Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Prayer, Psychiatric Care, and the Internet

Okay, the Sunday New York Times, again, and Alan Salkin writes in "If You Post it, They Will Pray":

On the Web site prayabout.com, Steve’s wife, whose online profile notes that she is a Catholic from St. Charles, Mo., asked other users of the site to submit prayers that her husband will listen to his psychiatrist. She also asked for prayers that the psychiatrist will “see that my husband has major issues that need to be worked on ASAP.”

I didn't read the rest of the article...but feel free.


Novalis said...

Being perfect, God must, by definition, have a flawless sense of humor. It must come in handy.

Fat Doctor said...

LOL at Novalis!