Unimaginative Priest Celebrates Themeless Mass

January 23, 2014 by  
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Citing a lack of time and energy, as well as feeling the “total absence of the liturgical muse,” local pastor Fr. Mike Conway this week spent close to no time at all considering a theme for this Sunday’s Mass. “I remember just ten years ago when I could come up here with my jeans and piece of straw in my mouth for a Hillbilly Mass before changing into a Barney costume for my Children’s... Read More

There Was Certainly A Point During My Clown Mass When I Thought, “What The Hell Am I Doing?”

May 23, 2013 by  
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Tuscan, AZ–Pastor of St. Genesius Catholic Church in Tuscan, Arizona Fr. Edmond Harrington confirmed to reporters this afternoon that at one point during his first Clown Mass, he looked at his oversized checkered shoes and thought to himself, “Edmond Reginold Harrington, what the hell are you doing?” “I mean don’t get me wrong, I don’t feel a shred of guilt... Read More

Former LCWR President’s Dynamic Speech May Change Pope’s Mind On Female Ordination

October 8, 2012 by  
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PHOTO: Lisa Johnston ROME––Former President of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, Pat Ferrell, delivered an electrifying speech yesterday to Pope Benedict XVI and top Church officials regarding the necessity of female priests. Many Vatican analysts now believe the speech will be the catalyst to female ordination. “It was one of the most insightful…one of the most... Read More