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Stephen Colbert, Lord of the Dance

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

I confess to being a shameless fan of Stephen Colbert. (I once said of him, “I worship the water he walks on.”) And now, there’s something new to feed my fixation: a website about the Catholic Colbert.

Hat tip to fair Amy for this — and it’s truly priceless.

As a friend described the video below: “Everything that’s wrong with liturgy in 45 seconds!”

Check it out. You won’t be disappointed.



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Joe

posted June 14, 2007 at 10:48 pm


Wow.I have to admit – listening to that brings back memories of Mass during the early 80’s …It also brings a smile to my face.By the way, Greg, thanks for posting that. I will have that tune in my head for the rest of the day!



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