St. Peter to a priest at the pearly gates: "Welcome Father, let me just pull your file...this will only take a minute...okay...it says here Father that you preached on the weekend to an average of 1200 people...is this correct?"
Deceased Priest: "Yes, your deceased saintly holiness it is; 1200 people."
St. Peter: "Did you know about the internet my son?"
Priest: "I did."
St. Peter: "How did you do in math classes, my son?"
St. Peter: "So you knew about the internet, and you understood math...hm...any reason that you didn't heed Pope Benedict's call to evangelize on the internet? Any reason you didn't have a kid in your parish spend 5 minutes putting your homilies online?"
Priest: "Well...I was afraid it would seem narcissistic...I was afraid it would change me...I was afraid I might become too popular...I was afraid I might start doing stuff just to draw attention to myself...I was afraid.."
St. Peter: "Okay Okay, I got it. Did Pope Benedict encourage internet evangelization only if you weren't afraid of it?"
Priest: "Well, no."
St. Peter: "You do understand that you reached 1200 people on a weekend, and for no less effort on your part you could have reaced 7 billion people right? Do you know that 7,000,000,000 divided by 1200 means that, through no less energy on your part you could have reached 5,833,333 TIMES MORE PEOPLE?"
Priest: "I never thought of it that way."
St. Peter: "Do you know who DOES realize the power of the internet? COMPANIES working simply for EARTHLY PROFIT...which is why Christ said to imitate them in certain ways, to be "shrewd as serpents and innocent as doves."
Priest: "My bad."
St. Peter: "You get 20 days in purgatory to think about how you didn't follow Pope Benedict's instruction to blog and evangelize on the internet. For your time in Purgatory, you are to watch every Planned Parenthood video online and study the behavior of an organization that DOES understand how to evangelize to the young and spread a message and convert people to their side, and you are to reflect on all the opportunities you missed out on. Also, pray that the priests still in the field don't make the same mistake you did. See you in 20 days."