'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Monks, priests, nuns and lay bloggers hunched over their iPads and tweeted updates to their followers as the Vatican told them of its desire to get to know them better and establish a genuine relationship.
"When reports came that cross-dressing comedian Tyler Perry, best known for his Madea character and films, would be stepping into Morgan Freeman's shoes as author James Patterson's badass D.C. homicide detective Alex Cross in the film 'I, Alex Cross,' people were left stunned," writes Marlow Stern at the Daily Beast.
"Let's face it, when the ego is ignited and the passions are galloping, we all too easily ignore our own better angels and sacrifice charity for the satisfaction of what we consider a good jab at someone who got it wrong," she said.
Elizabeth Scalia, who writes a popular blog called The Anchoress, said the diversity of Catholicism runs into challenges when exposed to the limitless boundaries of the blogosphere, a reference to the often mean-spirited jabs that can sometimes define online debates about faith.