Hi I am Father/Mother
Our church does not have a separation between the sanctuary
Here is an example of our teaching.
A sacraments is an exterior
The entry sacrament into our church is the Sacrament
As we stay the same in our faith, there comes a time when
With aroma therapy comes the Sacrament
One of the most important sacraments is the Sacrament
The Sacrament of Holy Community .
We remove past wrongs with the Sacrament
The Sacrament of Last Rights .
Wednesday Night Bible Study – After our first
Warning about the “The Da Vince Code” – this
You rock, Jeff!
Hilarious to the max!
I am so glad I wasn’t drinking anything when I got a load of Our Lady of the Perpetually Okay. My monitor thanks you too!
I’m okay now. You’re okay, too. 🙂
Was especially tickled by this: “If your interpretation of a passage causes you to need to change something in your life, then your interpretation is in error. Re-read until it conforms to your world-view and you will be just fine.”
Hahaha… the perpetually okay teachings would have been funnier if it hadn’t been so true.
thanks, but i’ll just stick to our lady of divine severity.
I wonder if they would be okay with it if I put a note with wishes of peace and love in my offeratory envelope instead of some nasty money.
Great posting, so “joan of arc” …
Would “… and AFFIRM each other in our collective okayness” be even more to the point? “Support” would imply some sort of self-doubting, whereas “affirm” just simply flouts it!
Very funny, Jeff! We refer to one church in our neighborhood Our Lady of Perpetual Heresey, and another church upriver, which looks like a trailer, Our Lady of the Double-Wide.
What, no driving directions?
This is hilarious. BUT It would be funnier if it weren’t so close to home.
Awesome and it would be a wonderful parody if it really was an exaggeration…..
O.L.P.O. could be any Vatican II modernist church. So . . . we could laugh it off as this is just how it is, so let’s keep on strumming our guitars and gettin’ our greasy palms all over the supposed Holy Eucharist . . . or we could find our way back to the One True Faith. We know what Moloch wants us to do. UIOGD,
(Laughing my head off.)
I’ve never seen any Catholic churches like this, but you just described my old Protestant Church to an absolute tee.
Unfortunately, the sacraments were taught to me EXACTLY this way in my so-called Catholic High School!!
Keep speaking the truth Jeff!!
You’re killin’ me!
(The picture reminds me of the year I found that some family joker had slipped a pair of RayBans on the statue on our May altar)
Chesterton would probably have done something like this if he were here today, except it would have been even more satirical. I suggest putting together a book from these type of blog entries.
Good idea Bro. John, the book “Growing up Catholic” did well and it was a funny look at Catholic culture. Jeff could write a book with his spoofs. I suggested a long time ago that someone write a book on St. Blog’s with the best of the posts including plenty of humor.
This could also be the Church of the Emasculated Christ. Father/Mother, brother/sister….do people here not know whether the persons near them are male or female. Or maybe they are taking to the line in “One Bread, One Body”: “…Woman or man, no more….”
isn’t this the church in Lake Woebegone?
In Lake Wobegone, it’s OLO Perpetual Responsibility
I affirm this entry in its okayness.
frankly, I used to think this was funny but I’m not laughing anymore.
The Church of OKness is what kills Catholic evangelism. The Catholicism is talk about and try to live is orthodox but when I get people to come to Mass there is a chasm between the lofty ideals I have talked about and the twaddle seen on any given Sunday.
Why should I stop a non-Catholic friend from recieving communion when they see the parish priest inviting known non-Catholics for communion. Who suffers? Me? Or my friend that now thinks Catholicism is a sham?
No laughing matter.
The problem with OK church people is that they are mediocre, low standard types of people and they think everybody else is too.
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