As Lone Star Parson observes, the Anglican Church of Canada, boldly going where no man has gone before:
The Hubble Telescope has captured striking new images of a remarkable object in the night sky – the diminutive Anglican Church of Canada (ACoC) hurtling into deep space.
ACoC’s tiny 140 meter nucleus is unusual for being “off center” and unlike larger, more powerful ecclesial bodies, this one has “no gas in its tail”, say sources studying the phenomenon.
A top scientist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, believes the object is debris left over from a collision with the normative teaching authority of the Church, stating, “The collision likely occurred at over 15,000 kilometres per hour, five times the speed of a rifle bullet, and liberated energy in excess of a nuclear bomb.”
Since 2000, ACoC has shrunk from a little over 650,000 attendees in 2000 to around 325,000 in 2010, a loss of over 20,000 people annually. Pundits predict that no-one will be left by mid-century if ACoC continues on its current trajectory between Mars and Jupiter.