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It’s Flu Season – Take Out Your Wipes and Face Masks

October 8th, 2010, Promulgated by Gen

If you’re easily offended and/or have no sense of humor, please don’t watch this. We all know how much liberals love to make a big deal over hand-sanitizer at Mass – just bear that in mind as you watch.

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9 Responses to “It’s Flu Season – Take Out Your Wipes and Face Masks”

  1. Bill B. says:

    A little over the top to say the least. I wonder if this was a parity of some sort. Just does not have the feel of a real mass. Could be something done to cause awarness somewhere. Opinion: even here, I think this would be looked down on.
    Where did it come from?

  2. Anonymous says:

    I believe it came from the Mass that was celebrated at St. Ambrose church last Sunday. Wasn’t that Fr. Werth?

  3. LoyalViews says:

    Haha. God Bless himm. He forgot the chasuble! GRRR!
    I thought this was the Theatre of the Word, at first!

  4. Vox Clara says:

    He may have used Eucharistic Prayer 5, but at least he knows how ti translate “pro multis.”

  5. Ink says:

    …I’m pretty sure it’s just a parody… I can’t imagine this being used in a real Mass…

  6. Bill B. says:

    My last post must have made it to your spam collector. I researched this and it is from a Canadian Anglican congregation. Not our diocese. We could, by not identifying this as lableing this something that it isn’t–Rochester, NY. We could cause more harm than good. Just look at Anonymous 9:11. Am I reaching at straw here? If we correct, let’s correct here, not Canada, unless we identify then, correct.

  7. Dr. K says:

    Bill, I checked and didn’t see it in there. There was a post in the spam bin from someone else for the Bishop Clark & music article, but I couldn’t find yours.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Bill B. Are you kidding? That post from Anon 9:11 was obviously a joke. Man! What a stiff!

  9. Bill B. says:

    Remember that when you read something, it may appear to be something seen one way by one person and not something obvious. I’d rather be a stiff, I guess as far a humor is concerned. It’s like trash. One man’s trash is another’s gold. No biggie though.

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