For Crying Shame...
Well, now, I'll show you the living room... as you can see, Mildred's got a real thing for plants. What's that? Oh, that's just a box for our friend, he likes to listen to the plants too, and boy does he love sitting in the sun!
Hmmm... and this is in a medical center chapel. Do you think this helps patients feel better?
Wow. Never in a million years would I have thought you could wreck THAT image!
St. Patrick's Seminary tabernacle and "tet decorations", whatever the heck that means. And it used to be such a pretty place before they wreckovated it...
Well, it is from Canada. Apparently it's cold out so they built Jesus an igloo!
Behold, the chisel head of God.
Perhaps it's in Gaelic... can someone interpret please?
Jesus is so special to us that we gave him a cardboard box to live in!
The Jesus Crusher?
They say this is to represent the sun. Shouldn't it be to reserve the Son?
"And halfway along on our tour, I really want to tell you how NORMATIVE our parish is, we are so normative I can't even begin to tell you how! But, look, we definitely are, after all we keep Jesus off of our altar, nosirre, no Jesus on OUR altar, instead we keep him over here in this spare room! See, I told you were were NORMATIVE!" (Take the tour yourself)
It's melting, it's melting!
The Tree Spirit seems to be out right now, but if you "leaf" your name I'm sure he will "fall" on you again some time.
The pillar of fire without the fire.
Who said resistence is futile? It's not futile, it's... ok, it is futile after all.
Proudly displayed in the Marin (not Marian?) Catholic chapel in Kentfield, CA.
The Eagle has landed at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in Midland MI!
Earth to Irish Jesuits, Earth to Irish Jesuits...
What IS it with those Irish anyway?
You know, the saddest part is that A) most of these are ones I haven't seen on any of the other "watchdog" blogs, and B) I found them all within about 10 minutes searching on Google images for "catholic tabernacle". Yikes.