WHERE DOES HE FIND THEM?SUNDAY GO TO CHURCH SPECIAL

This record is 3 minutes 37 seconds long. I am offering you 10 days off purgatory per second you get through. That's a possible 2170 days in total. But, to be honest if you get all the way through this song I can't see why you would want any days off purgatory as you are obviously a masochist.

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WHERE DOES HE FIND THEM?SUNDAY GO TO CHURCH SPECIAL — 15 Comments

  1. 37 seconds. About 34 seconds in I thought, “This isn’t so bad!” Then the singing began. Oh the humanity…! Couldn’t get the earphones off fast enough.

  2. Not very whispery, if you ask me. God what an unattractive vibrato he has! Yes, I know. Go ahead. Make a dirty comment, dear MadPriest!

  3. I actually made it through the whole thing. The last ten seconds were OK, since theywere silent…

    “We are Church. YES!”
    Oh dear.

  4. well, if we could set aside snark for a minute :>). I think this is a rather poor effort to use the musical style of V2 – such as Monks of Western Priory, St, Louis Jesuits, etc. They created music to serve the new Liturgy and new spirit after the Mass came out (all of a sudden)in English. AS new and very Protestant theology also burst in, other music was hurriedly written to compete with North American Liturgy stuff and the competition was fierce.
    Now, after the scandals, there is a widening gulf between hierarchy and people, and much emphasis on lay leadership, thus, I think “We Are Church” is a rallying cry and an effort to keep chins and spirits up. I’ll bet the vibrato singer is no spring chicken…….
    Nij

  5. I am absolutely dumbstruck, but give me my 2170 days. It has nothing to do with being a masochist. It has to do with having OCD–once started I doggedly hung in to the end.