Via Greg Krehbiel comes the following picture.
The question is were the words of consecration "This Buds for you"? I can’t figure out if the eyes of the deacon say rapt attention or "what the heck is he using for a chalice?"
Considering the rest of the picture with the wooden bowls and vestments, unfortunately this is probably not a photoshopped picture.
I do think I found a picture of the organ used.
Coincidentally Joseph Bottum of First Things linked to this working beer bottle organ today.
Well, how do we know its a Catholic Mass and not an Episcopal Church service?
looks like he is using salad bowls :o)
I honestly think the deacon is about to say, “Dude, I paid for the Leinenkugel’s, pass it down!”
PLEASE let this be an invalid consecration. Our Lord’s Precious Blood is not a beer-like substance and should not be carted around as if it was.
I would like to think that these guys found it very difficult to keep a straight face, particularly the “presider” (sorry, but “celebrant” seems very out of place with this pic) with his intense stare. I hope they both burst out laughing, the second after this photo was snapped, saying, “Dude! Do you think anyone is gonna fall for that!?“
I had seen that top picture, I think in the Closed Cafeteria, with some caption like “When supper was ended, he took the stein”.
This has to be the Wurst Liturgy.
It’s really really sad. I mean, it’s funny. but it’s sad. It’s sad that it’s funny. Or funny that it’s so sad. I can’t tell.
I think I went to that church in college.
Isn’t that a shot from the Mos Eisley Cantina in Star Wars?
But what about the funky candles? Is this the next step for First Communicants after they’ve made their felt banner?
Those smaller cups look like something from a soda fountain. Did someone order an egg cream?
“Noble simplicity” does not mean cheap.
– Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger
Can anyone make out whats written on the window. It aint English Im sure. Maybe its a store and this is an advert?
ach unsa *whatevers in the middle* lindheit? German?