Monday, October 5, 2009

St. James' Newport Beach

After reading the distressing news that stealing church property is still illegal I thought I’d just do a little searching on “St. James Newport Beach”. Just look at the inspiring advertisement that Google was paid by little Layman Croker and his failed larcenists to place at the top of the results:


When it comes to advertising you can always tell a true Conservative Christian Leader by the way they don't waste time on little things - like proof reading - before splashing their parishioners' money around. Or does this mean St. James' has already split from ACNA and started a new sect of their own called “Angelicanism”?

I'm Father Christian and I teach the Bible.

8 comments :

Leonardo Ricardo said...

You know fundie infiltrators don´t know how to spell Anglican or Rigorous Honesty.

Revd Ivan Ackeroff said...

The advertisement is actually correct, Father. 'Angelicanism' is the profound study of "how many gays can dance on the head of a pin". It is an off-shoot of Jensenism.

Point of Order said...

You just can't make this stuff up!! What a howler, your basic ROFL.

Padre Mickey said...

I've noticed that many political conservatives also have problems with spelling.

PseudoPiskie said...

Padre Mickey reminds me of one of John Stuart Mill's most famous quotes...

Anonymous said...

That's just a typo.

It was supposed to say Talibanglican.

Anonymous said...

Fanglian?

Lapinbizarre said...

An Allegheny County court has awarded the property of the diocese of Pittsburgh to the continuing Episcopal diocese, headed by Robert H Johnson.

"The Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh of the Episcopal Church of the United States of America is the rightful trustee of the Paragraph One property, subject to the terms of the Stipulation of October 14, 2005. The Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh, affiliated with the Anglican Province of the Southern Cone, led by Bishop Duncan, cannot continue to be the trustee of the Paragraph One property."