World Cup schism?

Cartoonist Jason Bach imagines native Argentinian Pope Francis and Pope Benedict VI, a German, discussing the upcoming World Cup Final.  Some of Bach's humor is purely Catholic -- such as trying to play hide and seek with St. Anthony of Padua, the patron saint of those seeking lost objects.  The ones along these lines -- with "Frank" and "Ben" finding their personal styles at odds -- touch on how, styles apart, the message remains the same.  I find the thought of the two Popes sharing a delivery pizza (hold the anchovies) totally charming.  (Cartoonist Bach regularly posts at http://www.jasonbachcartoons.com, specializing in cartoons of interest to Catholics)

Thanks to Jason Bach for his kind permission to reproduce his work here.

Cartoonist Jason Bach imagines native Argentinian Pope Francis and Pope Benedict VI, a German, discussing the upcoming World Cup Final.  Some of Bach's humor is purely Catholic -- such as trying to play hide and seek with St. Anthony of Padua, the patron saint of those seeking lost objects.  The ones along these lines -- with "Frank" and "Ben" finding their personal styles at odds -- touch on how, styles apart, the message remains the same.  I find the thought of the two Popes sharing a delivery pizza (hold the anchovies) totally charming.  (Cartoonist Bach regularly posts at http://www.jasonbachcartoons.com, specializing in cartoons of interest to Catholics)

Thanks to Jason Bach for his kind permission to reproduce his work here.