UPDATE 1 April:
I’ve been thinking about this story in light of some current trends in the MSM (mainstream media).
What if zombies were to eat Jesuit brains? Would they, too, have significant positive changes? I can’t imagine that. Can anything positive come from eating Jesuit brains? However, once some Jesuits had had their brains eaten, they too would become zombies! But, and here’s the rub, they wouldn’t have their positive Ignatian retreat brains anymore! Right? So, I suppose if they were merely bitten by zombies, and they retained their brains, then they might be happier zombies and wouldn’t need to lurch around looking for intracranial repasts. They would probably just continue to teach in their schools, write in their publications and, in effect, carry on as before.
____ Originally Published on: Mar 31, 2017
My first reaction after my first glance would be, “That explains a lot.”
Some wag might rewrite this, taking a cue from just the headline.
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Did I mention that Pope Clement suppressed the Jesuits?
Oh, yes… the story is in this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald, the UK’s best Catholic weekly.
Meanwhile, don’t miss Sandro Magister’s piece today about the theological memorandum sent to the Holy Father about the antics of the present General of the aforementioned Jesuits. HERE The General, Arturo Sosa Abascal, SJ, uttered some incredible comments a while back which, if taken on face value, gut Christianity of an essential characteristic: Christ.