Category Archives: religion

BLESS ME FATHER by Peter Nolan Smith

My First Holy Communion and Confirmation of Faith to the Catholic Church took place at a church in Maine in 1960. My mother dressed me in white to symbolize the purity of my soul, although she had me wear a red jacket with a black velvet lapel. I had a fight with my best friend […]

Three Altar Boys in the Snow

Three altar boys are standing in the snow with their pants down around their ankles. They have their penises’ in a snow bank. Sister Margaret sticks her head out the window and says, “Boys! Boys!Whatever are you doing? You’re going to catch pneumonia. Put your penis’ away.” The tallest altar boy turns around and yells, […]

Passing Judgment Over Passover

Passover is the most important religious holiday on the Jewish Calendar. For Millenia Passaich has celebrated the Angel of Death passing over the first-borns of the Hebrew to murder the first-born of the Egyptians. This last plague of Moses freed the bonded Hebrews from the Land of the Pharaohs. The actual date has been lost […]

Dead Sea Scrolls Online

Several years ago Israel downloaded images of the nearly 2000 year-old Dead Sea Scrolls on the Internet for scholars to study the ancient biblical text. None of the fragments mention of the contract between Yahweh and the Zionists for the 20th Century annexation of Palestine, but who knows some day maybe someone will find such […]

Valentine Day’s 10 Commandments of Love in Thailand

Back in 2007 anyone thinking that Valentine’s Day in Thailand was a purely commercial holiday for selling roses without a bouquet and red lingerie for your mia noi, the Culture Ministry’s declaration of 10 Commandments of Love must have come as a surprise, especially since you can’t find a complete list of the 10 dos or don’ts. […]