Monday, 22 December 2008


more animals

The first comment under this, made by Attila, was "I, for one, welcome our feline overlords."

I would just like to add that I particularly welcome our new feline priesthood, particularly the pope.

Finally,*appropriate* cattiness in the Catholic hierarchy. Which, interestingly, would also be banished by a healthy, liberal influx, as observation shows that on the whole, it's a narrow band of younger, more orthodox, repressed men sweeping in the innuendo and perpetual nastiness in the name of 'saving the church from evil liberals'.

Frankly, we liberals are sick of getting knocked for taking on the Church directly - where you can hit us back - and watching the Grima Wormtongues run rampant, destroying the church with their rumours and perpetual subtle digs at everyone around them.

Grow up, get some therapy, and work out who you really are. And remember:

The more you claim morality as yours and yours alone, the more amoral you are likely to be.

And your particular version of right-wing Catholicism is almost as amoral as it gets.

Be warned: I, and others like me, will fight you all the way. Before you destroy the Church we criticise because we *know* and *are invested in* its capability to become what God meant it to be.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It's not quite what you are writing about, but what if (inspired by the photo, of course) all priests HAD to have a pet and take care of it regularly, not copping out of their duty (oh you feed him/her today, I'm too busy) but taking it seriously. Cats are especially appropriate - they are not programmable to be obedient all the time, and I sometimes think many adults (priests included) need to remember that and apply it...