1. The clash of the Jesuits.
Antonio Spadaro. Vatican muscle-man. "Theology is not #Mathematics. 2+2 in #Theology can make 5."
Fr James Martin LGBTSJ. New York actor, model, and writer. "Between the time she met the risen Christ and announced the Good News to the disciples, Mary Magdalene was the Church on Earth."
2. The clash of the
Prof. Massimo Faggioli. Author of 57 books, all wrong. "Some cardinals, like Sarah, have a problem with pope Francis because they have a problem with Vatican II."
Dr Austen Ivereigh. Founder of "Catholic Vices" and regular scribbler. "Bishop Curry was saying 'the balm of Gilead'. I heard 'the bomb of Gilead' and assumed this was a reference to a Biblical act of terrorism."
Matches begin on September 30th and October 1st and last 5 days.
Spadaro 24, Martin 76
Possibly helped by a comic audience with Pope Francis, New York's favourite LGBT campaigner easily crushed Tony the Spider.
Faggioli 39, Ivereigh 61
A clear victory for the British boy here, who spent most of the week trolling the faithful, while Beans was too busy pretending to be clever.
So we move on to the 3rd place playoff and the FINAL.
THIRD PLACE: Spadaro 34, Faggioli 66.
An easy win for Massimo, who kept up a barrage of non-stop trolling. Spadaro just couldn't be bothered.
FINAL: Ivereigh 38, Martin 62.
Both players tried hard to make an impact - Martin told us all that St John Henry Newman might have been a homosexualist, while Ivereigh showed a devotion to Pachamama, whom he mistook for the Virgin Mary. In the end Jimbo takes the trophy quite easily.