I don’t know why the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra used an autocorrect joke as a vehicle to promote their brand, but you know what? At least it’s not a horrifying ad for breast augmentation.
I was hitting Command-r for the eightieth time this afternoon on Facebook when I stumbled across this story about a Spanish nun who was expelled from her order for spending too much time on Facebook. That's ridiculous! Dislike!
The Poor Clares, an isolated group of non-speaking nuns, have taken it upon themselves to pray for the ills of the world—praying made easier thanks to a live link to world-at-large bad news.
No, this is not a bad joke. An Italian priest is starting the online beauty pageant Miss Sister 2008. Nuns register online and attach a photograph (with or without the traditional veil) to get featured on Rev. Antonio Rungi's blog. And while the Associate of Catholic teachers made a public statement against the site,…
As technology and scientific understanding advance, religion may find itself going on the offensive for the hearts and souls of man. And we are beginning to suspect that the most dangerous agents in that battle will be the nuns. Yes, many holy sisters are out tending to the sick and poor, but we wondered if some…
While these Nun Lamps don't fly, they certainly look aerodynamic. Designed to mimic a nun's habit, complete with Rosary pull-chain, these things poke fun at organized religion and cast a pleasing, heavenly glow. Verily, you doth kill two birdes with one stone!