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Offline Citizen Skeptic

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The Pope's Christmas Album
« on: November 11, 2009, 05:00:10 PM »
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He's a flamboyant dresser, regularly performs to huge, adoring crowds and is no stranger to controversy -- and has just put out a long awaited new album. No, we're not contemplating the return of Robbie Williams. In fact, no less a figure than Pope Benedict XVI is about to have a stab at chart success with the release this week of an official Vatican record, Alma Mater.

Though you won't find Il Papa bad-mouthing Gary Barlow, belting out 'Let Me Entertain You' or espousing his belief in little green men in the sky (he's more inclined to think there's one big guy in the sky), he will nonetheless be vying with Williams for the Christmas number one spot with an album featuring the pontiff reciting and singing texts and prayers set to traditional church music and especially composed pieces.
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Re: The Pope's Christmas Album
« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2009, 11:16:53 AM »
Singing Pope? Yet another case of truth being stranger than fiction!

Here's "My Lovely Horse" from Father Ted (ignore ad at start of video clip!):

Father Ted | My Lovely Horse | Channel 4

(longer version):

http://www.livevideo.com/video/F8AA276A5F1849E2930F7D3D342033FB/father-ted-my-lovely-horse.aspx

..... and here's the dancing priest sequence from Fr Ted:

http://fliiby.com/file/714394/rdyqru3go2.html



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