Nancy Pelosi Named Speaker Of The Church

January 7, 2019 by  
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Image: Gage Skidmore   Nancy Pelosi became the most powerful person in the Catholic Church today as she was elected Speaker of the Church in America. The Catholic democrat vowed to “reach across the pews and across the divisions in this great Church.” “American Catholics want a Church that delivers results for the people, even if those results are completely at odds with Church teaching they have heard in the past,” Pelosi said with gavel in... Read More

Newly Ordained Priest Probably Thinks He’s Some Sort Of Big Shot Now

December 20, 2018 by  
Filed under Parish Life

  Explaining that his longtime friend Father Daniel Patros probably thought he was some sort of big shot or something like that ever since his ordination to the priesthood last week, Adam Rubin sat down with friends this morning to explain his frustrations. “I mean, simply based on what I’ve seen over the past week or so since Daniel was ordained, he definitely thinks he’s like this big shot now,” Rubin stated, explaining how ever since Patros... Read More

Church Band Plays ‘Baby Jesus’ To The Tune Of ‘Baby Shark’ During Communion

December 18, 2018 by  
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  Asking parishioners to turn to page 341 of their hymnals this past Sunday, lead cantor of St. Barbara Catholic Church asked everyone to “Please follow along as we sing ‘Baby Jesus’ to the tune of ‘Baby Shark,’” in keeping with the Christmas spirit. “After some debate two weeks ago, we decided that, in keeping with the spirit of Christmas, we ought to sing ‘Baby Jesus’ as we have been doing during communion, but this time, to the... Read More

Local Christian Still Pretty Hopeful Abortion Soon To Be Banned After Brett Kavanaugh Sides With Planned Parenthood

December 12, 2018 by  
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  Telling fellow parishioners that even though Brett Kavanaugh for some reason decided to side with liberals in declining to hear a case that could have allowed states to defund Planned Parenthood, local Christian Randal Miller confirmed that he was still hopeful that the new justice was just the man to finally put an end to abortion. “I don’t know, I guess I just have trust in God and his new administration,” Miller told fellow parishioners... Read More

Study: 92% Of Single Catholics Stop Praying For Spouse Mere Seconds Before God Would Have Answered Their Prayer

December 10, 2018 by  
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  In a new study published today by The League Of Single Catholics, nearly 93% of all Catholics quit praying for a spouse, or show signs of doubt in God’s love, just seconds before He would have given them the man or woman of their dreams. Head of the study Robin Longwood said that more than nine out of ten single Catholics decide to stop praying either because they’ve been praying for someone to love for years and are ready to give up, or... Read More

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