Tuesday, May 16, 2006

A crib-sheet for Christianity

The definitions list at the bottom of this post is hilarious.

My favourite:

Catholics are the New York Yankees of Christianity. They are the biggest and wealthiest team, and their owner is intensely controversial (this makes St. Francis of Assisi the Derek Jeter of Catholicism: discuss). Catholics all wear matching uniforms, and are divided into "parishes," or "squadrons," to make choosing softball teams easier. Catholics are rigidly controlled by a hidebound hierarchy that starts with priests and ends with priests' housekeepers. Catholics are not allowed to read the Bible, eat meat, or refrain from worshipping statues.

(Link found via La Lecturess.)

1 Comment:

Lydia said...

That one is my fave, too!