21 September, 2010

‘Pope Benedict is an enemy of the state’ | spiked

An interesting take on B16's visit to Britain, written by an columnist who professes himself to be an atheist.


H/T to The hermeneutic of continuity

‘Pope Benedict is an enemy of the state’ | spiked

4 comments:

  1. Someone many be impersonating you again on NP. See the last post in 'Public schools'

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  2. Michael:

    Sadly no... I have to admit that it was me, but I wrote it in the middle of the night when I couldn't sleep. I did however think that I had deleted the post when I re-read it and saw how cheap and demeaning I was being. It was one of those 'write out a nasty response to get it out of my system' types of notes that I did not intend to publish. Clearly I should have taken more care to ensure that I had in fact deleted it.

    My sincere apologies to Lisbeth40 and to anyone else who took offense at my intemperate remarks. It is certainly not one of my finest moments.

    Fr. Tim

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  3. *ahem* First, he lambastes the protesters for confusing one religion with another, and immediately afterwards he comes up with: "The whole thing had a whiff of voodoo about it, as the protesters sought to make the pontiff into a doll they could beat up." *sigh* Perhaps when the protesters have finsihed reading his suggested, Are You Smarter Than A 10-Year-Old?, he can borrow it from one of them...

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