Monday, March 10, 2008

Boy Buggery Exaggerated Says Buggery Club Spokesman

It would appear the Buggery Club has come up with a list of seven new mortal sins in the hope of upping the dwindling confession rate.

Those newly risking eternal punishment include drug pushers, the obscenely wealthy, and scientists who manipulate human genes. So "thou shalt not carry out morally dubious scientific experiments" or "thou shalt not pollute the earth" might one day be added to the Ten Commandments.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states that "immediately after death the souls of those who die in a state of mortal sin descend into Hell".

Still playing that old worn out Hell card but it was this little pearl that really caught my eye.

He also named abortion and paedophilia as two of the greatest sins of our times. The archbishop brushed off cases of sexual violence against minors committed by priests as "exaggerations by the mass media aimed at discrediting the Church".more from the BBC's Pope page

You don't say!

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