Euphemisms for Heaven and the Afterlife appear throughout the text of Saint Fidgeta and Other Parodies, often in the form of humorous comparisons between the mundane and the bizarre.
- Saint Fidgeta is compared to the tiniest candle on the sugar cake of Eternity (Saint Fidgeta and Other Parodies, 24).
- The Question Box moderator suggests to Annie Rugg, following her claim to have the biggest chain letter in the world, that she keep a record of her good and bad deeds to "have a rough idea of the state of your Eternal Ledger" (Saint Fidgeta and Other Parodies, 42).
- The Question Box moderator suggests an Anglican sinner whose confession is heard by an Anglican priest who later converts to Catholicism has foolishly "filled a book with enough green stamps for an Eternal Reward" and only found the error of his ways when presenting the book at the Redemption Center - and thus no admittance to Heaven (Saint Fidgeta and Other Parodies, 43).
- The Econophanic Heresy was, according to A Short Guide to Catholic Church History, a heretical belief that there was a Treasure House of Sin to counter the church's Treasure House of Grace. The sect eventually became demonic and collapsed when word got around the devil gave higher interest rates (Saint Fidgeta and Other Parodies, 60).
- Father Tumpline wrote in his biography of Saint Floradora that she "little [dreamt] her dusty sojourn...would last till Gabriel's trump" (Saint Fidgeta and Other Parodies, 78).
- Sister M. Floradora's poem, "Lament for Saint Floradora", suggests that "we, like carrots in a stew, shall mingle in a Heav'nly Brew" when "God the pot" comes to a boil (Saint Fidgeta and Other Parodies, 81).
- The concept of the Church Dormant is for the more "rambunctious members of the church...and those...with overactive imaginations and chronic doubts to go into a sort of spiritual hibernation" and "sit tight" until Judgement Day (Saint Fidgeta and Other Parodies, 89).
- The Prayer for the Speedy Demise of a Bishop suggests God sweeps "Thine Eternal Dwellings" for souls sucked into the "Dustbin of Bliss" (Saint Fidgeta and Other Parodies, 118).
- A Paradigmatic Sunday Sermon, as part of The Moist Heart, is full of military-related metaphors, including referring to one's eternal reward to General Headquarters (GHC) (Saint Fidgeta and Other Parodies, 122).