With a biretta tip to Creative Minority Report I share something from the Catholic Cartoon Blog

About Fr. John Zuhlsdorf

Fr. Z is the guy who runs this blog. o{]:¬)
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  1. Servant of the Liturgy says:

    Looooooooooooooooove it!

  2. A. J. D. S. says:

    Seriously hilarious! (Luke xvii,2)

  3. Agnes says:

    Oh dear Father, this is just so precious.

  4. J Kusske says:

    The best part is how somehow he never noticed when he was pitched into the ocean and came crawling back.

  5. medievalist says:

    When the trads have co-opted the famous ‘Footprints’ story, you know the battle is won!

  6. TrueLiturgy says:


  7. Carolina Geo says:

    We laugh because it’s funny, and we laugh because it’s true.

  8. rakesvines says:

    So much for “faithful dissent”. Then again, that’s not the case with Hans. His was just plain old numbskull dissent specially in his 1972 book, Infallible? An Inquiry.

  9. irishgirl says:

    Haha! Love it!

    Man, I wish I were that creative!

    Thanks for the laugh first thing in the morning, Father Z!

  10. DBuote says:

    HAHAHA o{];-)

  11. Cath says:

    “My darling little heretic” ROFLOL

  12. Ef-lover says:

    Now, that was funny

  13. ipadre says:

    Just too funny!

  14. Martial Artist says:

    This is, in the words of the MasterCard advert, Priceless!

    Keith Töpfer

  15. doanli says:

    I tried to apologize to the Lord for laughing at this, but I think He was laughing too…;)

  16. AnAmericanMother says:

    [ snort ]

    I dislike that “footprints” poster almost as much as the “Desiderata” ditto . . . just because they’re so silly.

    Now I can laugh instead. This parody is right up there with the “Deteriorata” that the Harvard Lampoon printed.

  17. Bressani56 says:

    classic! and so true

  18. annina says:

    my darling little heretic …..
    sadly true

  19. doanli says:

    I think the Lord created the Sense of Humor! I think He laughs sometimes too. ;)

  20. jarthurcrank says:

    That was completely malicious and, worse, unfunny. For the first time ever, I now have some sympathy for dear old Father Hans. Dubious congratulations!

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