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2021-12-08 11:52:58 PM  
Well pride was the original sin of Lucifer, which led to everything else. And given that Jesus himself said that the greatest commandments were to love and to love, I would definitely think hatred does rank up there.

Nice double tap, Pope
 
2021-12-09 12:12:27 AM  
Sin = bad

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2021-12-09 12:14:03 AM  
So all the molesting of alter boys is now a venial sin, thanks for the heads up.
 
2021-12-09 12:16:25 AM  
I like that one where the Pope put out a hit on Queen Elizabeth I.
 
2021-12-09 12:16:37 AM  
The Catholic church needs to STFU about absolutely everything until they get their little child diddling issue taken care of. And even after that, they can still FO.
 
2021-12-09 12:18:33 AM  
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2021-12-09 12:20:29 AM  

chewynathan2: So all the molesting of alter boys is now a venial sin, thanks for the heads up.


From the article, he was alluding to some priest who was banging some woman, not republican raping some boy.
He's already stated that christians are going to hell for their constant lies and hypocrisy. Having sex with a willing partner is not so bad. Being a lying, amoral, child molesting traitor is.
 
2021-12-09 12:31:12 AM  
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2021-12-09 12:33:50 AM  
I still wish infidelity was a larger factor in divorce proceedings.

Example:  If a non-abusive husband is faithful....his soon to be ex-wife (who cheated) should receive zero alimony.
 
2021-12-09 12:37:15 AM  

The_Sponge: I still wish infidelity was a larger factor in divorce proceedings.

Example:  If a non-abusive husband is faithful....his soon to be ex-wife (who cheated) should receive zero alimony.


Oh, fark off with that incel bullshiat.
 
2021-12-09 12:39:51 AM  
I like this pope.

Now shiat on the Holy Trinity!  How the fark do I read a book about some guy who is the son of God, just to later here from a religion, just kidding, he's also God!
 
2021-12-09 12:40:21 AM  
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2021-12-09 12:40:29 AM  

meanmutton: The_Sponge: I still wish infidelity was a larger factor in divorce proceedings.

Example:  If a non-abusive husband is faithful....his soon to be ex-wife (who cheated) should receive zero alimony.

Oh, fark off with that incel bullshiat.


It's not incel bullshiat.  It a husband cheats, he should. E held accountable as well.

Why is that hard for you to understand?

I'm not saying this from a religious or moral perspective....I am saying it from a legal perspective since marriage is a legal contract.
 
2021-12-09 12:40:48 AM  
Welcome to Fark Hell
 
2021-12-09 12:42:06 AM  

meanmutton: The_Sponge: I still wish infidelity was a larger factor in divorce proceedings.

Example:  If a non-abusive husband is faithful....his soon to be ex-wife (who cheated) should receive zero alimony.

Oh, fark off with that incel bullshiat.


Spoken like someone who never went through a nasty divorce..or had a friend who experienced a horrible divorce.
 
2021-12-09 12:42:51 AM  

jerryskid: chewynathan2: So all the molesting of alter boys is now a venial sin, thanks for the heads up.

From the article, he was alluding to some priest who was banging some woman, not republican raping some boy.
He's already stated that christians are going to hell for their constant lies and hypocrisy. Having sex with a willing partner is not so bad. Being a lying, amoral, child molesting traitor is.


Well, when he excommunicates Catholics like Bannon I will believe him. The Pope holds the keys to heaven, he is expected to name those specifically who will be excluded.

I suppose that he could theoretically excommunicate an entire class (those who are liars and hypocrites) but who is going to self-identity to be excluded from Communion? And priests are not supposed to give Communion to excommunicates. I don't know where that compares to giving Communion to the unbeliever (which was taught as the only unforgivable sin at least when I was a Catholic), but I imagine it is up there. You can't exclude someone if nobody knows to exclude them.

Otherwise without excommunication you just end up in Heaven's waiting room for an unknown length of time. According to noted theologian Piers Anthony, doing bookkeeping.
 
2021-12-09 12:43:18 AM  

meanmutton: The_Sponge: I still wish infidelity was a larger factor in divorce proceedings.

Example:  If a non-abusive husband is faithful....his soon to be ex-wife (who cheated) should receive zero alimony.

Oh, fark off with that incel bullshiat.


We've discovered the teenager.  Quick, get him away from that Bishop!
 
2021-12-09 12:45:05 AM  

MrSplifferton: Holy Trinity!


I wonder if they can have sex with eachother now? I forget, is the holy trinity the father, the son, and the holy stepmom?
 
2021-12-09 12:46:45 AM  

jerryskid: chewynathan2: So all the molesting of alter boys is now a venial sin, thanks for the heads up.

