On Holy Thursday, an "angry" Bishop David Zubik was pandering righteously to his followers from the pulpit at St. Paul's Cathedral, drawing a standing ovation by damning a "rush to judgment" against the Catholic Church (which systematically facilitated and concealed widespread sexual abuse of children by its employees).
Before another dawn arrived, Bishop Zubik was struck down by one of the most painful afflictions known to man.
Perhaps there is a just God.
If so, this guy is in a hell of a lot of trouble.
Because if complaining about those seeking to hold the church to account for damnable moral and legal crimes is punishable by swift onset of "excruciating" pains that drive man to his kness, mortal synapses can only wonder at the penalty to be imposed for likening those critics to Jew-persecuting Nazis.
Pirates season tickets?
UPDATE: Just as Commander Chekov was spared when the cortex-snuggling Ceti Eel inexplicably crawled back out Chekov's ear, Bishop Zubik recovered from surgery and celebrated Easter Mass.