Saturday, September 2, 2017

Today's sermon

“My dear friends in Christ, today’s sermon concerns dryer lint. It is most egalitarian. Free of prejudice, it merges the roughest of jeans, the most intimate of panties, the hard-working dish cloth, the sweatiest socks, the uniforms of the soldier and the nurse, and the garments of young and old. It’s soft and flexible and blends all colors. It can be recycled into paper and once (and this is true, my dear friends) was transformed into a sculpture of the Blessed Mother and Child. So even from our navels cometh a message from the Lord.”

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