Cops called to prevent riot after priest calls congregation “a bunch of infidels”

A great story from the small mountain village of María, where the local priest flipped during a Saturday evening Mass. Arriving after blessing a wedding nearby the priest arrived somewhat late to the Mass. It was later hinted that he may have been invited to join in the wedding celebrations and -ah hem- a glass or two of wine may have been pressed into his hand there. According to witnesses, the young priest -a man Continue reading Cops called to prevent riot after priest calls congregation “a bunch of infidels”

Goodbye Unicaja, hello UniCajaSur (and a bit for the blighters in Cordoba Church too)

Amazing bit of poker playing, this one. Despite the fact that the greedy, grasping bishops of Cordoba ran their bank into the ground speculating on dodgy real estate deals (Cajasur was bankrupt and kept alive only by a wallet transfusion by the Bank of Spain to save ZP having a red face), they’ve managed to merge the damn thing with a properly run bank (Unicaja), get their losses covered (1.024 million euro cheque from the Continue reading Goodbye Unicaja, hello UniCajaSur (and a bit for the blighters in Cordoba Church too)

Can we just abolish the Church and lock up all religous nutters?

Amazing. Ab-solutely bloody amazing. It´s not bad enough that the Cardinal of All Ireland said that “members of religious orders who have come clean with thier memories of child abuse are very brave people” for “confronting their own demons” (no, they´re bloody pedophiles who should be taken out the back and shot – I knew Communists weren´t all bad), we now have Cardinal Antonio Cañizares (God knows who he is, but seems important) saying on Continue reading Can we just abolish the Church and lock up all religous nutters?

Catholic Church:let my apostates go!

 A bitter battle has broken out between the Catholic Church and the Spanish Data Protection Agency, one that promises to redefine how one of Europes most Catholic countries views the Vatican. The issue started two years ago when a group of apostates complained to the Spanish Data Protection Agency that the Catholic Church refused to delete their personal information. All births, marriages, divorces and deaths, along with other “sensitive” information is recorded and kept by Continue reading Catholic Church:let my apostates go!