Saturday, July 25, 2009

UH...NO

If a Christian minister deliberately chooses to wear something like this, skipping church is not an option, it is a duty.

11 comments:

Therese Z said...

What I like to imagine is that they're standing in Superhero Pose, hands on hips, "here I come to save the daayyeeeee...."

There isn't a liturgical attitude that would ever splay out a chausable, so what else could they be doing?

muerk said...

I agree about the superhero look - Beware the Liberal Avenger!!

Anonymous said...

Hey! Didn't George Harrison wear something just like that in Yellow Submarine?

Anonymous said...

I have always wondered if the Blue Meanies found other work after Yellow Submarine. Good to see they thrived selling their images to vestment makers.

.....CLIFFORD said...

To the tune of "Yellow Submarine"
[singing]
"We all live in a big inclusive church;
A big inclusive church..."
[/singing]

Your Intrepid Editor said...

[IMPORTANT NOTE: This garment does not enable wearer to fly.]

Sally Thomas said...

Heh. Of course, if you're Catholic like me, skipping church is a mortal sin. Being present for something like this is merely a golden opportunity to empty out Purgatory for the day.

See how helpful a theology of suffering is?

Love your blog, by the way.

Xpy said...

I love the blogger's comment. lol

Fr. Ed said...

Send in the clowns."

stpetric said...

There were psychedelic commercials for Coca Cola and Campbell's Soup back circa 1968. This looks like it was inspired by one of them.

Anonymous said...

I got fired from my job for laughing loudly at my desk (ok, over and over).
H.