Friday, February 04, 2005

This 'n' That

In light of Pope John Paul II's recent bout with the flu, some cardinals are apparently speculating on whether they need to establish a retirement age for the next pope. Some of RNR's readers might suggest that 25 is too old.

How is it that Nelson Mandela, who is an atheist, as far as we know, gets the gospel message better than so many Christians? Here's what he had to say to world leaders on the subject of poverty recently: "Do not look the other way, do not hesitate. Recognise that the world is hungry for action, not words. Act with courage and vision."

Last links: here, for your consideration, are two men. Decide, if you will, which one is the Anti-Christ: Brett Favre has invited Faith Hill to sing at a fundraiser for low-income breast cancer patients in Biloxi. And John Tesh took his family to Sri Lanka to see what they could do to help out there.

Yup, including wife Connie Selleca.



Well, we know which way Mrs. Pastor would vote, anyway. In honor of that other High Holy Day this Sunday, and in honor of Brett Favre, the only man who could tempt the Mrs. to idolatry:


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