Monday, August 27, 2007

Interweb back!

I apologise for yet another long absence. Apparently I grossly misjudged the price of travertine and had no money left in the coffers to pay for the interweb bill. Thanks once again for the generous donation from the Borgias to keep our humble apostolate running. You and your deceased loved ones shall be in my prayers now.

This Motu business has been causing even more trouble for us. Just yesterday some Neo-Caths wandered into our Sacred Tent/Construction Site, apparently attracted by our choir's magnificent performance of the Gloria. Unfortunately, the rabble-rousers caused quite a ruckus at coffee hour in the future Social Hall (currently located in the deep pit behind the Tent). They were terribly upset for they had mistaken us for the "indult mass" and insisted on going to a heretical Modernist "Mass" since ours "didn't fulfill Sunday Obligation". I also got quite irate as they insisted that the Pope was Catholic. Fortunately Lucrezia--bless her 90-year-old heart--can outrant even the most impudent self-righteous Neo-Cath and they soon fled from our Holy Place.

Thursday, August 9, 2007

Long Time, No Interweblog

Well things have been busy here at the chapel. Construction is coming along nicely. The exorcism appeared to be more effective than I expected, but was unfortunately only temporary. The demons conjured by the witch, however, seem to have vanished permanently. I have sent George to investigate.

Following that, I went on a pilgrimage to Our Lady of the Roses Shrine in Bayside, NY. Quite a relaxing place, and I learned so much about the impending apocalypse.

Upon returning to Knoxville, I heard of a meeting of the heretical Knights of Columbus over in Nashiville. So Fr. Heidrich, George, and myself went with the Borgias in their SUV (I should remind you, Vincenzo, that you shouldn't be driving without a license plate). When we arrived, we saw Sir Feeney was already there proslytizing the heathens. Together we passed out flyers I had printed entitled "8,792 Heresies of the Concicular Church." At one point, one of these knights offended Sir Feeney's honor, and was challenged to a duel. Do not let your defeat bother you, Sir Feeney, your opponent was much your elder and thus more experienced.