Thursday, September 18, 2008

Liturgical Homophone Corner

Come for tea, come for tea my people

Oh, the bloody shed

Thanks Peter God

Arseholes and bodies to be a living sacrifice

Follow Julie

Our Father in heaven; Harold be your name

6 comments:

fotofill said...

Lettuce pray as our saviour tortoise.

Caroline Too said...

I have an uncomfortable feeling that your homophones would mean more to most folk than their spiritual counterparts...

... by the way, on your recommendation read "So many ways to begin"... very moving, surprising in little but very real ways... does that make sense?

Mr Gnome said...

And from my Catholic childhood: 'Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee. Blessed art thou a monk swimming....

Kathryn said...

Oh the tie had wings of angels

LankyAnglican said...

Our Father who art eleven, Harold be thy name

RuthJ said...

Can a mother's tender care cease towards the Child She-Bear?