Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Which Sacrament is Hate?

In my last post -- that one posted three whole days ago -- I opined that I wouldn't be posting in awhile because I was going to remain quiet unless I had something nice to say.

I post practically every day, don't I?

But I've not. And it's more because of circumstance -- pain and spring break [not that I'm seeing anything beyond a correlational relationship rather than a causal one] -- have kept me away from the computer. But it was kind of curious, my saying I was going to "work" on being less negative.

Then I heard about Bishop Giacomo Babini and what he had to say about who was to blame for the latest wave of pedophile scandal plaguing the Catholic Church and the pope himself. [I capitalize the names of God and Jesus and pronouns referring to Them. No way in hell it's proper to capitalize when referring to yonder pope, right?]

What possible good thing can I say about this?

Never before in all my life have I been happier to be an ex-Catholic.

That's nice, right?

[Photo courtesy Toscanaoggi.it.]


cjm said...

I think that's positive. However, this is coming from someone who told her husband before leaving for business that we should both have the goal of being more positive over the next 2 days. Take it for what it's worth. :) Oh, and I'm a recovering Catholic as well.

Tara R. said...

I don't think anything else about this latest debacle would surprise me.

tiff said...

definitely positive...and so glad you are not quiet...smiles :)

Not Afraid To Use It said...

It is hard to find something to say about that whole mess. I guess that things are finally coming to light?

Mayberry said...

I'm not ex-. Yet. But ask me again next week. I am so disgusted.

Jomama said...

Holy Stupid.


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