A Polish Catholic Priest has written a book, dubbed the Catholic Kama Sutra, intended to put a little liturgical oomph into the sex lives of Catholics. The celibate Priest’s qualifications for writing the book are marriage counseling and running a website giving sexual advice. You may scoff, as indeed I did, but then again an expert in conditions such as autism don’t need to be autistic themselves. And a little imagination can go a long way.
I might have mentioned before I was brought up Catholic. Even though I definitely don’t regard myself as one anymore, I still keep an eye on what goes on within the ranks. So I’ve been quite interested in reading about what’s going on in St Mary’s and Toowoomba in Queensland. Continue reading Sounding the death-knell for Catholicism
Back in a previous life time (high school) this little blogger was an altar boy at his local Catholic church. I have no idea how I was roped into it, but it was a pretty good deal actually. For starters, you got to drink the wine come Communion time, and there was always an excuse during mass to go and hang out in the sacristy and have a bit of a chat and a drink with the other guys. This was particularly true when I graduated from junior to senior altar boy (from red robes to purple ones) and got the responsibility for swinging the incense burner, which had to be serviced continuously to ensure the coals were burning properly. Continue reading Out the Back for a Quick Swig of Red