Coming to you on EWTN!
Our brand new show is a story of clergy and laity with extraordinary liturgical abilities who fight against the various liturgical catastrophes around the world. Our liturgical heroes do not have superhuman abilities, but follow the supernatural inspirations of grace in the reform of the reform.
Our heroes include Pope Benedict XVI, Cardinal Pell, Cardinal Hoyos, Cardinal "do-it-yourself liturgy is over" Arinze, Monsignor Marini, Father "Slavishly accurate liturgical translations" Z, Father Fessio S.J., Helen Hull Hitchcock, Jimmy Akin, Colin Donavan, Shawn Tribe and a cast of thousands dedicated to protecting and enriching the liturgy.
Each week our heroes fight against villains that do no simply rollover at the mention of the GIRM. A good action show requires capable villains that you love to hate and you won’t be disappointed by villains such as Bishop Fishperson and his hordes of liturgist minions such as Syler the liturgist who has the power to suck the beauty out of anything he touches. Though this is actually a common power to most liturgists who suck the liturgy dry of beauty in the name of relevance. Each week you will be sitting on the edge as you wonder will the heroes defeat the plans of Fr. Richard S. Vosko in his latest wreckovation scheme or whether a clown Mass will go on as scheduled.
So whether our heroes are fighting to protect against attempts to quash the Extraordinary Form of the Mass or ensuring that the Ordinary Form of the Mass is celebrated as it was intended you will stand up and cheer as our heroes go up against the worst of liturgical villains each week.
"Heroes" is an epic drama that chronicles the lives of those protecting the liturgy and go beyond just griping and moaning about it. This is must see TV to save our litugy.
That is so good, I snatched it for my background! 🙂
…and making a special appearance in a part reminiscent of the Gotham City DA (Dark Knight) will be Apb LeFebvre.
Get the scripts written, I want to see this.
lol, this is awesome, I’m posting a link on my blog and facebook.
Excellent, very funny!
I’d set MY VCR…..
Glad to see Marini II’s picture in there.
But don’t be too quick to label people “villain.” We believe in redemption, Syler seems to have experienced a conversion, no?
(Save the Liturgy, save the World)
Thanks for this post.
It is always important for us to remember to pray for the proper and reverent celebration of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church.
We are far from being out of the woods yet.
Also, thanks be to God for good parishes like St. Agnes in St. Paul, MN, Assumption Grotto in Detroit, and St. John Cantius in Chicago.
Another place of great liturgical renewal is Norcia, Italy, where the Benedictine community is going great things.
Oh, I LOVE IT! Too bad I can’t get EWTN…
And if I had a blog or a website, I’d put this on it!
Great job, Jeff!
do not fret…you can get EWTN…they’re on the web.
This was funny although your inclusion of Jimmy Aiken and Shawn Tribe makes this look a bit concerning. Good faithful and intelligent people? Sure. But they’re not to be compared to The Holy Father.
Where can I get the Poster????
The inclusion of Akin (a.k.a Ak-man), a man with no clerical powers, in the Justice League Eternal has always been a subject of criticism from those outside the League. From within the league, however, his teammates hold him in high regard despite his solitary ways.
Consider the following excerpt from J’onn P’olzz the Polish Man-ichaean Hunter: “you must feel very vulnerable with no clerical powers, but you do not have to prove yourself to us, you are a valued member of the team: ne timite”.
Ak-man is currently challenging some impractical definitions of “formally leaving the Church” in an attempt to validate marriages of former Catholics including high profile cases such as Sarah Palin. While he has no extra-ordinary powers, Ak-man also doesn’t suffer from the usual weakness of being mostly ineffective against Haugen-ite radiation.
j-I can’t get EWTN on the web with the laptop computer I have. I tried when I had access at home (dial-up), but the pictures were blurred and the sound never caught up with the pictures.
I can only go online at the library…..phooey….