Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Call to Action has a survey on what the next pope should do. Muhaha!

Linky. Here's my comments:

Regarding only American concerns, I hope Papa Benedetto gets rid of the sodomites and fourth-rate heretics who infest Catholic chanceries, seminaries, and universities, not to mention the Jesuit Order.

Moving to restore the beauty of the Roman liturgy would no doubt help in the conversion of America and the world. As Keats says, 'Beauty is truth, truth beauty,—that is all/Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.'

I also hope he and the bishops can help turn around the effects of pornocratic capitalism, including consumerism in general and consumerism in religious matters, in particular. He shall certainly have to fight the love of death which manifests itself in the practice of exterminating the unwanted unborn.

Bioethics will also be a key issue, since it signals the revival of the eugenics movement.

Viva il Papa!

I fancy sending their headquarters things from the Ratzinger Fan Club store.

Regretfully, I am providing my actual e-mail, which might get me on all sorts of mailing lists I don't want to be on, like those clerical pronography lists I'm told exist among the pelvic dissenters. A small price for a bit of fun, and hopefully I'll get an angry letter from some minor CTA functionary denouncing my closed-mindedness that I can use to augment the Critique-O-Matic's advanced heuristics.

via the cant-ridden Catholics Against the Pope blog.

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