Pope Benedict

A faithful reader why I hadn’t blogged on the subject. After two “Guardian(op-ed)”:http://www.guardian.co.uk/comment/story/0,,1463724,00.html “pieces(wormseye)”:http://www.guardian.co.uk/wormseyeview/story/0,,1469915,00.html and “one”:http://opendemocracy.org/debates/article-5-127-2442.jsp on Opendemocracy.org, I didn’t really feel I had anything to say. But now I have read through the papers I skipped all weekend, I noticed something. Ratzinger ran a blinder of a campaign, so it was nice to see “a report(I know, the Times, but still probably true)”:http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,20709-1585458,00.html that, when he realised he was winning, he prayed that God would take the job away from him because he’d never wanted it; nice, I mean, in the sense that there is something deeply gratifying when a new Pope inaugurates his reign by telling a whopping lie. Proves, rather, that there is a God.

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1 Response to Pope Benedict

  1. Robert Nowell says:

    My response to reading your blog was a very loud cachinnation. My own conclusion is that the Holy Ghost has been taking a sabbatical – for a bit too long.

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