Friday, September 16, 2011

Cigar Smoking and Salvation

There is, of course, nothing intrinsically wrong with cigars--if smoked in moderation. However, we should never fall for the heretical opinion that cigars are a sacramental of the Church, despite the fact that St. Pius X is reputed to have smoked cigars. The theological opinion that cigar smoking is necessary for salvation is a serious heresy, a heresy which must be vigorously anathematized and extirpated. I understand that there is a new order called the Domenicos whose job it is to preach a crusade against this heresy, and rid the world of its advocates preferably by such charitable means as smoking their cigars so they are not tempted to practice their heresy.

We therefore have to stay the course on doctrine. Smoking cigars does not assure sanctity, much less salvation. The proof's in the pudding. Here are three persons--two fellows, the other a fellah--who notoriously appear to be smoking cigars to their damnation.

These folks ARE NOT--I repeat--ARE NOT members of our club.


  1. I reserve the right to reject the Club membership application of the above depicted celebrities.

  2. They have been blackballed, and a rejection notice has been sent which says, "Repent and believe in the Gospel. If you do, please re-apply. Love, St HOLG."

  3. There are few tips which help people in learning different methods of smoking cigar. Cigar smoking is very among people. They are available in plenty of flavors. A cigar business is a trendy one. People who are addicted to cigars will not take an account about the money which is spending in order to buy it. Cigar smoking is getting common among people day by day.

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