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I agree totally with Fr. Z January 19, 2011

Posted by Tantumblogo in asshatery, disaster, foolishness, General Catholic, sickness, silliness, Society.

Denis Leary.  What makes a person so angry, so full of hate, to do something like this?  If he wants to be so “edgy” and “brave,” let’s see him give similar treatment to the followers of Mohammad.  How about some ripping on marital rape in Islam, or female genital mutilation, or stoning?  Instead, we get this:

On January 16, Comedy Central aired “Denis Leary & Friends Present Douchebags & Donuts.” On January 18, Comedy Central Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment released the DVD nationwide. The opening segment of this video is addressed by Bill Donohue today:
The standup special opens with a clip of Pope Benedict XVI talking to a crowd. But there is a voice-over that is dubbed in to make it seem like he is discussing priestly sexual abuse.
The clip of the pope has him screaming, “Heil Hitler,” proclaiming, “Oh yeah, I’m the f***ing pope, for Christ’s sake, the god**** Fuehrer.” The pope then introduces Leary as Father Denis Leary and he proceeds to mimic confession. Here are some of the lines:
• “Bless me, Father, for I have sinned—yeah, pull down my pants and put your penis in”
• “Thou shalt not kill and Thou shalt not lie, and don’t drop the soap when the pope is nearby. Cause they may hate gays but they do love the guys”
• “Well, the nuns are goin’ down on other nuns, and the priests are chasin’ after altar boy buns, and the pope will move you when the damage is done”
• “Jesus, Mary and Josephine, well this church is full of some giant queens, so break out the candles and the Vaseline”
In reality, I say thank you to the mean spirited, less than talented Denis Leary.  Thanks for persecuting us.  We receive Grace when persecuted (Blessed are you when they persecute you…..[Matt 5:11]).  The good Pope is always in need of more Grace, as is the Church, and you just provided some, so thanks for helping us out.  In fact, I say God Bless Denis Leary.  I am certain he could use quite a bit of Grace in his sad life.
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