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Cats, pathetic vis-à-vis both literacy and power, are pathetically if understandably resentful. At the liturgy, while others are glorifying the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit by both their being and their willing, cats glorify the Holy Trinity with their being or existence only — and certainly unwillingly.
Who would win in a no-holds barred bar fight? Church denominations square off in the imagination of Paul Detch, inspired to ask this question after witnessing a particularly ugly protest against anti-discrimination efforts in his town.
In lighter news, a Roman Catholic Priest has issued an apology for riding a hoverboard during a Christmas Eve Mass. Father Albert San Jose was applauded by
Title image from Star Wars films Bob Smietana, a religion writer, has written a hilarious article for the Washington Post comparing the Star Wars prequels
Adam Copeland, a professor and student of religion, relates smartphones to John Calvin, Martin Luther, and asks if they help or hinder our faith in
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