Have you noticed that you seemed incomplete each day if you can not facebooking, twitting and surfing for personal gratification? I think you need to examine yourself.

Now imagine that you still don't have internet nor anything associated with this "e-master". What you have is your dearest TV and got hooked!

(A parody on Psalm 23, in a homily broadcast on EWTN-18 March 2002)

The TV is my shepherd I shall not want,

It makes me to lie down on the sofa.

It leads me away from the faith,

It destroys my soul.

It leads me to the path of sex and violence for the advertiser’s sake.

Even though I walk in the shadow of Christian responsibilities.

There will be no interruption, for the TV is with me.

Its cable and remote control, they comfort me.

It prepares a commercial for me in the midst of my worldliness

and anoints my head with secular humanism and consumerism.

My Covetousness runs over;

surely ignorance and laziness shall follow me all the days of my life,’

and I shall dwell in the house of wretchedness watching TV forever.

Is TV or internet your good shepherd?