Further dead popes have come forward this morning to criticise God's decision to come clean about his position on prophylactic usage.
16 previous ex-popes has spoken out now, collectively stating that they are not angry at the Lord, merely disappointed. This papal collection include Pope Pius X who, whilst feeling that the latest revelations were "A real kick in the balls" has been more philosophical about the situation stating that "God has a slightly annoying habit of moving in strange and mysterious ways. I remember when all of a sudden we had to deprecate the concept of limbo, I'm not one to question God's will, but what the hell was he doing having so many souls sent to Limbo when actually he didn't really want them there."
Pope Benedict has also stated his concerns; "As Gods representative on Earth he speaks through me to the world. Being told one thing then something quite different and expecting to believe both equally can be slightly tricky. I only wish He had though to reveal his true thoughts on this matter some years ago, we could have saved the lives of thousands of believers, slowed the over population of the planet and provided Christians with consistent, sensible and Biblically cool advise. The weary looking current pope added it was "A real kick in the balls".
Pope John Paul II, speaking through the Vatican spirit medium Madam Leviticus, said he was "saddened and confused as to why our Heavenly Father would have not told us the truth about this for so long, maybe he just trusts this Ratzinger guy that little bit more to correctly convey His messed of love to the world". The ashen faced ex-pope added it was "A real kick in the balls".