"The age of casual Catholicism is over, the age of heroic Catholicism has begun. We can no longer be Catholics by accident but instead we must be Catholics by conviction."
Fr Terrence Henry
I don't get your point. And I am a practicing Catholic with a B.A. in Psychology.
Puff. That's probably why.
Puff, my apologies, that was meant to be a funny remark but, on re-reading it I realised that one needs a knowledge of the state of the church in the UK to fully appreciate it. Therefore, it was mis-placed humour. Sorry.
Still trying to figure this one out. From the last picture I deduce that it cannot have any British application because it shows the wrong side of the road!
Blancmange and a white feather made me think of Bishops, though I would be hard-pressed to explain why. Something to do with a lack of backbone, perhaps? But the doughnut, weather vane and winding road have me stumped...
Well done Mac, doughnut equals the magic circle (a bit obscure, I agree) weathervane blows whichever way the prevailing wind wants it to go and....who knows what's down the road!Patricius - too much thought!
His name was +Vi--i-innnn,...and it's a si-i-i-innn,..that he ever got i-innnn,to Westminster fair,...now it's not funny,...we're not happy bunnies,...the outlook's not sunny,in Westminster fair!
Who could it be?