12th April 2012

“The Catholic Church is experiencing the worst crisis in its history and feels threatened for one simple reason: it refuses to renew itself in tune with democratic practise and values in the 21st century.”

Michele Monni

13 Responses to “12th April 2012”

  1. R J Says:

    the catholic church is experiencing the worst

    crisis in its history and…………

    it couldnt happen to a more deserving

    bunch of rat-turds

  2. R J Says:

    here’s a hot one for you joke lovers !!!!

    how many catholic priests does it take to

    screw in an alter boy ??????


    ( love that latin ! )

  3. electra Says:

    The god of the gaps is getting smaller and smaller, and they hate shrinkage.

  4. Jeff Says:

    The god of the Catholic church lives at The Gap? Now I know why I’ve never liked that store!!!!

  5. Sinjin Smythe Says:

    As the gaps are filled in, like organic molecules detected in interstellear space by astronomers and amino acids found inside the Murchison meteorite, the “purpose” of these chemicals seems less and less part of god’s creation and more and more just another feature of the universe at large.

    Life on Earth just seems less and less unique and more and more inevitable.

  6. Carbon14 Says:

    If the universe is infinitely complex, and science explains finite amounts of the universe, doesn’t that still leave an infinite space for god to reside?

  7. Sinjin Smythe Says:

    No Carbon14, it doesn’t. You see the universe for all that it is, is natural. Science explains natural phenomenon, not supernatural phenomenon.

    Nothing explains supernatural phenomenon except people who suspend reason and logic in order to make their explanation.

    It isn’t simply that god doesn’t exists, it is that there is no space for god to even exist in.

    There is nothing to prove one way or the other, because there is nothing one way or the other.

    God is, as a being/entity, the mathematical equivalent of zero/nothing. You can’t prove it but your can’t deny it either. Still we know it is nothing, just like god is nothing.

    Just another in the long line of hypothesized beings that don’t exist, not any more or less believable than another: like the Greek and Roman gods, the Chinese Dragons, the animals of the Native Americans, the Sun god, Harry Potter, et cetera.

  8. Joanne Says:

    I think god exists in the minds of people who believe in her!!

  9. Dan Says:

    If there is a God, and it chooses to remain hidden, why is he remaining hidden?

    Why worship such a God?

    Why even call this thing a God in the first place?

  10. R J Says:


    dont you go poking fun at the Chinese Dragons !!!!!

    they got neat scary faces…and they’re always cool colors !

    AND…THIS happens to be the YEAR of the DRAGON………

    you ungulate !!!

  11. Sinjin Smythe Says:

    Dragons, magickal dragons. Yes Jesus Christ, Ra the sun god, Zeus, Apollo, and the dragons all equal nothing. Sorry R j, even though they seemed pretty real in Harry Potter they are as Harry Potter nothing more than characters in a book.

  12. R J Says:


    gee whizzzzzzzzzzzzzz

  13. Carbon14 Says:


    If there is a God, and it chooses to remain hidden, why is he remaining hidden?
    For reasons too complex to understand.

    Why worship such a God?
    Good question.

    Why even call this thing a God in the first place?
    Something infinitely complex, woven into the fabric of the universe, no, THE fabric of the universe, the very structure of time, space and energy, why wouldn’t you call it god?

    I don’t actually believe in such a thing, however, I’ve always found that claiming the ‘god of the gaps’ fallacy to be a weakly stated argument.