Thursday, November 30, 2006

Gorgeous Clergy Shout-Out

PeaceBang swoons with admiration!!

Props to the Cathedral Church of the Advent of Birmingham for having totally beautiful photos of their clergy, all of whom are absolutely impeccably turned out and have lovely, warm, inviting smiles. Soak in the beauty at:

http://tinyurl.com/yhdxds

Those Episcopalians. They always look so smart, and they make the best g & t's.

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Blogger boyinthebands said...

I think this diocese has or had a reputation of being a bit better for Gen-Xers than others. Will have to ask Hubby who was involved in that sort of thing a decade or more ago.

But did you catch all the Diocese of South Carolina/military and military school/VTS references? Must be ship-shape and low-church.

A nice, unobtrusive downtown cathedral. Visited it during UUMA Convo a few years ago.

11:01 PM  
Blogger a rev. said...

Speaking of well-dressed clergy, I was very impressed with the Pope's gorgeous vestments, showcased in his high-profile visit to Turkey.

But someone MUST advise him to don some under-eye concealer. The Holy Father is in serious need...

11:18 PM  
Blogger Church Hopper said...

Wow, those are good pics. Our church always looks like that stuffy Lutheran church from 50 years ago in pictures.

10:54 AM  
Blogger Mrs. M said...

On behalf of Anglicans everywhere, I thank you for your kind words.

8:01 PM  
Blogger Maggie said...

They look pretty, but how are their politics? Their prior dean is now dean of an extremely conservative Episcopal seminary in PA. I'll take lefties in Birks, thanks.

9:48 PM  
Blogger Miss Kitty said...

Not all Episcopalians are conservative! In many towns (especially small Southern ones), the Episcopal church is the best, most liberal place you can attend services. And if you've been to any hellacious (no pun intended) services at super-conservative churches down South, you'll know that feeling: "I have GOT to get my kids out of here before they start wailing about the Teletubbies are going to hell." So not all of us are that way. Only a few here and there.

Thank you for the bartending compliment, PB. You should also try the Episcopalian Mimosa at our pancake-breakfast fundraisers. :-P

9:19 PM  

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