1. Honk Twice for Satan
A real battle of good vs. evil in happened Connecticut when a tattoo shop owner decided to combat his neighbor's "Beep for Christ" sign with a sign of his own. The Christian shop owner had this to say, "His sign is not bothering me, but I know it's bothering Jesus."
2. Saint Pope
Churchgoers are proving once again that they don't really care about the rules imposed by their own faith. Promoters for the saintification of the late Pope John Paul 2 are pressuring the current pope to put a rush on the sainting process despite the fact that church ruled dictate a five year waiting period before the process can even begin.
3. Where's the Proof Again?
In order for a dead person to become officially sainted, it must be proved that he or she interceded on the behalf of a living person. Sister Marie Simon-Pierre claims that the symptoms of her Parkinson's disease disappeared after she prayed to the previous pope for help. Of course, this is an old logical fallacy; correlation does not necessarily imply causation.
4. Science vs. Faith
Unfortunately, Sister Marie Simon-Pierre will never be able to prove that the dead pope healed her. Even more unfortunate: no amount of medical science will likely ever change her opinion. If she was in fact cured of her disease, real scientists might be able to determine the reason, and thereby help countless others. Submitted to the required examinations might be a test of her faith though.
5. Matter Plus Energy
In other news, researchers have finally disproved the scientifically accepted theory of how life on earth may have started.. Look like Jiff to me.