Sunday, 13 May 2007

Lingering on.

It seems that in some places the "Cafeteria years" are still lingering on .... Why?

12 comments:

Mrs Jackie Parkes MJ said...

Is this for real?

Mark said...

Where's my gun? ;-)

The changing heathen-Pottyaboutjesus said...

arggggggggggggggggggg

fidelis servus said...

I second the above question - is this for real, and if it is what is that standing on the right with a stole around it's neck?

Fr Richard Aladics said...

It's probably Episcopalian (Anglican) from the US. I came across it on a Liturgy Blog.

Fr Julian Green said...

I dunno. Looks bad enough to be catholic.

Matt Doyle said...

This is the new springtime, get with the programme guys! Doesn't it make you feel liberated and proud to be a child of the 60s?? I guess its a better alternative to peace pipes. Then again...

Fr Richard Aladics said...

I'm proud to have been born at about the time as "Veterum Sapientiae" was promulgated! (A top Papal letter.)

Fr Julian Green said...

Well what's so great about being a child of the 80s?

Mark said...

@Fr. Julian:
Glam was on the way out before we got too old? I dunno!

Petrus Hamjltus said...

This mass must have been organised by the BBC as either:

Its a Harry Enfield sketch: isn't that Harry on the right?

its looks like an episode of Songs of Praise.

Or it was a "youth mass" for The Young Ones?

Tomas Z. said...

Randomly following a link on another Blog I discovered that they call themselves the 'Independent Catholic Christian Church'.

This is what they say about 'Baptism':

"...the Independent Catholic Christian Church encourages a diverse use of language for God, including feminine, inclusive, and expansive language. These may be incorporated in Trinitarian formulas, such as “Lover, Beloved, and Love” or “Mother, Christ, and Holy Spirit”."

Scary! :-(