From the article, he was alluding to some priest who was banging some woman, not republican raping some boy.
He's already stated that christians are going to hell for their constant lies and hypocrisy. Having sex with a willing partner is not so bad. Being a lying, amoral, child molesting traitor is.


He's a good man at the head of the Catholic church. These two things cannot exist for too long.
 
2021-12-09 12:46:50 AM  
Says the church that still publicly (Although privately seems to be lightening up a bit) condemns masturbation, and entertaining any sexual thought as grounds for eternal, inescapable torture in hellfire...
 
2021-12-09 12:47:34 AM  

RolfBlitzer: MrSplifferton: Holy Trinity!

I wonder if they can have sex with eachother now? I forget, is the holy trinity the father, the son, and the holy stepmom?


ROFL, Step Father, Adopted Son, And Non-Related Sister-in-law stuck in some kind of kitchen appliance!
 
2021-12-09 12:51:23 AM  
Well, that's certainly an interesting take, Mr. Bergoglio, but between your Church's sexual sins and its hypocrisy, I'm far less certain which is worse.
 
2021-12-09 12:54:51 AM  

meanmutton: The_Sponge: I still wish infidelity was a larger factor in divorce proceedings.

Example:  If a non-abusive husband is faithful....his soon to be ex-wife (who cheated) should receive zero alimony.

Oh, fark off with that incel bullshiat.


So say you were a good husband, but your wife was just a cheating biatch who constantly screwed around on you, and you left her because of it, you'd be totally cool with sending her a check for the rest of your life?

Not wanting to do that is 'incel bullshiat'? Because I think it should apply both ways.  A guy marries a well off girl who is wonderful to him, but he can't keep it in his pants... should she have to pay him every month because he wanted to fark everything that moved?

I don't think that's incel at all.  Your partner (again, either sex) wants to cheat on you, then you're obviously not good enough for them, and your money shouldn't be either.
You get nothing.  You lose. Good day sir! (Or ma'am).
 
2021-12-09 12:55:53 AM  

suckfest: Says the church that still publicly (Although privately seems to be lightening up a bit) condemns masturbation, and entertaining any sexual thought as grounds for eternal, inescapable torture in hellfire...


That's some weirdo's interpretation of it.  And the fire & brimstone protestants sure take that angle.  Catholics are more about confession and forgiveness and oops-I-did-it-again.

Doctrine-wise, anything that interferes with the creation of more babies is a sin against the health of the tribe.  So constantly playing with yourself instead of setting off rape whistles constantly, is apparently the wrong choice.  But you'd better be forcing yourself on your wife, and only your wife, after you're married.  Which suggests maybe 14 years old is the right age for marriage under that system.

Then it literally talks about 'if you can handle the temptation, don't get married, but if you're going to play with yourself all day anyway, pair up with a girl and get busy.'  Something like that.

It's like getting advice from an old eastern European woman who barely speaks English.

Wait .. that advice was actually 'don't go at it while a pig is watching or your baby will have a snout.'  But basically it's the same thing, right?
 
2021-12-09 12:59:11 AM  

MythDragon: meanmutton: The_Sponge: I still wish infidelity was a larger factor in divorce proceedings.

Example:  If a non-abusive husband is faithful....his soon to be ex-wife (who cheated) should receive zero alimony.

Oh, fark off with that incel bullshiat.

So say you were a good husband, but your wife was just a cheating biatch who constantly screwed around on you, and you left her because of it, you'd be totally cool with sending her a check for the rest of your life?

Not wanting to do that is 'incel bullshiat'? Because I think it should apply both ways.  A guy marries a well off girl who is wonderful to him, but he can't keep it in his pants... should she have to pay him every month because he wanted to fark everything that moved?

I don't think that's incel at all.  Your partner (again, either sex) wants to cheat on you, then you're obviously not good enough for them, and your money shouldn't be either.
You get nothing.  You lose. Good day sir! (Or ma'am).


Dude....you rule!
 
2021-12-09 1:03:15 AM  

MrSplifferton: RolfBlitzer: MrSplifferton: Holy Trinity!

I wonder if they can have sex with eachother now? I forget, is the holy trinity the father, the son, and the holy stepmom?

ROFL, Step Father, Adopted Son, And Non-Related Sister-in-law stuck in some kind of kitchen appliance!


I call it the technically but not morally legal TRINITY!.
 
2021-12-09 1:05:20 AM  
Speaking as a lapsed Presbyterian...life is good.
 
2021-12-09 1:06:55 AM  

The_Sponge: I still wish infidelity was a larger factor in divorce proceedings.

Example:  If a non-abusive husband is faithful....his soon to be ex-wife (who cheated) should receive zero alimony.


That you think about this says a lot about you.
 
2021-12-09 1:08:24 AM  
He may be the biggest corrupt cog in a corrupt machine, but the man knows PR and Sales.
 
