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Tuesday, February 21, 2006

This calls for the first Cathcon caption competition.

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e-mail me or comment. Prize a book by Michael Davies, one the greatest defenders of the Catholic Faith in the last forty years.

7 comments:

Deacon Jim said...

He can get flowers too.

Worshiping our god has caused the white puffs to appear on your headband. Soon your feathers will begin to grow.

Now, if only your friend would deny Jesus as well.

Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

Missionaries, the other White Meat.

EricS said...

No. I'm NOT with them.

Tradosaurus said...

Pagan sandwich recipe:

2 pagans with 2 slices of heretics, generously buttered with ecumenism, toasted in Hell.

Gillibrand said...

From my e-mail

ooga ooga... What white Novus Ordo man mean when he say: Springtime of "Batty can too"? - when do man let us sacrifice chicken?

Catholic

Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

(man on far right thinks to himself) "This is so damn embarassing. When can we quit the cheap theatrics and get back to worshipping God? Ad Deum qui laetificat juventutem meam..."

kcraiker said...

Road to Vatican II

This entry in the Hope and Crosby canon may be their best. The gags are still fresh, and Bob and Bing are young enough to be romantic leads, which indeed they are. A spoof of the kind of jungle adventure movie popular at the time, one's enjoyment of this now near forty year old film may depend in part on the kind of religion it's making fun of, otherwise it might seem just plain absurd. It is anyway. Absurd I mean. Also very funny. The studio jungle looks like a studio jungle, which only adds to the air of the ridiculous, as does Bing's breaking into song at odd moments. Leading ladies Dorothy Lamour and Una Merkel are good foils for the boys. Good fun, and a great movie for the Lent holidays.