Some honest to God examples of the Diocese of Brooklyn's new ad campaign urging people to "return to mass."
NY treasure Mike Francesa interrupted his usual sports talk to repot on the new pope...only to realize he has no idea how to pronounce Jorge Mario Bergoglio's name.
“It was a way to provide an incentive to go the voluntary route and make it happen quickly, and ultimately cost less,” a spokesman said.
A spokesman for the Vatican dismisses Amorth's claims, saying the Pope had no idea who the men were and did not perform an exorcism.
"I was struck by what appeared to me as the decline in Benedict's strength and health over the last half year."
"It's a Christmas tree. It always has been and it always will be, no matter what that buffoon says it is."
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio who oversees a Brooklyn diocese released a statement following the passage of the bill asking "all Catholic schools to refuse any distinctions or honors bestowed upon them by the governor."
Are you so tethered to your iPhone that you can't even
On Good Friday a Vatican priest compared recent criticism of the
The NY Times has an entertaining profile of William Donohue, the
Photograph of security checking the chapel at St. Joseph's Seminary in
Next month, Pope Benedict XVI will be coming to the Big Apple
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