Thursday, April 26, 2007

Caption Contest #19

Source (with some explanation).

UPDATE: We have two winners, and the same author! (...and lots of good entries.)
From Allen of It Came From Allen's Brain:

1) A place specially-created for those who are always saying that the worship experience at their church is rubbish.

2) A place where the Spirit falls so heavily that protective gear is needed!

--I.C.

13 comments:

KaleJ said...

Looks like the new coadjutor of the Archdiocese of St. Paul-Minneapolis is already at work.

The "business as usual" mantro definitely belongs in the trash bin.

The Ironic Catholic said...

The Church Constructant.

The Ironic Catholic said...

Alas, this parish was unaware that Pope Benedict's fondness of ecclesial head gear* doesn't extend to hard hats.

*http://ironiccatholic.blogspot.com/2006/09/pope-benedict-xvi-man-who-wears-many.html

The Ironic Catholic said...

Saving people from sin and random falling objects for 2000 years.

Intrepid Mother of the Front Pew Crew said...

Join us at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, where practicing "safe-worship" is business as usual.

Allen said...

1) A place specially-created for those who are always saying that the worship experience at their church is rubbish.
2) A place where the Spirit falls so heavily that protective gear is needed!

Intrepid Mother of the Front Pew Crew said...

Be prepared for anything at St. Robert Baden-Powell's.

war in the pocket said...

Black vestments are dangerous business. Helmets, boys!

rome man said...

Gloria tibi Domine.
Well, hell's bells, we just got this special dumpster for your Novus Ordo missals, and most especially, those truly awful architectural plans and hymnals. READY? Everybody, all together now.. one, two, three, Holy Trinity, heave ho!
Deo gratias!!

Jeff said...

U.S. Bishops take to heart Pope Benedict's exhortation to "have the filth cleaned out of the Church." Bishops don hardhats and install red "Cardinal's Dumpsters" in every parish.

DMinor said...

I thought the gates of heaven would be more . . . pearly. And whats with the hard hat, St. Pete?

Julie said...

Heeeeyyy baby, oh yeah! Show us your scapular! *whistles*

Jennie said...

Welcome to the Confessionals at St. Augustine, where we do heavy-duty work on your soul! Note: Red Sin Dumpsters are sanitized at the end of each confession by the scrubbing power of God's Grace with absolving crystals. The tingling means it's working.