And pray tell what should I do with the Swiss Guard's Naughty Locker Room calendar I got you? People are starting to think you are fickled:)
That seems an awful lot like a "Na na na na na-nee you can't have me!" calendar. I'd stick with the Swiss guards if I were you. At least they're available.
Kat, Kat, Kat.I'll say it again.If I were to post drooling pics of nun cuties (of which there are several wimpled dimples in Hanceville and Ann Arbor), would I earn a laugh? Now be a good girl. It's Friday. For your penance I prescribe a nice cold shower and an Ernest Borgnine movie.
That's all nice and all , I mean I love to look at beautiful priests too but why pay when you can get a free and magnificent 2011 Fatima Calendar from America Needs Fatima. I know you'll love it too :)
It's understandable because these are men of faith and character. The priests in the Eastern rite can marry, so I hope you meet one of those.
I'm getting old, because I can only think: How young they are and how wonderful that Jesus and his mother have some new boys to take up the fight...Oh and thank you CC for the Gerard Bulter yesterday.
They're cute lads but no........
I had this last year! When the year was finished I just kept the photos ... for environmental purposes of course....
http://www.ladyofthelakeparish.org/m_h/images/Tabernacle.JPGOur Tabernacle is seated between the Worship Space and our Mother Teresa Day Chapel. The base of the pedestal incorporates the deep Church symbolism of shocks of wheat while the top of the pedestal is in the shape of a cross laced with the grapes and leaves of the “Fruit of the Vine.” The sides of the Tabernacle are designed with a basket of bread and a chalice. The unique two-door design of the Tabernacle allows access from both the Worship Space and the Mother Teresa Day Chapel. Both doors are adorned by a gold leaf cross. A stained-glass sunburst seems to emanate from the Tabernacle, showering the Day Chapel and Worship Space with brilliant golden rays. The sanctuary lamp above the Tabernacle, when lit, signals to us the presence of the Body and Blood of Christ in the Tabernacle in the form of consecrated hosts. The lamp symbolically represents the light of Christ and the light that is inside each one of us as Christians. May it remain eternally lit! for the new competition ;)
Calm down, dear."Fr. Whattawaste" calendar for Christmas?Please consult your spiritual director:<p!
Uh, no, dear Father....This lovely calendar helps us remember to, uhhh.. PRAY for them.. :)Yes, yes..that's it :)Sara
Smiley, wow....just, wow.
So, after Vatican II are Catholics allowed to consume Beefcake on Fridays? :)
Oh. My. Stars.
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