viral. “The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan... Read More

Meryl Streep Takes Aim At Dubia During Golden Globes Speech

January 9, 2017 by  
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Image: neon-tommy Just moments after being honored at the Golden Globes for her lifetime of work, actress Meryl Streep took the opportunity to make a sustained attack on Cardinal Burke’s dubia. In her four-minute address while accepting the award, the actress denounced Burke’s traditionalist rhetoric and criticized him for trying to bully the Pope. “There was one performance this year that stunned me,” Streep said. “It sank its hooks in... Read More

Vatican’s Hit Television Show “World’s Next Top Cardinal” Renewed

January 5, 2017 by  
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Image: Carolus The most successful elevation reality TV series in Catholic television history, World’s Next Top Cardinal, has been renewed. This Spring, Season 3 of WNTC will be strutting down the center aisle runway on VaricanH1 with a new host, panel members, and a batch of brand new ecclesiastical experts. As always, the competition will feature an all-male cast competing for the coveted auriphrygiata. “In 2017, cardinaling is going... Read More

Priest Selling Contraband Blessings In The Sketchy End Of Parish Arrested

January 3, 2017 by  
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Father Martin Jones has been arrested for selling contraband papal blessings near the south end of St. Agatha parish after authorities found a trunk full knockoff religious goods and blessings. The thirty year-old priest was arrested in the early hours of morning Mass yesterday after several parishioners admitted to purchasing blessings and intersessions at below market prices. The arrest took place in the abandoned part of the church where the tabernacle... Read More

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