Glad to see that the Catholic church is forging ahead with it's usual alacrity and embracing the 21st century ............and I'll give a pound to the first person that spots the money making scam from this ;-)).
May one enquire as to her prefered make of computer?
Rather dodgy name for a bloke methinks although he is wearing a rather charming, fashionably long, dress with matching, extended cloche hat setting off a rather fetching gold wrap a la renaissance style. click here.
Saints preserve us, from any more stupidity. It seems that in doing so they have demonstrated their lack of connection with this world. But then I suppose that is their whole credo. Got a feeling I may have broken FEs rules here. Oops and sorry.
"So, how does Saint Isidore of Seville become the patron saint for the Internet?
The Observation Service for Internet, who drew it's mission from the Pontifical Council for Social Communications, researched the Internet and related technologies to select a patron saint that best reflects the concerns and ideals of computer designers, programmers and users.
The saint chosen by the Observation Service for Internet was Saint Isidore. "The saint who wrote the well-known 'Etymologies' (a type of dictionary), gave his work a structure akin to that of the database. He began a system of thought known today as 'flashes;' it is very modern, notwithstanding the fact it was discovered in the sixth century. Saint Isidore accomplished his work with great coherence: it is complete and its features are complementary in themselves."