Saturday, May 10, 2008

Caption Contest #48


Picture source here (thanks to Ken Duffy!).

UPDATE! We have winners:
Tim of Lapped Catholic:
Despite the legends and songs of individuals losing their souls to Satan in dramatic and heart wrenching ways, the devil actually acquires souls in much more mundane ways than most would think.


Allen from Allen's Brain:
"Sinner. Venial Sinner. Clergy. Saint. Convert."

"Bingo!"

13 comments:

Mac McLernon said...

Instead of "House !" do the players have to shout "Purgatory"?

Saints.SQPN.com said...

All souls play bingo?!? So there isn't a heaven for any of us?!?!??

Josephus Flavius said...

"All Souls Bingo. For an out-of-body good time!"

Allen's Brain said...

"Sinner. Venial Sinner. Clergy. Saint. Convert."

"Bingo!"

Paul Cat said...

"Oh the Humanity!"

"Sister Joan preferred the more inclusive All Souls Day Bingo over the less inclusive All Saints Day BBQ."

Allen, you took my idea.

Peter said...

"Will the Mass this week be valid? Bets are currently at 7-1 but with Fr "bob" Brady extending his sick leave, his newly ordained may shorten the odds!"

DMinor said...

Unlike regular bingo, you can't seem to win without using the Free Grace under the N.

Allen's Brain said...

There is a God who has a son and Jesus is his name-o.
J-E-S-U-S,
J-E-S-U-S,
J-E-S-U-S,
and Jesus is his name-o.

Tim said...

Despite the legends and songs of individuals losing their souls to satan in dramatic and heart wrenching ways, the devil actually aquires souls in much more mundane ways than most would think.

CMinor said...

Jumping off that last one...

...For what does it profit you to win at Bingo, but lose your soul?

jenniferfitz said...

What happens to those of us who die in a state of grace, but having always been the one to bring the bag of pretzels to the church potluck.

Niall Mor said...

All Souls Bingo--available only at "The Carnival of Souls."

Sch├╝tz said...

I can't believe that no-one has suggested the most obvious caption for this one yet - or maybe they just don't know their Reformation History:

"As soon as the coin in the coffer clings, out from Purgatory the soul doth spring!" - Tetzel.