A parish car, perhaps?

Lot’s of parishes have a car, for the practical use of the staff.

This could have been parked along side the Railians at St. Mary’s in Brisbane last Sunday.

From one of my daily sites, Engrish.

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  1. Tom says:

    No, needs to be RHD

  2. Byzshawn says:

    Gee thanks Fr. Z., now I have yet one more way to kill time.
    Engrish is hiralious!

  3. Dan says:

    Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha!!! Hilarious Padre.

    I think the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence out in San Francisco have vehicle like that also.

  4. John Enright says:


  5. Dawn says:

    Hey, someone stole my parish van and took a picture! : )

    Thanks, that was a good laugh.

    I agree with Byzshawn, now I have one more site to be wasting time on.

  6. Funny Father.

    and the vehicle is banana colored!! [hey, there are no dancing banana emoticons for this comment box Father! What’s with THAT? LOL]

  7. wsxyz says:

    Fyi: This van is from the “Korean Apostolic Church of Christ” and states that theirs is a “church bringing forth good fruits”. The blue lettering above the license plate advertises their kindergarten program.

  8. I love that website (engrish.com). It’s pretty often that it cracks me up to the point of tears.

  9. Peter says:

    The van says “Korean Presbyterian Church”. And the licence plate indicates it is from Seoul Korea. It is embarrassing, as a native Korean, to see it.:) There are a lot of “Konglish” (Korean-English) like that.

  10. Peter says:

    I also made a spelling mistake: license :(

  11. Mary says:

    Peter, licence counts too. (Doesn’t it?) It’s just british like ‘colour’ or ‘centre’. Or is that one not British either?

  12. Peter says:

    That’s true. It is British English. Koreans learn American English and Japanese learn British English. In Korea you drive on the right lane like in the States, while in Japan you drive on the left as in Britain. I think that made a difference. :)

  13. Peter says:

    Off the topic: Please pray for the cause for canonization of Fr. Emil Kapuan. He is an American priest who died in a prisoner camp during Korean war. His biography was translated into Korean by Cardinal Jeong and has been widely read by Korean Catholics.

    Related article: “Cause of Canonization Introduced for Korean War Chaplain Fr. Emil Kapuan” http://www.catholicmil.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=641:cause-of-canonization-introduced-for-korean-war-chaplain-fr-emil-kapuan&catid=65:general

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