Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Caption Contest #28



(From Per Christum, with a real explanation. Hat tip to The Shrine.)

Caption away in the midrash box.

UPDATE! We have a winner!
Gilraen (who has a delightful post title on her blog, Desideratum: "Chant is my anti-drug") says:

A little to the right! Now swing!


...Birthday Piñata - Pentecost Version.

12 comments:

KaleJ said...

The priest had warned the choir, if they sang "Let the fire fall" one more time..

angelmeg said...

Gonna set the Heart on Fire!

Tim said...

"I'm just thinking out loud here, Monsignor, but on the off chance that it IS the Holy Spirt, maybe poking it with a stick isn't the best way to show reverence!"

OR

"Holy Spirit or not, Deacon James, we are not going to sell it on Ebay!"

beez said...

Yes, Yes Fr. Smith, it's very impressive and quite evocative of the Holy Spirit. However, the Fire Marshall simply will not allow it. Now, put that thing out and turn on the lights.

Allen said...

I'm tempted to say that this is what happened at St Mary's here locally, the evening it burned to the ground a year or two ago, but that's just tasteless. So, instead...

At the Sacred Heart of Mary's production of "Lord of The Rings: The Two Towers," Father Esteban in his role as Gandalf the Gray facing off against the Balrog. With staff upraised, he intones majestically, "You shall not pass!"
Special effects by SHoM's Boy's Choir really helped convey the intensity of the moment.

Ray from MN said...

Pentecost Sunday preparations in Goliath's home parish, Holy Nephilim

Barbara said...

To advertize the celebration of a Latin Mass, Monsignor decided to put a light in the Rose window.

Jenny from Chicago said...

When Glenda the Good Witch became Catholic

John said...

Like Elijah before the prophets of Baal in 1 Kings 18, Fr. Ray decided to prove that the Protestants were wrong, once and for all.

Dcn Scott Dodge said...

I told you that God doesn't like fiddle-back chasubles!

Gilraen said...

A little to the right! Now swing!

...Birthday Piñata - Pentecost Version.

phbrown said...

You call that a thurible? That's not a thurible! THIS is a thurible!