Thursday, April 21, 2005

If it doesn't have Uma Thurman and Samuel L. Jackson, and a cool surf-rock soundtrack, I bet it sucks...

"Pope Fiction"

In this series Patrick Madrid answers and refutes many misconceptions about the Papacy and the Office of the Pope in the Roman Catholic Church. He refutes the myths of a so-called woman pope named Joan, the accusations leveled at the Papacy due to the Spanish Inquisition, the alleged failure of Pope Pius the XII to do more to denounce and stop the Nazi’s. He also explains and refutes many misconceptions about the Office of the Pope like the difference between infallibility and and impeccability, the Scriptural references that indicate the Apostle Peter’s designation by Christ as the Leader or Pope of the Apostles and His Church, the scriptural references where the Apostles handed down their authority as Bishops.
I mean, it's one thing to give a show a snazzy name, but do they really think they'll get Tarantino fans to tune in?

On the other hand, maybe I'll tune in to hear why we might think of the pope as impeccably dressed, but he lacks sartorial infallibility.

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