2021-12-09 1:09:39 AM  

KB202: The_Sponge: I still wish infidelity was a larger factor in divorce proceedings.

Example:  If a non-abusive husband is faithful....his soon to be ex-wife (who cheated) should receive zero alimony.

That you think about this says a lot about you.


Oh really?  Why?

And my opinion was not formed via personal experience...it was formed because a good friend of mine was f*cked over during his divorce.
 
2021-12-09 1:10:08 AM  

KB202: The_Sponge: I still wish infidelity was a larger factor in divorce proceedings.

Example:  If a non-abusive husband is faithful....his soon to be ex-wife (who cheated) should receive zero alimony.

That you think about this says a lot about you.


What's your deal?
 
2021-12-09 1:13:08 AM  

KB202: The_Sponge: I still wish infidelity was a larger factor in divorce proceedings.

Example:  If a non-abusive husband is faithful....his soon to be ex-wife (who cheated) should receive zero alimony.

That you think about this says a lot about you.


I guess the way it was expressed has much to be desired...I'm curious about your response.
 
2021-12-09 1:13:15 AM  

KB202: The_Sponge: I still wish infidelity was a larger factor in divorce proceedings.

Example:  If a non-abusive husband is faithful....his soon to be ex-wife (who cheated) should receive zero alimony.

That you think about this says a lot about you.


Simp says what?
 
2021-12-09 1:14:06 AM  

The_Sponge: KB202: The_Sponge: I still wish infidelity was a larger factor in divorce proceedings.

Example:  If a non-abusive husband is faithful....his soon to be ex-wife (who cheated) should receive zero alimony.

That you think about this says a lot about you.

Simp says what?


I think you may have had a valid point, but you are disproving me by the post...
 
2021-12-09 1:15:55 AM  
I feel like this thread took a wrong turn and a good dick joke or two may have been lost in the process.
 
2021-12-09 1:16:15 AM  

BolloxReader: I suppose that he could theoretically excommunicate an entire class (those who are liars and hypocrites) but who is going to self-identity to be excluded from Communion? And priests are not supposed to give Communion to excommunicates. I don't know where that compares to giving Communion to the unbeliever (which was taught as the only unforgivable sin at least when I was a Catholic), but I imagine it is up there. You can't exclude someone if nobody knows to exclude them.

Otherwise without excommunication you just end up in Heaven's waiting room for an unknown length of time. According to noted theologian Piers Anthony, doing bookkeeping.


The major problem I have with these large organizations is the politics. Theoretically, the pope is supposed to be above politics, which is starting the whole concept on a lie, due to the fact that they are elected. Also, due to that political structure, he does not call out people as not being Christians. He tows the line of "they're just misguided" which is absolute horse shiat. For a perfect example, trump is not misguided. He is an evil, self-serving, amoral piece of shiat - all of which is obvious. Does he get a buy if on his last breath he says "I accept Christ," and all of his offspring continue to destroy America?

They do not call out evil when evil shows itself. They do not ask for forgiveness from the people they have wronged because "Jesus forgives me and that's all I need." Bull f*cking shiat. In 60+ years of life, I have never heard or heard of a christian sincerely apologize to the people that they have wronged without being forced to by action or impending action. Never. I've heard honorable people do it, but never a christian. That blanket apology horse shiat has the same strength as "hopes and prayers" which are lies once they leave someone's mouth.

Life is for the living. If you are unable to follow Christ's teachings in life, you are filth and should be called out. Jesus does not visit the people a person has wronged and apologize for them. He may have died on the cross for original sin, but the ones you create yourself, you have to take care of.  If you don't, you deserve to burn in hell.

Granted, I don't believe in heaven of hell because I don't know, but I do understand what the faith should stand for and if they don't live by that code, they should be not be allowed to say they belong.
 
2021-12-09 1:29:08 AM  

Conservative Evangelical Millennial Cyclist: I feel like this thread took a wrong turn and a good dick joke or two may have been lost in the process.


Perhaps, but I think we can agree cheaters that expect alimony need molten lava poured on their mommy/daddy bits.
 
2021-12-09 1:37:54 AM  

RolfBlitzer: MrSplifferton: Holy Trinity!

I wonder if they can have sex with eachother now? I forget, is the holy trinity the father, the son, and the holy stepmom?


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2021-12-09 1:55:29 AM  

KB202: The_Sponge: I still wish infidelity was a larger factor in divorce proceedings.

Example:  If a non-abusive husband is faithful....his soon to be ex-wife (who cheated) should receive zero alimony.

That you think about this says a lot about you.


OP wants people treated fairly?
 
2021-12-09 2:07:07 AM  
The Spanish Inquisition - Mel Brooks
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2021-12-09 3:02:36 AM  
But don't you DARE eat them shrimps!
 
