Link Mary's car again by Jeffrey Miller January 4, 2007 written by Jeffrey Miller January 4, 2007 One of my readers suggests that Mary’s car would be a hybrid and not a Fiat as I have suggested. 5 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post The Holy Name of Jesus next post I support the church's view on protection of embryonic life You may also like They don't call it La La Land for... November 20, 2005 Do some brain cell aerobics August 1, 2003 Illustrated Childrens Books May 30, 2003 Blog Stuff October 17, 2003 Studies in contrast April 22, 2005 Catholic Kerry Watch April 18, 2004 If the Gather Hymn Book was a… March 7, 2006 I celebrate Christmas December 5, 2005 Learn to juggle June 5, 2003 Undocumented Pope June 2, 2007 5 comments Mary Ellen January 4, 2007 - 9:52 am I’m not sure what Mary drives, but I saw her son’s car the other day on the Interstate. I know it was Him because I saw his license plate: JESUS LVS on the back of the car. First, my husband said it might have been some Spanish guy named Jesus, but the scripture of John written on the back window was a dead giveaway. Another thing…I was trying to take a picture of the car with my cell phone, but he was speeding…right past a cop taking radar! The cop never saw him I guess, which is further proof it was Jesus. We all know he can walk on water, but it was never written in the Bible that he can also go undetected by radar. Reply patrick January 4, 2007 - 1:18 pm After all, in Heaven you could own multiple cars and still use all of them. So, the Apostles have their Accord, Our Lady has her Fiat and Prius, I do wonder what God the Father drives? Does he share a car with Jesus and the Holy Spirit? After all, they’re One in Three, right? Reply semperficatholic January 4, 2007 - 7:03 pm After all, they’re One in Three, right? Well I suppose they could find something at Sams Club since everything comes in 3s. 🙂 Reply Brian January 5, 2007 - 2:17 am Maybe Mary went through several cars, but back in Acts 2:14 she and the apostles had only one accord, and they had to share this with some other women, and the brothers of Jesus. Peter had some pretty hard decisions to make – after all he was given the keys. Reply Naomi January 5, 2007 - 7:08 am Mary Ellen, you obviously missed the mystic significance of that license plate. Jesus Elvis. Only the faithful still see him. Pilgrimages to Graceland daily… Reply Leave a Reply to Mary Ellen Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.