PopeWatch: Predictions

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From the most intentionally humorous Catholic site on the net, A Catholic Misfit:

Rather than offer a retrospective of 2018, which many of us would rather forget, or list my resolutions for 2019, I decided making predictions for the upcoming year across the Catholic world – both virtual and real – would be more fun.

I’ve got a bunch of tea leaves ready. Here we go!

January: The New Pro-life Movement marches at the annual Women’s March in Washington, D.C., but boycotts the March for Life the very next day, because being anti-abortion isn’t pro-life enough.

February: The bishops’ meeting in Rome on the sex abuse crisis is postponed for six months after Cardinal Cupich asks that a consistory on global climate change be held instead, rather than go down a rabbit hole.

March: Michael Hichborn and Michael Voris get arrested outside the LA Religious Ed Congress, for coming to blows over who’s a more faithful Catholic; Pope Francis declares abstaining from meat on Fridays during Lent is no longer binding on Catholics.


Go here to read the rest.  PopeWatch called the Vatican for comment, but was advised that the Pope had fallen down a large rabbit hole and that Cardinal Cupich was leading the search party down the rabbit hole.


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