Because Christian worship is not supposed to be about you.
Does it have matching pyjamas?
Wouldn't that be "the Anglican Primate of Saturn" since that is the planet given pride of place?Robert
Well, don't get the reference? At your command all things came to be: the vast expanse of interstellar space, galaxies, suns, the planets in their courses, and this fragile earth, our island home. By your will they were created and have their being. (Eucharistic Prayer C, Book of Common Prayer, p. 370)
Wow. That's one of the worst yet.
This would look perfect tucked under the PB's arm.
Going where no liturgical dress has gone before... (Cue Star Trek music)
I had some rad bedsheets very similar to that when I was six...
Yeah, that has Prayer C written all over it. That and "Do not take me or my office at all seriously, folks. I sure don't."
HAHA beam me up... so I can avoid these tacky idiots.
...and matching duvet cover?
I actually have a pillowcase made of that exact same fabric! My mother-in-law made it for me two or three Christmases ago.
There are rings around Uranus too. Who designs this stuff? Underemployed wardrobe folks from Harry Potter? Hey, I wouldn't be surprised to see our Lutheran UberBishop Hanson sporting this thing around soon...
This just has to be for the "spaced out" PB of TEC. There can no other explanation. She is the most worthy recipient of this work of art.
Am I the only one who suspects that there may now be vestment makers who are specifically vying to get on Bad Vestments blog? If people start making intentionally bad vestments, will this blog have jumped the shark?
Words fail me at moments like this.
If this Bishop authorizes the J2A youth program, it will be on MST3K.
When did Babarella get a miter?
I ... got nothin'. Like Egon, I'm terrified beyond the capacity for rational thought.
@ Robert Werner - The mitre belongs to the primate of Mars; Saturn figures prominently on it as a sign of solidarity with those who have suffered discrimination because of their planet of origin.
The Presiding Bishop has some even scarier vestments now. Look at this cope and mitre she wore to the seating of the new Bishop of Alabama!https://picasaweb.google.com/aladeacon/SloanInvestiture1?authkey=Gv1sRgCIaDsKGkp6nVuAE#5695687582944529026
was this actually worn by someone?
one of the worst yet.
Absolutely perfect for Eucharistic Prayer C, Rite II, BCP 1979!...the Star Trek Mass, as one deacon I used to know called it.
I didn't know there was a bishop of the Moon, Mars and outer colonies.
Absolutely perfect for Eucharistic Prayer C, Rite II, BCP 1979! The Star Trek Mass lives!
I didn't realize there was a bishop for the diocese of the Moon, Mars, and outer colonies.
It 's a gag gift. It's GOT to be!
I was at General Convention, listening to the House of Bishops discuss Pierre Whalen's suggestion that Lesser Feasts and Fasts be at the ready to commemorate the First Eucharist on the Moon. Nice to know the Iiturgy and the vestments are ready to go for this momentous occasion. Monika
What a very good miter!Pardon me while I reach for m'gun.
Duane Preibe's Theology of Outer Space, mayhap.
Would be a good mitre for Katherine Jefferts Schori.Her theology IS from another planet !(My former Bishop described her as 'a buddhist in a dog collar')
Celebrate the Moons of Meepzor!
And have the bright immensitiesReceived our risen Lord,Where light years frame the PleiadesAnd point Orion's sword?Do flaming suns His footsteps traceThrough corridors sublime,The Lord of interstellar spaceAnd Conqueror of Time?--The Lutheran Book of Worship, believe it or not.
"Earth and all stars"LOUD rushing vestments...."
Comets with hairPlanets with headaches...Can we please find someNew words for this song?Once is enough;Twice is sufficient;Three strikes, you're out- Put an end to this song!We have some marvelous hymns;Why can't we praise God with a newsong?-The seminarians at Mt. Airy a couple of decades ago
I'm irritated that others already mentioned the Mass of St. James Tiberius Kirk.
"This fragile earth, our island home"? Yikes...NO, that doesn't say '70s at ALL... /sarcasm.Star Trek Mass indeed.
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