Wafer desecrators make Catholics go crackers

Catholics are up in arms against YouTube for allowing Eucharist-desecration videos to be shown.

Hot on the heels of PZ Myers’ Great Desecration (in MWW’s opinion, one of the finest blog posts in the history of the internet) come the YouTube violators – abusing holy crackers for the amusement and edification of the world.

Here’s one right here, from a chap called Dominique who has a steady supply of consecrated wafers, enabling him to perform a desecration a day:

A stunned Msgr. C. Eugene Morris, professor of sacramental theology at Kenrick Glennon Seminary in St. Louis says,

I don’t know what to say. I am outraged that YouTube is tacitly supporting this and giving this behavior an audience.

Even more amusingly, there is an organisation by the name of International Crusade for Holy Relics (warning: bad website) whose director Thomas Serafin rants,

YouTube has to be held accountable and stopped. If Catholics don’t take a stand right now, they can expect such outrages to continue. […] Christ died on the cross for us. The least we can do is defend him in cases like this.

He is talking about a mini-Pringle.

3 Responses to “Wafer desecrators make Catholics go crackers”

  1. M. Swaim says:

    I wonder how many desecrations of Mohammed Youtube is allowing…

  2. Monitor says:

    Not that hard to find out, Mr Swaim. There’s a search box on every page.

  3. Stuart H. says:

    Bearing in mind that any historical figure in the Middle East who could have been Christ must have also been darker skinned, not a blue-eyed blonde, does the fact that I read this while eating a Hobnob and laughing mean a crack squad of Ninja Catholics are even now on their way?