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Friday, April 22, 2005

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 Pope Palpatine condemns Spain gay bill

Pope Palpatine I has responded firmly to the first challenge of his papacy by condemning a Spanish government bill allowing marriage between homosexuals. The bill, passed by parliament's Socialist-dominated lower house, also allows gay couples to adopt. A senior Vatican official described the bill - which is likely to become law within a few months - as iniquitous.

Iniquitous. As in wicked. And I suppose he would say the same about pedophilia?

"I am personally convinced that the constant presence in the press of the sins of Catholic priests, especially in the United States, is a planned campaign.... [O]ne comes to the conclusion that it is intentional, manipulated, that there is a desire to discredit the Church. It is a logical and well-founded conclusion" Link.

Oh. Isn't that convenient.

Meanwhile, Pope Palpatine's elder brother, Georg Ratzinger, a retired priest ordained on the same day as his brother in 1951, has voiced concern that the new Pope lacks the stamina for his role.

"Of course I'm proud of him, but happy? I have to admit I am not," he said from his home in Regensburg, in the south of Germany. "I had hoped he would be spared ... I could only cry on hearing the news. He is someone who has been considerably ravaged by age."

UPDATED! Check out the Pope Palpatine I photo gallery!

1 Comments:

Blogger Angie said...

(sighs) And it continues.

5:15 PM  

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