Saturday, April 5, 2008

Fr. Joe

6 comments:

Andrew St.Hilaire said...

Wonder if Fr. Joe knows where the phrase "Hocus pocus" comes from.

Oh, and I almost missed Big Al at the end! Whooooo, could this be that ancient monastic technique of using hand puppets during sermons?

Good grief. St. John Vianney, pray for us.

Tom & Carrie said...

I'm certain he's inspiring many a religious vocation. Just look at the altar boys and girl.

Andrew St.Hilaire said...

Oh definitely. They were bursting at the seems with enthusiasm and reverence for the Mass. I mean, did you see the form of the girl's slouch? It seems to have actualized the ideals contained within Cardinal Ratzinger's "Spirit of the Liturgy." And you must applaud their maturity levels to have comprehended the theological back-flips Fr. Joe was performing during his homily.

Tom & Carrie said...

The intellectual rigor and theological depth of Father's homily was hardly a challenge to these spiritually astute teens. The yawning gave it all away.

Anonymous said...

I tried watching the video... I couldn't make it to the end. Sorry. The singing bunny thing was as far as I could go.

Steve

SyrianCatholic said...

Vapid.