Ultraviolet
I don't see Cardinal Tagle in this picture unless the other three have already eaten him. Fun Trivia: 1.) a wooden Pachamama statue makes a handy improvised Maori war-club when a cannibal needs to bring down fresh meat. Cardinals Parolin and and Zuppi should start sleeping "with one eye open" or they'll wake up with none. Make no mistake... sooner or later our Supreme Pontiff will be the last …More
I don't see Cardinal Tagle in this picture unless the other three have already eaten him. Fun Trivia: 1.) a wooden Pachamama statue makes a handy improvised Maori war-club when a cannibal needs to bring down fresh meat. Cardinals Parolin and and Zuppi should start sleeping "with one eye open" or they'll wake up with none. Make no mistake... sooner or later our Supreme Pontiff will be the last one on the island, one way or the other.

2.) Catholic theologians DO claim anthropophaghy (eating people) is acceptable so long as it doesn't stem from murder and there are no other alternatives. This was the consensus after the notorious 1972 plane crash in the Andes that saw an all-Catholic rugby team cutting up and consuming the dead. (from Wiki) "When the supply of flesh was diminished, they also ate hearts, lungs and even brains."

--proving Cervantes true when he wrote in Don Quixote, "Hunger is the best sauce in the world."
The New Knights Templar
Whoa. Too much information 😲
Ultraviolet
*prissy C-3PO voice* Oh-Dear, Oh-Dear, Pic Re-Lated. :D Actually, you are the cause, even if it isn't a fault. You got me curious about the subject after we'd discussed that crazy prepper guy some weeks back. Master Luke, it appears you managed to re-program my Curiosity Circuit.

Turns out The Church ultimately didn't even "absolve" the rugby-players (contrary to some over-simplifiedaccounts…More
*prissy C-3PO voice* Oh-Dear, Oh-Dear, Pic Re-Lated. :D Actually, you are the cause, even if it isn't a fault. You got me curious about the subject after we'd discussed that crazy prepper guy some weeks back. Master Luke, it appears you managed to re-program my Curiosity Circuit.

Turns out The Church ultimately didn't even "absolve" the rugby-players (contrary to some over-simplifiedaccounts) because The Church ruled they had committed no sin in the first place, under the circumstances.
Lucky Strike1
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