Monday, May 31, 2010

Ecclesialwear...


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I love this scene.

11 comments:

  1. How do you find these things?! It felt like a visual jack chick track! LOL

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  2. The "illuminated" vestments reminds me of one summer in Musical Theatre as an engineering student...we were working on a adaptation of Joseph and the Amazing Technocolor DreamCoat, and I "engineered" every single costume to have lighting effects...plus halos with little sheep figurines going round and round... the Joseph coat was a sight to behold :)

    For some reason this incredible accomplishment never made it into my engineering resume.. :)

    If any of our esteemed clergy is interested I could "illuminate" a cape or vestments.. would be quite stunning during nightime processionals :)

    Yeah yeah--see ya in Confession :)

    Sara

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  3. Marvelous--LOL!

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  4. Aceman5:54 PM

    I loved the thurifers cottas! Maybe I can convince my rector, he's got a "no lace" policy, ahhh, one can only dream...

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  5. my favorite part was the thurifers ... reminds me of tallulah bankhead's comment, "great dress but your purse is on fire."

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  6. I've watch you post these videos before, but I've never been able to appreciate them as the above commenters. If anything, they seem BIZARRE, off-the-wall, and extravagant. This video seems like a cross between Alice in Wonderland and the Nutcracker.

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  7. Bizarre is the right word Tom.

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  8. michael r.9:25 AM

    Surreal might be a better description. It is a little masterpiece of that genre of film making.

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  9. I agree Michael - that is a better description. I always think of this scene when reading a couple of other blogs that are rather attached to cappa magnas and lace. Nothing wrong with that of course.

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  10. This looks like a formation weekend with our laity, religious and priests (LOL!...just kidding!!)...can you pick out Sr. Petra here :<)!! (She'll KILL me if she reads this!!).
    Thanks, Terry!

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  11. Hard to believe, but Fellini was a Catholic!!! I agree with Georgette; looks like it was directed by Jack Chick, or some Freemason, or someone in need of an exorcism.

    Still had to laugh tho. It's a famous scene in that movie, but I never saw it 'til now.

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