Wafergate

I’m submitting this as the most ridiculous news story of the past week: Wafergate. The Prime Minster of Canada was offered a communion wafer at a funeral and supposedly put it in his pocket instead of eating it. At first some Catholic vicar was upset that a non-Catholic (the Prime Minster) would take communion in a Catholic church. That’s apparently a big no-no. But now it’s a bigger story that he put in his pocket?

My favourite quote from the article: “It’s worse than a faux pas, it’s a scandal from the Catholic point of view.” This is more ridiculous than all the Michael Jackson news.

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Phillip Cairns is a beekeeper in St. John's, Newfoundland, who writes about beekeeping at MudSongs.org.
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3 Responses to Wafergate

  1. rekounas says:

    You know, catholics really piss me off. These assholes could do without getting attention. The archbishop said it was “church law” that non-catholics could not receive communion. I wonder under what church law does it state they can fuck little boys in the ass?

  2. Mean Jean says:

    I betcha that cookie would be worth something on eBay if he could burn a portrait of jesus on it with his Bic lighter.

  3. tommyboy says:

    ahhh you know where I stand on this one

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