Sex & God & Rock & Roll
What is that, a smoking gun?
A smoking Walther P38 to be precise! Do pay attention 007!
It's having readers like you, Father, that makes all the attention to detail worthwhile.
You are hotter than that gun, MP!
While Rembert shouldn't have paid diocesan hush-money to his lover, the fact that his boyfriend was actually an adult was what was so incomprehensible/unforgiveable to Rome.
Is that a gun in your thurible or are you just pleased to sneeze me.
Dang! Awesome, dude.And some "Anglicans" want to be more Roman why?
The Mayo Doctors sing, "patient Goin' Down, Down...http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=TZwdtwi5ngI
Oh, ouch, JCF.And, Boaz, that was funny!
There is also an article in the NYTimes about these devlopments today. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/26/world/europe/26church.html?pagewanted=2&hpIMHO, if anything happens to Benedict, I would be surprised.
I'm with RevBoy - Roman is infamous for protecting the institutional church above EVERYTHING else, and Pope's don't ride horses they can conveniently fall off of anymore and poisoning is so tacky - Pope is God's choice as the leader of Rome and um, he's there for life.
I realize that the focus of the story is Ratzinger's inaction. But what jumps out at me is that, in all those years, Weakland and everyone else never called in the police. In the interview, Weakland sounds so calm, so serene, as he recounts what he did and didn't do.They really believed they were above the law, and, for many decades, they were.--Boston
Pope's don't ride horses they can conveniently fall off of anymoreI'm *LOL* (though I'm embarrassed about it)poisoning is so tacky Tell that to JP1! (So they say? O_o)
I'm not religious. I come here for the music ;-) and I'm with Paul - why would any self-respecting anything want to go more Roman?