“Consubstantial is now Istanbul”

By turns clever, cute, and cutting, Stephen Colbert is like a covert catechist, bringing his lessons into what some see as hostile territory, and teaching beyond the laughs. He might be American Catholicism’s best thing going.

That’s what Matt Emerson posited a while back, and it’s hard to argue that he’s wrong.

Here Colbert takes a look at the New English Translation of the Mass and a few other Catholic-interest-stories. Check it out.

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