The University of Arizona’s student newspaper, The Wildcat, recently published two anti-Catholic cartoons that merited a response from the league.
One of them, entitled “Swonk,” featured obscenities and caricatures which mocked the ministry of Jesus Christ. It said that Christ was not the Son of God, but the Godfather. The other mocked Holy Communion and the pope. When the pope was asked if he talks to God, he replies “only when I’m wacked out of my head on communion wine.”
A letter was sent to the faculty advisor of the newspaper, the editor and the president of the university stating the league’s objections.