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Wednesday, 11 April 2018

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Spotted on Twitter.  

Archbishop sees the light in the naughty room after his Resurrection blunder?


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23 comments:

  1. The Archbishop inspects his new Metropolitan cathedral and regrets blowing the family jewels on Callaghan Square and a couple of highly paid “created” posts therein.

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  2. Bishop permitted 30 minutes a day out of his padded cell chooses to play inside cardboard box.

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  3. Archbishop: Well at least its cleaner than having one's head in the sand! Who's got the sellotape?

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  4. Trying out a prototype for a mini confessional both. For those who have mini sins to confess.

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  5. Homelessness - an increasing problem in Wales. Please make a donation to get these people off the streets and give them a good square meal. Your contribution will help to give people, like John, a roof over their heads and help to restore a little dignity in their lives. All donations gratefully received. Please make your cheques in favour of "Church in Wales in Peril" Thank you.

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  6. "......and you all thought that I could not think outside the box. Tee Hee ."

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  7. How the hell am I supposed to get my mitre on in here?! Seymour Clearly

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  8. I was so looking forward to retirement..but I don't where the missus is going to live.
    Seymour

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  9. My very own Mission Area!

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    1. Join the Church in Wales - the 'Point of No Return'.

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  10. Floella Benjamin12 April 2018 at 17:39

    CinW Playschool. And through the square window it’s little archbishop in his little church preaching to his very big congregation. Shush children, don’t tell him, but nobody’s listening to him!

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  11. Ah, you guys!! Some great captions here. If only our leaders were as creative in matters relating to growth. Keep it up. Fr D+.

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  12. This is my Air-raid shelter
    Ready for anything
    Won’t get me in here!

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  13. Archbishop inspects scale model of his 8th Sacred Space - his new Cathedral - designed specifically for minimum carbon footprint whilst housing his entire congregation under one roof.

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  14. "Welcome to the Church in Wales authentic pop-up church experience...please insert 50p to continue"
    Postie

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  15. Archbishop: The Parsonage Board said I would get new accommodation befitting my office.
    Parsonage Board Inspector: I actually said that he would get new accommodation that would fit in an office.
    Seymour

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  16. ADMIN note
    I understand that some captions have not appeared. The problem occurs after pressing the send button. Instead of receiving a message that the comment will appear after moderation the comment simply disappears. I have no solution and will be pleased to hear from anyone who knows of a fix.

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    1. Over the years this has happened to me quite frequently Ancient Briton.
      The only solution I have found is to re-send the original post completely from scratch.
      The only downside to my solution is that very occasionally, the post will appear twice.

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  17. Archbishop looks to the future as he unveils the last Anglican church in Wales, and himself as the last worshipper to turn the lights out when he reaches retirement.

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  18. Pop up church removes faculty burden.

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  19. Alwyn from Abertawe17 April 2018 at 09:51

    Come on, somebody, please buy the last one left on the shelf.

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  20. As the man said "You don't need the brains of an archbishop"

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