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The Kerry Communion Watch: The Home Game

By Domenico Bettinelli, Jr. (articles ) | Aug 17, 2004

Beliefnet.com is providing a convenient Kerry Communion Watch, detailing whether John Kerry goes to Mass every Sunday, where, and whether he receives Communion.

Now you can play in the at-home version of everybody's favorite game show—The Canon Law Follies! Try to predict whether canon 915 will be enforced on any given Sunday in any given diocese. If it's in St. Louis, you know what the answer is, but what about Dubuque, Iowa? Or how about Albuequerque, New Mexico? You can't win, if you don't play!

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  • Posted by: - Aug. 18, 2004 9:45 AM ET USA

    Kerry put a $20 bill in the collection basket? A $20 bill?? Blessed are the rich...

  • Posted by: - Aug. 17, 2004 11:21 PM ET USA

    This is fun! I'm collecting the whole set so I can play with my friends. Like Pokemon (but better) each character has special powers and abilities that you pit against your friends. I'll trade a Cardinal Mahony for a Tuhraysa Heinz-Kerry. Sure, in most cases it's easy to beat a Mahony. But he does have special dogma-warping powers that can bend or even break Church doctrine. I want the Tuhraysa because you never know when you'll need false bravada to impress MediaMan--who is hard to beat...

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