Parody Laetare Sunday by Jeffrey Miller March 2, 2008 written by Jeffrey Miller March 2, 2008 My parody from last year for Vestmints for those who suffer with Laetare intolerance. 3 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Loosening the orthodoxies next post Honors You may also like Wintermint Soldier Investigation March 3, 2004 Slippery Slope Publishing Presents March 21, 2004 Universal Pentecost Translator May 16, 2005 GPS September 18, 2007 The 7 habits of Highly Effective Religious January 17, 2006 Deep Six the Sixties July 24, 2007 Moloch's return October 21, 2007 Bottled Water for Sunday only Christians May 12, 2004 The Writing on the Wall November 14, 2005 The Tan Commandments September 29, 2004 3 comments Maureen March 3, 2008 - 12:57 pm 1. They’re not too expensive if you make ’em yourself. I guarantee that a few bolts of really good fabric are a lot less expensive than a really good coffee table book. 2. If you don’t want pink, pick another shade of rose. Dusty red. Salmon orange. Any sunrise color you want. 3. If you’re too manly to hate pink, you’re too manly to wear violet. And yet, you wear that, don’t you? (Unless you’re some kind of blue vestment wimp.) 4. If you don’t like showing the Lord’s dawn coming and lightening the unrelenting violet gloom of Lent, you are not thinking and feeling with the Church. You probably kick puppies, too. 🙁 Maureen March 3, 2008 - 12:58 pm That was the indefinite “you” modifying “Laetare Haters”, and thus not directed at Jeff or any of you reading this. mary March 3, 2008 - 11:26 pm I will say that my priest at school usually wears pink/rose for Laetare (and Gaudate) Sunday, but this year we had tragedy on campus and his choice to stick with the violet he wears every other day of Lent was wise. Comments are closed.