[#] post with no redeeming value (2)

Speaking of prayer, Drudge had this on the front page today. Since I requested prayer in the last post, let me point out that I didn't mean "prayer to a stain on a wall".

However, that article had a very exciting part which I'd like to list here:
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago had not received any requests to authenticate the image as of Monday, spokesman Jim Dwyer said.

"These things don't happen every day," Dwyer said. "Sometimes people ask us to look into it. Most of the time they don't. (The meaning) depends on the individual who sees it. To them, it's real. To them, it reaffirms their faith." {emph added}
Note to Jim Dwyer: Boniface XVI, prior to being made Pope, has said clearly that the greatest enemy of your church today is the ideology of relativism. If you guys are supposed to be teaching the faithful infallibly what the truth is, maybe you better not wait for an invitation to visit this shrine at which people are praying to an image.

It might serve the faithful to know whether or not they are participating in idolatry, don't you think?