Reminds one of Groucho Marx.
(Courtesy of cwebnews.com)
Even if you were the least bit interested in showbiz news, anyone who is wired and connected the way this generation has become to the online world cannot escape a recent buzz: the divorce of Katie Holmes from actor Tom Cruise, who is considered a "senior" member of the Church of Scientology, if what I heard on a news item was correct.
Speculations were rife (they still are, even though the Church has issued a denial) that the biggest reason for the separation was the belief system of Cruise. There is no official word from either of the divorcing parties, hence the free-wheeling speculations.
But now comes the news that Katie has "registered" (is that the right term) as a Catholic "again" (this was the religion of her childhood and she converted to Scientology, and apparently, now wants out).
(More here: http://www.standard.co.uk/showbiz/katie-holmes-turns-back-on-scientology-by-registering-with-catholic-church-7935580.html)
I'm not a Catholic, so help me out here.
If you get a divorce, doesn't that make you non-existent in the eyes of the Catholic Church?
If you're not considered "existing", how does that same person get a membership?
Anyone at all?