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01/26/2004 01:06 PM ID: 36422 Permalink   

Pope Speaks Out Against Television

 

Pope John Paul II yesterday cautioned parents of the dangers of TV, in a preliminary speech before World Communications Day, which is held in May. The Pope said that TV was dangerous to family values, and urged parents to take greater control.

Pope John Paul said that family values were "all too often inadequately protrayed in media. Such portrayals... are detrimental to the common good of society." The portrayals he speaks of are the promotion of divorce and homosexuality.

According to the Pope, parents should assert stricter control over the family telvision, using "wisdom and discernment" when it comes to what their children are allowed to watch.

 
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  The Pope was also overheard saying...  
 
"I'm just tired of damn reality shows. Coors Light, Enzyte and car commercials infurate and summon my holy rage. Please make more South Park-type shows. May God be with you. Amen."
 
  by: Borthox   01/26/2004 05:00 PM     
  And also...  
 
always trust your local priest and don't listen to those lies your son is spreading about him.
 
  by: Arthur Phrain   01/26/2004 05:50 PM     
  lol...  
 
"...positive support is at times given to divorce, contraception, abortion and homosexuality [and are] detrimental to the common good of society," the pope said.

...Uh?
 
  by: Burbble   01/27/2004 03:56 AM     
 
 
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