Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Wish they'd do it here in the Philippines
VATICAN CITY, VATICAN - MARCH 18: Carabinieri police officers intervene as men dress up in fake cardinal gowns in St Peter's Square as workers prepare for the inauguration mass of pope Francis on March 18, 2013 in Vatican City, Vatican. The Inauguration Mass for Pope Francis will take place on March 19, the feast day for St. Joseph. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
Wish they'd have something for fake instituted acolytes, fake commissioned preachers, fake religious, fake priests, fake bishops...
Anywho, we have real priests doing liturgical abuses yet they too don't get uhm..."intervened"!
Dressing up in clerics clothes is no joke.
Only those who need a shrink dress up walking around, claiming to be one.
Case in point.
No, this is not just Teletubbie.
There is a lay person who works in a parish in a diocese in Quezon City, as, get this, Pastoral Assistant & Liturgist, and walks around wearing a clerical collar, while surprisingly, the priests in the parish wear ordinary street clothes! No clericals!
Is the world gone topsy turvy?
No wonder we have this.