Sunday, December 12, 2004
BBC News reports that the Russian Orthodox Church will soon "designate an Orthodox Church saint to serve as spiritual guide to internet users." What's more, it seems the Catholics have been there, done that (great invocation here). Best line of the article, apparently delivered straight: "'If we get a patron saint for the internet,' said Father Andrey [Kurayev], 'the next logical step will be to formulate a prayer to deal with viruses.' Can I get an "Amen?" [Via one of my delightful clients.]
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