Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Sorry...

You thought holy week was a busy time for Priests, huh. Well I bet I know someone who's a hell of a lot busier than them.

You guessed it: ME!

Not only is it holy week, which ends with one of the only days where every Catholic goes to church, but that damn Catechism Compendium thing came out. It even has prayrs in latin! Freaking Latin! I HATE LATIN!

So there you have it. This blog has kind of died this week because Catholics are going to Mass, and praying in freaking latin. I'm gonna go sit in a hole. Then maybe go watch Paris Hilton practice her Mother Theresa lines.

heh heh. Paris Hilton.

8 Comments:

Blogger Andy Norton said...

Guess what I did yesterday? I sinned pretty frikkin' terribly. Thanks a lot, jerkface.

Guess what I did today? I went to Confession, prayed the Rosary, went to Mass, went to Stations of the Cross, and spent half an hour in Eucharistic Adoration. I even sang 'Tantum Ergo' to Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament.

Boo yah!

5:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hate you, Satan!

6:17 AM  
Blogger DigiHairshirt said...

Hey, man - HAPPY EASTER!!!

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!

He is risen, indeed! ALLELUIAH!

4:52 PM  
Blogger DigiHairshirt said...

Actually, Your Satanic Majesty (is that the curse you placed on The Rolling Stones for stealing that title, that they'd both live forever AND have to keep playing forever . . . with each other . . . . without stop . . . or retirement?), I just found your blog and think it's funnier than Hell. Hope you keep posting, Thou Demonic Dilwad!

BTW, as a native born on Fordham Road and raised in Norwood - GO BRONX BOMBERS!! God loves ya, Joe Torre!

7:08 PM  
Blogger Satan said...

Digihairshirt,

I'm not sure if I should add you as a friend or an enemy. I mean, on the one hand, you're a Catholic, but on the other hand, a Yankee fan. Oh well, see you at a game sometime.

2:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just found your blog...

You really tried your darndest on Holy Saturday, didn't you? My friend's husband was getting baptized that night at the Vigil, after *years* of prayer from family and friends. That morning, all hell broke loose-- baby had 105 fever, then the five-year-old cracked his head on the concrete and ended up with a mild concussion. What a day.

But the dad still made it to the church on time, and mom and the kidlings got there about ten minutes before the baptism.

HA HA!!! Nya nya nya nya nya!!!

God rules! :-)

1:24 PM  
Blogger room4spirit said...

Just a word of advice for you, God wins and always will win no matter what...you just have to learn to deal with that.

*good luck*

6:31 PM  
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