Tuesday, April 13, 2010

FULLY INVOLVED

Massachusetts Episcopal Bishop M. Thomas Shaw III demonstrates that while flames can be an interesting vestment design theme, looking like you've been set on fire is not.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don't have the energy to mock anymore. This is a dying church focused on foolish things. Diddling itself into irrelevance.

Sorry - wanted to be funny but it's just not happening. All those dollars on pectoral crosses and rings and consecrations...what's the point?

Father Robert Lyons said...

I wasn't aware that Orange was a liturgical color. On the other hand, his cope and mitre would look great (well, the pattern would) on an accent wall in my kitchen.

Rob+

Revd MSH said...

I am sure orange is not a liturgical colour!

And why does KJS seem to get away with wearing purple at all points of the liturgical year? On the "Perfect Storm" post her cope appears to be purple, green and blue??

Rev. Allen Bergstrazer said...

^ Its a sociological/political statment not a litugical one.

cathdean said...

The question begging an answer is "fully involved in what"?

Nickie Goomba said...

This is what happens when you create an ensemble from construction paper.

Ex aedibus said...

Mmmmmm. Flaming! Oops, sorry, it isn't Bishop Robinson!

Anonymous said...

Why does ++Katie keep wearing that moon mitre? Is it a goddess kind of thing?

midwestnorwegian said...

Why, that bright orange mitre is woven just like the handbasket he's going to hell in!

FrZ+ said...

Let me guess... the this must have been a Sunday in Ordinary Time/Sunday after Pentecost, given that green is the only colour NOT included.