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Thursday, March 27, 2014

In rememberance of the Goliard poets: Father Golias Lives for Bling

The Goliard poets were renegade priests in the 12th through the 13th centuries (and a little bit into the 14th) who wrote satiric verse about the corruption of the Catholic Church, usually featuring Father Golias, who exemplified all that was wrong with the Church.

more here: http://booksellersvsbestsellers.blogspot.com/2010/05/bohemians.html

In remembrance of their bravery and humor:

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Father Golias Lives for Bling

Father Golias lives for bling
and covers up the "little things."

He knows some things he knows would shock
but doesn't wish to shock the flock

So Father Golias gets his bling
and silences the "little things."

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