Wednesday, April 12, 2006

A Limerick In The Desert, Fini (In Progress)

Click cartoon to view larger image. Largest.

You can find a gallery of some older faithmouse cartoons at Ann's Catacombers site, including my last drawing of the Cathedral of St. Paul (during it's roof renovation) which I used as the background of a quinate commentary on sin.

Thanks to the Judith and Mitchell at Our Word And Welcome To It for their mention of our Northland Catholic Roundtable get-together at Davanni's in Bloomington last Saturday. Fellow Catholic bloggers Desperate Irish Housewife, The Church Online, Bearing Blog, and AdoroTeDevote (who could use your prayers after losing her grandmother on Monday morning) attended as well. Nice to be able to steal i.e.-represent the thoughts of such solid Catholic thinkers. The gathering afforded some needed information and opins, and inspired today's cartoon, the tone of which was influenced primarily by a comment by the erudite Mitchell Hadley as he noted the lack of ecclesiastic transparency in the current Father Altier controversy.

And now, a partial limerick-
Jesus' death tore the curtain in two;
today we could all use a much better view.

Thanks to anymouse for posting a very early Neverborn cartoon from a few years ago in Dave Oliveria's Huckleberries Online blog at the Spokesman-Review, which for clarity's sake I took the liberty of reposting. Let he who is guilty of no bad HTML cast the first snark.

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