I was raised a Catholic. And I agree with a lot of what The Church says, but I disagree with a lot too. I guess the best way to say it is that I'm spiritual, but not religious. I think that, even if Jesus wasn't God as Man, he was right. Do unto others. Love your neighbors. Help the poor. Judge not. And along the same lines, I think most religions that follow anything close to that are right too. To me, it's about doing good, not being a better person than another. Or saying someone is going to hell because "OMG YOU WARSHIP TEH POPE!". I think Jesus would have been friends with people who had abortions. He would gay people as much as everyone else. I think a lot of my dissatisfaction with religion stems from people who think that their way is the only correct one and push it on you. People who quote Leviticus against homosexuality, but don't follow the same dietary laws, "because Jesus made a new covenant". And when I'm feeling rather cynical, I doubt that there is one at all. The Pastafarianism and Church of the IPU are really just things to help poke people who need to be deflated with.