I'm skeptical of Pope Frank: the change in rhetoric from that of Wojtyła and Ratzinger is welcome but until there are doctrinal changes I will remain skeptical (and Frank isn't a young man so tick-tock). Nonetheless, watching the general freak-out eminating from our friends on the right is a pleasure to behold.
It's separating the actual Christians from the Paulites, to be sure.
At least 50 US police forces are believed to be equipped with radars that can send signals through walls.
The Range-R sends out radio waves that can detect the slightest movements, including breathing, from as much as 50ft away.
Originally developed to assist US forces fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq, the radar motion detectors have proved popular with law enforcement agencies.
USA Today, which first reported the case, said that agencies including the FBI and the US Marshals Service, had been using radars since 2012. The Marshals Service had spent at least $180,00 (£118,000) on them, it said.
But none of the agencies has made any public disclosure about how or when the devices would be used.
So you You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout, I'm telling you why: we're living in what is increasingly a police-surveillance state and nobody seems to give a damn.