Attention Australian bishops: why not hold Mass at Bunnings?

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21 Responses to Attention Australian bishops: why not hold Mass at Bunnings?

  1. C.L. says:

    Alas, there isn’t a congregation in the country that could match that singing.

  2. Infidel Tiger King says:

    Notice the Walmart employees joined the service.

    In Bunnings one of the nazi shoplift greeters would probably spray you with a fire hydrant.

    America is different.

  3. PK says:

    There are still some gonads on display in America. Not much chance of the pantywaists we have become getting into a bit of civil disobedience. Unless, of course, you want to respray a few historical monuments and wave around BLM/Antifa flags.

  4. Judge Dredd says:

    Just fires to show that the churches have forgotten not to follow the authority of this realm. They should be turning to the authority of God

  5. C.L. says:

    Yes, the idea that the Australian bishops would ever dream of endangering their golden cash cow – government – by encouraging rebellion and a return to worship is, well …

    Ahahahahahahaha.

    Would never happen.

  6. Chris M says:

    Love it, terrific CL!

  7. Megan says:

    You’d have to find a bishop with a spine.

  8. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Wait for a BLM protest and hold the service then.
    Plod would be reticent to arrest you because optics.
    And the Antifa kiddies’ head would all explode!

  9. Bulldog says:

    Unless your a tradie you wont be holding Mass in Bunnings down here in the land of the free.

  10. cuckoo says:

    Unless your a tradie you wont be holding Mass in Bunnings down here in the land of the free.

    Well, Jesus was a carpenter…

  11. Len says:

    In the name of the father, the son and the spirit level.

  12. mundi says:

    “ Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof”

    Does that apply to the states, or just the feds?

  13. Franx says:

    The sentiments are all well and good – they would be even better if they stood the test of Sunday morning’s Melbourne fun run. Who knows, a priest or even a bishop with spine might come to bless the occasion.

  14. John A says:

    Megan #3538788, posted on August 7, 2020, at 12:06 pm

    You’d have to find a bishop with a spine.

    Cardinals are still bishops; does anyone have George Pell’s mobile number?

  15. Judge Dredd says:

    When your funding and tax free status comes from the government then there is a strong incentive to cuck to the earthly authorities.

  16. Roger says:

    You’d have to find a bishop with a spine.

    The last one of those just spent 400 + days in prison.

  17. Old Lefty says:

    Most of the ‘churches’ built since 1960 are indistinguishable from Bunnings anyway.

  18. Squirrel says:

    It’s been happening for some years, now – that’s why we have the green religion, so that people who want to sleep in on Sunday can still feel good about themselves, and then go shopping to Bunnings etc. after a leisurely brunch.

  19. Kneel says:

    “Does that apply to the states, or just the feds?”

    When they agreed to join the union, they also agreed to abide by the same rules, so yes, binding on states too. Freedom of religion, freedom of speech, the right to own and bear arms, to a fair and timely trial etc etc, all binding on state govs.

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