No-one is born a Priest

Sunday, August 24, 2008

A great vocations posted from the Diocese of Raleigh (click for more detail):



Who else played at saying Mass when they were a kid?

(thanks for Fr Z. for this)

6 comments:

Jim Lopez Sunday, August 24, 2008 at 10:33:00 PM PDT  

I once pretended to be a bishop giving Confirmation in a play. I actually felt comfortable wearing the white garb although I made and wore the mitre wrong!

Wearing the white garb brought me a different kind of peace. I'm looking forward to feeling that peace again. Let's continue praying for each other.

Jim Lopez
Manila

vidimusdominum Monday, August 25, 2008 at 5:23:00 AM PDT  

Guilty to the second degree. ;)

Didn't really play Mass but did practice the Consecration and the Per Ipsum doxology.

i also remember attaching a piece of rectangular white paper cut out to a black shirt in imitation of the tab collar.


Cheers,
Paul

Mark Monday, August 25, 2008 at 8:15:00 AM PDT  

*smiles* There seems to be a common thread here...

Of course, you know it's bad when you dream it too! ;-p

Totus Tuus Monday, August 25, 2008 at 11:11:00 AM PDT  

I am guilty of pretending to say Mass once at home. I used a table for an altar, cut "hosts" with a round cookie cutter out of loaves of bread, and used a chalice-shaped cup with grape juice in it for the chalice.

Rachel Gray Tuesday, August 26, 2008 at 5:50:00 PM PDT  

I never played Mass. Perhaps because I was Protestant. :) I was amused to learn from cradle Catholics how common this pasttime is for children! Shows you that Mass has something in it that captures even a child's imagination.

Anonymous,  Monday, June 15, 2015 at 7:37:00 AM PDT  

When were kids, I used to take the role of a priest distributing either leaves or some crisps as communion to my young sisters, that is how my vocation started, and now I am 11 years as a priest. God be blessed for ever.

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