2021-12-09 3:03:28 AM  

The_Sponge: [Fark user image image 425x496]


That nun could miraculously feed a multitude with those loaves.

I'll reserve my judgement on the fish until I see it.
 
2021-12-09 3:30:25 AM  

jerryskid: BolloxReader: I suppose that he could theoretically excommunicate an entire class (those who are liars and hypocrites) but who is going to self-identity to be excluded from Communion? And priests are not supposed to give Communion to excommunicates. I don't know where that compares to giving Communion to the unbeliever (which was taught as the only unforgivable sin at least when I was a Catholic), but I imagine it is up there. You can't exclude someone if nobody knows to exclude them.

Otherwise without excommunication you just end up in Heaven's waiting room for an unknown length of time. According to noted theologian Piers Anthony, doing bookkeeping.

The major problem I have with these large organizations is the politics. Theoretically, the pope is supposed to be above politics, which is starting the whole concept on a lie, due to the fact that they are elected. Also, due to that political structure, he does not call out people as not being Christians. He tows the line of "they're just misguided" which is absolute horse shiat. For a perfect example, trump is not misguided. He is an evil, self-serving, amoral piece of shiat - all of which is obvious. Does he get a buy if on his last breath he says "I accept Christ," and all of his offspring continue to destroy America?

They do not call out evil when evil shows itself. They do not ask for forgiveness from the people they have wronged because "Jesus forgives me and that's all I need." Bull f*cking shiat. In 60+ years of life, I have never heard or heard of a christian sincerely apologize to the people that they have wronged without being forced to by action or impending action. Never. I've heard honorable people do it, but never a christian. That blanket apology horse shiat has the same strength as "hopes and prayers" which are lies once they leave someone's mouth.

Life is for the living. If you are unable to follow Christ's teachings in life, you are filth and should be called out. Jesus does not visit the people a person has wronged and apologize for them. He may have died on the cross for original sin, but the ones you create yourself, you have to take care of.  If you don't, you deserve to burn in hell.

Granted, I don't believe in heaven of hell because I don't know, but I do understand what the faith should stand for and if they don't live by that code, they should be not be allowed to say they belong.


I have seen Christians apologize and actually repent. I recently heard a takedown of Protestantism focused on the notion of "by faith alone." This was by a Catholic, a Jew and a Muslim, who all felt that the concept was flawed from a societal point of view. Regardless of its theological validity, removing penance from the equation means that you never have to say "I'm sorry" or take steps to fix a mess you created.

The notion of the Pope being above politics is nonsense, I think that is repeated among non-Catholics far more than among Catholics.

Note that the last time I set foot in a cathedral for any kind of religious thing was about 15 years ago to attend a friend's wedding. I have been an atheist for a long time, but I was raised as both a Catholic and a Lutheran, getting two of everything until my parents decided that since everyone in the family was allergic to incense and it sticks around the sanctuary for months it was stupid to keep it up. I was already ruined, having decided by about second grade that the whole thing was BS. Not necessarily the underlying tenets of Christianity but the whole Catholic vs Protestant vs about a thousand denominational divisions was just human egos causing conflicts. And that pretty much ruined all religions for me. I love studying them as a cultural expression, there can be a lot of beauty in it. Artwork, song, architecture, liminal places, but I have yet to find one that is theist and without a history of assholes beefing over influence.

I have known good people from many different religions but it was not religion that made them good. Those who are loud about it are almost always assholes. Certainly if they are paying for a billboard, that sign is actually a warning.
 
2021-12-09 5:05:07 AM  

The_Sponge: I still wish infidelity was a larger factor in divorce proceedings.

Example:  If a non-abusive husband is faithful....his soon to be ex-wife (who cheated) should receive zero alimony.


That's how it worked for me in Canada.

I got the house, the cars, the kids and she got visitation rights.

/Stupid biatch.
 
2021-12-09 5:17:16 AM  
So the Church's rules are changing as societal norms change?

It's almost as if religion is completely man-made and there is no thing as an omnipotent all-knowing god
 
2021-12-09 5:19:30 AM  
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2021-12-09 5:40:35 AM  
A hypocrite is a liar and a liar is a murderer who kills the truth.
 
2021-12-09 5:47:40 AM  

RolfBlitzer: MrSplifferton: Holy Trinity!

I wonder if they can have sex with eachother now? I forget, is the holy trinity the father, the son, and the holy stepmom?


No, that's called the Eiffel Tower!
 
2021-12-09 6:36:36 AM  

The_Sponge: I still wish infidelity was a larger factor in divorce proceedings.

Example:  If a non-abusive husband is faithful....his soon to be ex-wife (who cheated) should receive zero alimony.


It's called a prenuptial agreement. It requires some foresight, but relief is there
 
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