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Thursday, October 07, 2010

What's Going on with Fr. Corapi?

I recently saw Fr. Corapi on EWTN.  He was pushing for his upcoming conference, and "inviting" people to download his homilies from his website.  Unfortunately, he didn't say anything about the $12/month subscription fee to download those homilies.  Fortunately, I have an excellent homilist in my own pastor, and he doesn't ding me for door charges and subscription fees.

Apart from the sales pitches, I was most struck by his appearance.  He looks totally different.

Here's a composite picture of him over the years:
Father Corapi through the years
Here's another image of him about two months ago, from a youtube video of him pitching people to go to his San Antonio conference.


Now, I can't help it, but, in my opinion, which I'm still allowed to declare in public freely, Father Corapi, with that new look and that darkened goatee, looks like Anton Levay now.
Father Corapi or Anton LaVey?
I'm not sure the new look he's putting on is all that flattering.

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