It's " all hands to the pumps" when the Fly-Tippers are about.
That's the way to deal with trained liturgists!
Dig for victory!
Three clerics from the Latin Mass Society demonstrate how to dispose of unwanted Euphemistic Monsters...Or,Burying the "Spirit" of Vatican II
"I know that Papal tiara is somewhere around here!"
Fr Seamus, Fr Pat and Fr Flaherty carrying out their penance - digging foundations for the new Cathedral - after confessing to having hosted Cardinal Mahoney (USA Los Angeles fame)style 'liturgies' in their parishes - you know, the make it up as you go along Mass, services of general absolution, liturgical dancers, kum-ba-ya-lal-la-la, people's altar, incense bearers, turning the Church into a circus kind of stuff!And their Confessor??? - why Papa Benedict of course!
"victorian clerics seal the gates of Hell : Evil thwarted; Satan's hordes incarcerated forever, every tear shall be wiped away; pain and suffering will cease; war, famine, pestilence will be a thing of the past....Let this ground forever remain a wilderness - all manner of things shall be well - all providing nobody in the distant future disturbs the grounds of Ecclestone Square..."
A DIRTY JOB, BUT SOMEBODY HAS TO DO ITCanons assume additional duties following appointment of Horse as Bishop of B---town.
I can see how you can bury a corpse, but not a spirit.Nevertheless, my vote goes to Mac's contribution : "Burying the "spirit of Vatican II".
'We know Fr Z often talks about 'brick by brick' but we didn't think we had to build our own church!'
The new parish priest was aware that his curates had never played bridge before, but their reaction to his '3 spades' bid took him quite by surprise.
The dog buried the remote control - AGAIN!
At an angle of 27 degrees and a lot of spade work and we will get WYD just after the Pope.
US Bishops liturgists preparing for Papal visit: "I *know* we buried those old liturgical books here somewhere...it was so long ago...so hard to remember..."
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