Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Caption Contest #41


HT to Locusts and Honey for the picture.

UPDATE: We have winners! (Geez, these entries were all so good!)

Intrepid Mother of the Front Pew Crew: In order to remain obedient to the order's rule of silence, the sisters became adept at the art of creative non-verbal communications.

Niall Mor:
This first meeting between the future Mother Angelica and Sister Joan Chittister, when both were young novices, was an ominous foreshadowing of things to come.

jawats:
"A rarely photographed example of the little-used snow exorcism of the Alaskan Rite of the Western Catholic Church"

18 comments:

beez said...

The Sisters of Divine Mercy experiment with a unique way of settling a tie in the recent election of a new Mother Prioress.

SherryTex said...

Sister Magdalene knew they were holding confession that afternoon, so she figured she could squeeze in a venal on Mother Superior.

Meg said...

Sister Perpetua misinterprets a verse of Psalm 51:

"...wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow."

PraiseDivineMercy said...

The sisters experiment with a rather literal interpretation of Luke 18:17, which states: "Amen, I say to you, whoever does not accept the kingdom of God like a child will not enter it."

Devin Mc said...

"Now, turn the other cheek."

Sister Mary Martha said...

How'd you get my picture?

jawats said...

One of these:

"A rarely photographed example of the little-used snow exorcism of the Alaskan Rite of the Western Catholic Church"

(or)

"The altar boy, sneaking in to hear confessions, assigns some rather...unique...penance."

sic said...

To heck with "the little way." THAT'S for rattling your rosary while I'm trying to pray!

KaleJ said...

Stick THAT in your habit!

Londiniensis said...

And I say it's the Dominicans, so THERE!

eliztrin said...

Sister, You have a smudge on your face. Let me help you clean it off.

Paul Cat said...

"I wasn't aiming at you. I was aiming behind you."

or

Sister 1: What'd you do that for?
Sister 2: I'm washing you whiter than snow.

or

SNOWBALLS FOR CHRIST!!!

Niall Mor said...

This first meeting between the future Mother Angelica and Sister Joan Chittister, when both were young novices, was an ominous foreshadowing of things to come.

Josephus Flavius said...

_I_ look like a penguin?! How dare you!

raising3saints said...

Sister Edith suggested that on her patroness' Feast, they sing the 'Salve Regina' to the tune of 'Hava Nagila'. This suggestion was not well received.

CMinor said...

One loud guffaw for niall mor from this reader.

DMinor said...

My vote is with sherrytex! Very good!

Intrepid Mother of the Front Pew Crew said...

In order to remain obedient to the order's rule of silence, the sisters became adept at the art of creative non-verbal communications.