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Monday, December 05, 2011

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Gail F

"Actually, there's no word yet if Dan Brown will ever attempt to write. Period."

hee hee hee

Elizabeth D

"Jesuitess" is funny. As I recall St Ignatius intentionally did not found a female branch because he did not want the priests of the Society to be responsible for the care of cloistered nuns (the only women's religious communities allowed post-Trent), he wanted them free and mobile, available, "disponible", for apostolate and mission.

Manwe

Ouch!
What was that all about?!

On the upside, I too like the "Catholic Knight Witch Hunter" title! Sounds like it could be one of the classes in a role-playing game, lol.

Peter l

"ignoramus, bigoted Catholic beasts"

I have been called worse ;-)

Kevin

Someone is off their meds.

Subvet

"Catholic Knight Witch Hunter" would make for a really nifty business card. Imagine it on your resume, THAT would make the HR department sit up and take notice! "Dirty Catholics" implies there can be "clean" Catholics, no? Wonder if the difference goes beyond personal hygiene?

Mike Brady

Actually, the lawyer and the client are now facing sanctions of $1,000 per slur. As the Gillette Torvik blog notes, there have been additional anti-Catholic filings in the case. http://gillette-torvik.blogspot.com/2011/12/cost-of-slur-apparently-1000.html

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