Link Making a Sash of themselves by Jeffrey Miller May 16, 2005 written by Jeffrey Miller May 16, 2005 David Morrison at Sed Contra covers some of the Rainbow Sash silliness and unpacks some quotes. Amy Welborn posts a commenter’s first hand account in St Paul-Minneapolis: 6 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Mary: Grace and Hope in Christ next post Faith Frames You may also like How to read a homily January 26, 2006 Galileo Redux August 16, 2005 Superbowl February 1, 2004 Victor Victorious May 23, 2003 Catechism changes October 31, 2006 Recount February 23, 2006 Four Year Feasts February 29, 2008 Mary's car again January 4, 2007 Secondary causes October 8, 2006 Veerrry Interdicting August 11, 2006 6 comments Lucy May 16, 2005 - 3:12 pm Great article!!! I though what was said here by David Morrison was one of the best explianations of how and why following Christ is goin to difficult for some, but is what is being asked by us all. Be you gay, straight, rich, or poor. Dirty robes won’t get you into the banquet, but their are those that think by wearing a rainbow sash, you won’t notice their robes are stained. (Yes there is a dress code) Reply Teresa May 16, 2005 - 5:31 pm Where were the ushers? Bring in the Knights of Colombus. Reply Lucy May 17, 2005 - 1:00 am Amen to that Teresa! Bring in the Knights… Reply midwestmom May 17, 2005 - 1:31 am The KC’s need to inaugurate a new degree of Knights, complete with the swords, dispatched to defend the Eucharist against these people. And we’ll call them Rainbow Slashers! Reply Teresa May 17, 2005 - 8:19 am It does seem to make for a good case to bring back communion rails (to thwart ne’rdowells from rushing the Blessed Sacrament) and mandatory kneeling and receiving on the tongue. And what was that little plate that the altar boys used to hold under your chin lest the Eucharist should accidentally fall? We should re-equip servers with them… and bonk folks on the head who get grabby or make political statements at church! Reply Christine May 17, 2005 - 2:34 pm I hear that the Knights Templar had been reinstated by John Paul II. Could the Crusaders of old take on the new enemies of the Church? Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.