Therefore every scribe who has been trained for the kingdom of heaven is like a householder who brings out of his treasure what is new and what is old.
Actually, I thought the sculpture was quite good......for something produced by Year 2 Infant School children.What's that? It wasn't produced by Year 2 Infants?? And somebody actually paid money for this???Ohhhhh... sorry, my mistake.
Fr Tim! Probably not the kind of comment you were expecting, but please let me thank you for being the first man I have ever seen to speak with what is clearly your native accent while wearing clerical dress. It's hard enough to find a priest in Australia willing to give witness with his Roman collar, I can't imagine how much harder it must be in the nursery of Anglophone anti-Catholicism, the UK.
We agree with Joanna - that monstrosity looks like a dangling piece of snot! Perhaps we can include our latest liturgical outreach program (http://totuspius.blogspot.com/2007/06/report-on-latest-liturgical-ministry.html) to encompass some of these secular problems as well. +[[[;-)
Excellent and funny to watch thanks for posting this
You should have gotten a better shot of the thing, itself. I'm still trying to figure out what it's supposed to be. Looks like something out of H.P. Lovecraft.
RB - yes, that's my native accent. Viva Croydon!
Are you sure it hasn't grown out of the ceiling????
I made some remarks about the excrescences at the V&A on my blog on May 30th.
Artistic skill without creativityis called craftsmanship.Creativity without artistic skill is called modern art!MJA
I thought it would do well on the set of a Dr. Who episode from the 70's I vaguely remember. One of the grosser snottier aliens, if I recall.
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