Monday, July 24, 2006

New from the Catholic Sign Company

The Catholic Sign Company is pleased to introduce the following new signage products...

23 comments:

Esther said...

LOL! I really enjoyed my visit today. Wonder how I missed your blog before. Well, I will be placing it under my favorites so that won't happen again :-)

The Dumb Ox said...

Thanks Esther!

Adoro Te Devote said...

Hilarious!

Um....I'm not sure if you might have done this on purpose, but you misspelled "Intellect"

Awesome! (Oh, and as someone just starting on the Liturgy Commission at my parish...I'm placing my vote to bring in qualified musicians!) :-)

catholicandgop said...

Awesome. I'm not sure which is my favorite, maybe the Kissling one. Thanks for the laughs. :)

Brian Michael Page said...

The Ox posts yet another gem! Keep up the good work!
BMP

The Dumb Ox said...

Thanks guys, i'm glad you enjoyed it - and yes i did make a grave error of spelling!

Kevin said...

Dear Ox, that was very nice. I've been watching your site ever since Survivor Liturgy Island part 1. Is part 2 coming up soon?

aaron said...

Sensational! Once again well done!

Roman Sacristan said...

Well done. I think those would actually brighten up some of the more drab, modern looking churches especially the ones that look like an industrial facility anyway. LOL.
Keep it up.

The Dumb Ox said...

Hi Kevin,

Things have been very busy on Survivor Liturgy Island, and we have also had some problems getting reports off the island so we have had to delay the next installment, but it is coming soon!

The Dumb Ox said...

The wait is over...

Survivor Litrugy Island Part Two is now posted.

Brian Michael Page said...

Oh, btw ---
when I plugged your first Survivor episode on my blog, I changed the slogan to "Outsing, Outpray, Outworship".

BMP

Noisy Parish Award said...

On a similar note, why not pay us a visit!

http://www.noisyparishawards.blogspot.com/

Our own hazard rating system or noise in parishes may be of help to you.

Sheryl said...

Will liturgical dancers actually be shot on "site" (not taken somewhere else first) or will they be shot on "sight" (when seen)? Or, ideally, both?

Georgette said...

These signs are hilarious! I especially like the one that says "notice: .... stand here and wait for lightening to strike you" ROFLLLLLLLL

Terrific blog! I'm bookmarking it!

Paul N. said...

Hey Ox, I think these things would make great post cards - I have a greeting card company (www.tradegreetings.com) and am the proud pappa of Better In Latin (www.betterinlatin.com). Email me if you'd be interested!

Martin O'Shea said...

A graphic novel which may interest visitors to your blog is available from:

www.forbiddenplanet.co.uk

'The Least Among Us' explores the response of the Church to suffering in itself and a preview is available at: http://www.all-creatures.org/fol/ann-theleast.html

Whilst the book challenges certain attitudes and dogma it remains a Catholic (if underground) comic.

All best wishes,

Martin

mojave19 said...

How about a sign saying "True Catholics: Remove your brain before entering"?
Really, think it through, friends, before you demonize Catholics who question and speak out on Catholic practices, norms, and attitudes (which is not the same as questioning core theology) or the National Catholic Reporter (with its very sharp and thoroughly professional writers such as John Allen) who know how to investigate, analyze, and lift the carpet to show what we'd rather not see.
Catholics who can face what the Holy Father has termed "the filth in the Catholic Church" and still remain devout to me seem far more like people of faith than those who ignore or refuse to question.

If this is such a bad thing, imagine if you were sent back to earlier days when many of our top Church leaders blatantly said and did all kinds of hideous things on supposedly sound theological grounds--reviling women, persecuting Jews and people of other Faiths, siding with political powers, etc.
Would intelligent and prayerful Catholic dissent per se then be evil--or possibly even saintly?

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bradhoss said...

I feel like going to a few sign companies and getting some of these made, and then put some up around Chicago, just to see the reactions from people.

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Sillowine sanderson said...

This was a well-served visit! Sometimes you can make some really funny signs! What should I know before telling my ideas to the sign companies in Chicago?

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