Church Signs on Papal Visit

You should check out Kansas City Catholic from time to time.  Here is their latest church sign exchange:

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10 Responses to Church Signs on Papal Visit

  1. Richard Oliver says:

    My! What a pleasant exchange unusually wrought!

  2. Lee says:

    Quam bonum et quam jucundum habitare fratres in unum.

  3. Flambeaux says:

    The Church Sign Generator is so cool. That was delightful. :D

  4. sacerdosinaeternum says:

    This was not exactly for the Pope’s visit. It’s been floating around for a few years. Funny still, though!

  5. WT says:

    No, Sacerdosinaeternum. That has not been floating around
    for years. I wrote it last Thursday evening. The idea of
    church signs talking back and forth like is has been done
    before, yes. But not this dialogue.

    WT

  6. KansasCityCatholic’s Lenten sign dialogue was pure internet gold.

    http://kansascitycatholic.wordpress.com/2008/02/04/lenten-fare-2008/

  7. Dave Deavel says:

    I know this will sound picky, but growing up Protestant one notices that the Baptists and the Pentecostals all ended with “amen” after “evil.” No Protestant does this, because they always add, “for thine is the kingdom, the power, and the glory. . .” not knowing that this ending is a liturgical addition and not “in the Bible.”

  8. Strictly speaking, Mr.Deavel– I doubt that Baptists and Pentecostals have a longing for a pope of their own.

  9. Dave Deavel says:

    Wholly Roamin’: Fair enough to an extent. You’d be surprised, however, at how many Prot questions I get about the Pope and his teaching, and even more so during the Conclave. Perhaps they don’t want a Pope of their own, but a good many seem to have a latent desire for ours. . . .

  10. As if the “I’m okay where I’m at, you’re okay where you’re at” kind of ecumenism (the ones that lack any explicit message to convert to Catholicism and is somtimes full of ambiguity) would generate such a mass feeling from protestants the need to have a pope etc. Especially when reading the Holy Father’s recent statements to these sects in the United States; more wishy washy ecumenism with no explicit evangelization, much like JPII.