Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Semi-Annual CCB Halloween cartoon


The Spirit of Vatican II doesn't scare us anymore; with the advent of the internet, sunlight and exposure has helped to beat back the damage it's dished out since the 60's.

Of course, such a costume would elicit different reactions depending on where you donned it; in Lincoln, Nebraska, you'd probably be given rocks by good Catholics, a la Charlie Brown. But in places like Los Angeles, you'd be welcomed as an old friend.

Me? I'll be going out on Halloween as a mild-mannered father of 4, escorting the boys on their yearly Candy Shakedown. I'll be the one with gray hair...

4 comments:

romishgraffiti said...

True. Just witness the recent spate of articles savaging traditional leaning blogs. As Catholic progressivism circles the drain, its proponents get shriller. Unfortunately, they can still do huge damage (see the Cleansing Fire blog which reports on a certain bishop implementing a Scorched Earth policy.)

Kenneth said...

I can think of a few progressives who should take the possibility of being scorched very seriously...

Paul Nichols said...

Kenneth, they could only take Hell seriously if they believed in it. Hell is only something that old Catholics believe in, right?

Barb Schoeneberger said...

Priceless cartoon. I found your site at Bedlam or Parnassus and have noted it for continued visits. We need talented, orthodox Catholics like you to engage others in public.