I’d rather have my teeth pulled out…

than have to sit through this stuff for an hour, or 5 minutes.



HT to http://badvestments.blogspot.com/




Once again, I am speechless.



21 Responses

  1. Oh, boy… Thanks for sharing.

  2. Hmmmm……

  3. I was thinking the same thing.

  4. Now I remember why I stopped attending (we didn’t have the carnival figures, but everything else is old hat).

  5. What do the puppet people have to do with anything???

  6. I’m sure Mr. Potato Head would have loved it

  7. ……
    P.S. – Sorry, forgot to tell you great post!

  8. They lost me at the dancers. Plus they are not really very good singers. Where do you find this stuff???

  9. Like a dog to its own vomit I return, drawn by the spectacle that amazes and disgusts.

  10. A travesty! It’s sad to see so many older folk involved in this foolishness.

  11. This was mind numbingly bad.
    I finally got the chance to watch this and I kept shaking my head during that first song. I knew I recognized the tune, but their “rewritten” lyrics kept me baffled for a minute. That may possibly be the worst “rewrite” of a hymn I have ever heard and after looking them up online (I actually found the whole text if anyone is interested in knowing what they are singing at first) and discovering that it is apparently a Catholic song, I am totally confused. I saw the priest (minister, clergy?!?) with wine at the communion table. I didn’t think the Catholics did that.
    Do you know what denomination this travesty belongs to Steve?

  12. Jeff,

    I don’t know. To be honest, I couldn’t make it past about 15 seconds worth.

  13. This is one of the more bizarre and surreal things I’ve seen.

    The puppet-figure people with the huge heads looked like some bizarre aliens standing there behind the priest/pastor during Communion. I almost thought I was watching a lost episode of Dr. Who!

  14. The Bad Vestments site says that they are “a small group of left-wing Catholics.”

  15. I know what you mean, Dawn.

    I have a sneaking suspicion that it was an ELCA church. But these days, it could been almost anybody.

  16. Ahhh…ok.

    That makes sense…even though it is ridiculous.

  17. “But these days, it could been almost anybody.”

    Yeah, all the liberal churches pretty much sound the same regardless of denomination – whether they’re Catholic, Episcopalian, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Methodist, or whatever. They should just all merge into one big “Liberal Church of America.” That way it would at least be truth in advertising.

    I’ve never seen those weird puppets before in ANY setting, though … who were they even supposed to be?

  18. “They should just all merge into one big “Liberal Church of America.” That way it would at least be truth in advertising.”

    Amen! Good idea. They may! (I hope they do)

    Those big puppets were certainly scary enough.

    I sure hope that Jesus wasn’t supposed to be one of them. Could you imagine what that could do to a kid?

    (a kid? – the thing gave me nightmares!)

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