Because Christian worship is not supposed to be about you.
I've been waiting all these years for Lego clergy, and they're finally here!
and I've been waiting for primary color Tetris!
Dear Websterglobe,Thank you very much for running your blog, which my family and I find very distressing/hilarious!I tried to email you an attachment but I couldn’t get the email address to work. However if you visit www.alexanglicans.org you can see the Anglican Bishop of Wangaratta in Australia, Bishop John Parkes, wearing some interesting vestments. The fires which are referred to are the 'Black Saturday' bushfires in Victoria last year, which received international coverage and occurred partly in the Diocese of Wangaratta. I know this was a terrible event, but I think these vestments could well be described as not pointing to God but to something else. Perhaps a bit like having a set of 'holocaust vestments'. Apparently these 'bushfire vestments' include charred teaspoons. Thank you again for your fantastic website.
Of all things, I don't mind the pastoral staff...
Does he have ambitions to be Schori's successor? I say this because of his double-barred pastoral staff. If anything, he can be her successor in a sartorial sense!Speaking of which, it is tasteless, tacky, and loud enough to make even Liberace wince. Why doesn't Schori have a matching set of her own?
There appears to be a hole where there should be GOD.
If Bishops really want to be modern, why don't they commission vestments from Grayson Perry, Tracey Emin and Banksy?
Do they light up in random patterns?
My first thought was 'how many Rubik's Cubes had to die for that thing to be made ? '
Ah, my good old Lord ++Brasília...
Its Elmer the patchwork elephant!
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