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Galileo Middle Finger on Exhibit Pointed Toward Vatican

June 20, 2010 6:09pm by hearit

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Two of Galileo's fingers, removed from his corpse by admirers in the 18th century, have gone on display at Museo Galileo museum in Florence, Italy--complete with the astronomer's middle finger pointed Read more

Touchdown Jesus Struck by Lightning to Burn to Ground

June 15, 2010 11:33pm by underthesea

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All sixty-two feet of Jesus Christ--King of King--burned to the ground. Nicknamed Touchdown Jesus, the $250,000 statue was struck by lightning during an Ohio thunderstorm.
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Catholic Church says Pedophilia Linked to Gays Not to Priests

April 12, 2010 10:44pm by hearit

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So today the Catholic church says that Pedophilia is linked to homosexuals. Hmm..anyone at the Catholic church considered the phrase "know when to say when"... Read more

Catholic Church Vatican Pope Benedict "will not be intimidated by petty gossip" response to sexual abuse allegations

April 10, 2010 11:33am by wanderlust

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"From God comes the courage not to be intimidated by petty gossip." This is the Pope's response, or rather non-response, to the sexual abuse allegations that are beginning to reveal the Read more

Christian Priest Says Steal Shoplift Major Businesses

December 21, 2009 7:49pm by editor

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A British priest advises his Christian congregation to shoplift (aka steal) in these tough economic times that are bringing us all down. Hey, sometimes you gotta have options. Read more