||[Apr. 1st, 2014|02:39 pm]
This morning's Guardian reports that a new book co-authored by a lecturer from the University of León has identified the Holy Grail as a chalice in the keeping of the church of San Isidro in - surprise! - León.
I am disappointed that this is not Saint Isidore of Seville, patron saint of the internet, but a completely different Saint Isidore. Follow the link to Wikipedia for some sweet miracles, though.
The Guardian reports the story deadpan, but rather gives the game away by explaining that the Holy Grail is "the mythical chalice from which Christ sipped at the last supper".