Vatican Shuts Down After Liberals, Rad Trads Can’t Come To An Agreement

January 22, 2018 by  
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Ricardo André Frantz   Hundreds of thousands of priests from around the world have either been sent back to the rectory or have been told to not show up to say Masses today as clerical furloughs took affect midnight due to the Vatican shutdown. Cardinal Robert Sarah delivered an ominous warning to cardinals gathered at the Vatican this morning, saying that “The shutdown is going to get a lot worse tomorrow if the Pope doesn’t act immediately.” Essential... Read More

Recreational Heresy Now Officially Legal in California Parishes

January 2, 2018 by  
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  Roman Catholic dioceses in California began allowing recreational heresy Monday in what has been seen as a milestone in the mainstreaming of dissent. Lines formed outside churches licensed to allow heresy hours before Mass and CCD times, and RCIA teachers said they had stocked up in expectation of huge demand for new types of heresy. “There’re bigger crowds here than I saw at all the Christmas masses put together this year,”  said pastor... Read More

Nuns That Started Christian Rock Band Somehow Considered Inspiring

December 13, 2017 by  
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  The new all-nun rock band known as “Guns N’ Rosaries” took the stage yesterday in front of a packed house at St. John of the Cross Catholic Church where they, for some unfathomable reason, inspired all those in attendance. The Bolivian nuns, who, let’s be serious here for a minute, are kinda embarrassing to watch and to listen to because it’s weird watching nuns pretending to be rock stars in the same way that it would be weird watching... Read More

Pope: “Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone Is Also Badly Translated”

December 12, 2017 by  
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Credit: Malacañang Photo Bureau   Pope Francis has called for the renaming of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, saying current translations that changed it from the original “Philosopher’s Stone” to “Sorcerer’s Stone” does not make sense. Read by millions of people across the world, the young adult fantasy novel has become a staple read in many homes. But in a recent interview, Pope Francis said that the word “Sorcerer”... Read More

New Research May Prove Santa Was Inspiration For Fabled Third-Century Saint

December 6, 2017 by  
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  After close to a decade of research, historians from the University of America announced Wednesday that the fabled third-century saint, known to many as St. Nicholas, was actually a “sort of devolution” on the present day character of Santa Clause. “What we believe is that the Santa Clause we all know and believe in today actually inspired legends that would be told during Advent about a saint who supposedly lived around 1,700 years ago,”... Read More

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