|N. is not really the name of our pope.|
Since we're kind of a free-wheeling group, I wonder if some of the clergy here will take the advantage of putting the name of a fake pope in the Eucharistic Prayer. Here are some possible abuses/uses of the opportunity:
1. The Bishop is fond of saying "whoever he or she may be" when speaking of his successor. So, it would be his chance to say "bring her to the fullness of charity, together with our pope, whoever he or she may be" and then pause for the knowing smiles and laughter. Or not.
|Mass is a good time to bring out the best crystal.|
|This looks like something from a Bergman film. There should be a boat and a chess game.|
|Mad Libs or as I call it "Homily Help"|
5. Make up something and see if someone notices, "bring her to the fullness of charity, together with the monkey, fancy, pants and cheese". I bet no one bats an eye.
|Getting cocky with the Black Talon!|
In all seriousness, this is an interesting turn of events and there's probably going to be some interesting Vatican
And I don't really want a chicken man to be pope. We have too many chicken men.