In The Wild: “Pray For Our Priests” and “God Bless Our Bishop” (Z-Swag)

During the Fortnight of Freedom, it is good also to show our bishops some direct and concrete public support.

This faithful and free Catholic American sent me a photo of some of his “Pray For Our Priests” Z-Swag.

Looking good!

To get all your Z-Swag, click HERE!

I thought my “Catholic and Faithful – American and Free” car magnet would come today.  I must still wait.  I am looking forward to seeing how it turned out.

UPDATE:

I received my Catholic and Faithful – American and Free car magnet and mug.

Spiffy!

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3 Responses to In The Wild: “Pray For Our Priests” and “God Bless Our Bishop” (Z-Swag)

  1. Father K says:

    Quick and easy way to get your back window smashed in, or worse. As Catholics it isn’t necessary to go looking for trouble. Trouble will find us. Mugs are one thing, bumper stickers are another.

  2. irishgirl says:

    I’m with you, Father K. Not necessary to go looking for trouble. I had my side window (right passenger side) smashed in this past March. Two bags sitting on the floor in the back seat were stolen, but they and their contents were recovered (thank God) not far away.
    I haven’t put any bumper stickers on the cars I’ve had since 1989.

  3. laurazim says:

    Fr. Z, I received one of your wonderful “God Bless Our Bishop” stickers from Fr. Rick Heilman. We have it proudly displayed on the back window of our (12-passenger) van, next to a Relevant Radio sticker. I was approached by a woman in the parking lot of the grocery store, and she said to me, “I love your bumper stickers!” If a smashed window is what we suffer for praying for our good bishops (and letting the world know that we do, just like when we pray before meals no matter where we are or who is near enough to see and/or hear), then we will gladly suffer. Goodness knows our bishops suffer far greater on behalf of the faith!