Thursday, July 5, 2007

I Bring Glad Tidings!

Having counted the proceeds of yesterday's picnic, I believe we have enough to begin construction of the new chapel. Demolition is set for tomorrow.

6 comments:

XXXXXX said...

That's great news, Father. Was Fr. Heidrich able to sneak that book or some of those "blissed" items into the picnic?

Agent Smith

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Sir Rev. Leonard Feeney, HKTTC said...

Huzzah! Tis good tidings, indeed, Father. The heretic scum will doubtlessly increase their despicable slanders of the Truly True Church when they see your beautiful edifice to Truthiness rising above the Knoxville skyline!

Brothers Denzinger, Torquemada, and myself are currently en route to Knoxville in the official HKTTC semi-truck. (I am glad that I will no longer have to bilocate to Knoxville, as it takes a lot out of me.) Our vehicle will be at your disposal for the length of construction.

Additionally, since orders for our ale have been POURING in, the Order would like to donate a portion of the proceeds to the chapel construction fund. A check for $75.38 should be arriving at the rectory later today.

After much consultation with the brothers, I have decided that our novitiate is best located in Knoxville. In that way, we shall provide spiritual support (and physical security!) to the priests of the SSLI as they work to erect the chapel. Who knows what devilish arts or fiendish machinations those apostates of the SPV2 community will utilize to stop this most pious edifice from being completed!

Cordially,
Sir Rev. Leonard Feeney, HKTTC

Hidden One said...

Maybe you could sell the chapel to the SoV2 people, and then demolish it. It seems a waste to break something that isn't theirs.

Rae said...

Are you hiring a wrecking crew, or should we all just show up with axes and things? (It seems a shame to spend money when we could all hone our destructive skills.)

Hidden One said...

"(It seems a shame to spend money when we could all hone our destructive skills.)"

Skills that could, say, one day be used on the labrynth at SoV2FC.