Monday, October 26, 2009

Non sum dignus.

This is worth a thousand words of commentary - but I am not up to the task.

UPDATE: At the suggestion of our own Fr. Beane, this is now Gottesdienst Online's first caption contest. The winner, determined by the GO editors on or before St. Martin's Day will receive a Fabulous Prize. Tu dignus es?


20 comments:

  1. Could this be the first Gottesdienst Caption Contest?

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  2. Good point, Father Beane.

    Updating...

    +HRC

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  3. Hey 40 year old pastor - when you get up front with a guitar, this is what your teens see.

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  5. When Joe Missouri went to church to hear from the King, this wasn't what he had in mind.

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  6. Another "Critical Event" proudly brought to you by the Missional Heavyweights of the Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod! We love Jesus, yes we do, we love Jesus, how 'bout you?

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  7. Fr. Poppendorf celebrates another successful Ablaze(tm) event with a hunka, hunka burnin' love.

    OR

    Crying In The Chapel: Not A Metaphor.

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  8. Don't be cruel. Dad, please sit down and put the guitar away.

    A mama cries. Faith dying in the ghetto of the modern liturgy.

    The Canine Dei? Catholics reach out to younger generation by singing Hound of God.

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  9. Several suggestions...

    * ...for I can't help falling in love with you

    * ...for my Jesus I love you, and I always will

    * Just a closer walk with thee (du-du-du-du-du)

    * A-----ve Mari-------a

    * Softly and tenderly Elvis is calling

    * you'll NEV-er walk alone

    * Hunka-hunka burnin' liturgy

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  10. Today, the usual bread and wine will be replaced by fried nanner and peanut butter sandwiches and pepsi. For those watching their weight, diet pepsi is available.

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  11. Yes, students, you have correctly answered Part One of the question. This indeed is a fine visual representation of the rhetorical device known as the oxymoron. Bonus points will be awarded to any student who is successful at answering Part Two: Which of the two gentlemen pictured is the moron?

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  12. Not my call, but if it were, I'd have to say CyberSis is definitely winning . . .

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  13. What concerns me is that the priest behind Elvis looks like the Reverend Doctor Rick Stuckwisch!

    Rick, is THIS how you roll?

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  14. A recently discovered 1963 photo reveals the real author of Vatican II's liturgical reforms...

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  15. P: Elvis has left the Basilica.
    C: Thanks be to God.

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  16. While Fr. Edwards was none too happy about the unexpected musical performance in the middle of Mass, he was forced to admit that it was, technically speaking, a Gradual.

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