Well, I am gay and Catholic and practicing (shocker, I know). Basically the Vatican insults my family on a very regular basis without remorse. So why am I practicing? Well, I take what good I get from my religious upbringing, and leave the rest. And that is exactly what you can do with a show like the DISunplugged. No one is going to agree with everyone all the time. What offends one, will undoubtedly make another laugh. I believe as long as no one is being bullied or harmed, we can live harmoniously accepting the different views of those around us. And I don't for a second believe the Catholic church is being bullied by the media. Pope jokes and calling a spade a spade, well, I'm sorry, but if you did the crime you'll do the time - negative portrayal by the media is a fairly light sentence for some of the things they are guilty of. So, while you have every right to be offended, you also have freedom to let one slide by realizing ALL groups are offended by someone's idea of a joke from time to time (we just notice it more when it's our own), or you also have the choice to turn it off.