Friday, March 14, 2008

Chapel Dedication

It is about time that we give an update on construction of St. Leo the Great Chapel. We have been interviewed by WVLT for some upcoming report of theirs. At first I thought is had to do with the imminent debate for the next Bishop of Knoxville, but it in fact was related to the topic of urban blight. The man seemed to have short-term memory problems, since he would frequently ask "What are you doing about the situation?" and I would reply, "Just look around you!" and he would respond "I know. What are you going to do about it?" I also assured him that we are members of the City of God, not the City of Man, and thus are not bound to secular building codes.


Here are some photos of our progress:


Next week we plan to install the keystone of the main arch, which brings me to our next announcement:

All are Cordially Invited to

SOLEMN HIGH MASS

in Commemoration of the Dedication of the Keystone of

SAINT LEO THE GREAT CHAPEL

Knoxville, TN

March 20, 2008

3 comments:

Agent Smith said...

Fr. Chad,

We need to talk soon concerning the Borgias. There are some things you need to know about them.

Agent Smith

Hardliner said...

"Cordially invited" to Mass???

Surely we are "obliged to attend", or have you also gone lax just like the modernist SSPX?

And what is this about "all" being invited to Mass? Heretics, pagans, unbelievers, women who pretend to be priests and those with tambourines? Surely they are not "invited". False ecumenicism, just like the pagan-lover in the Vatican!

radtradchad said...

I do apologize, hardliner, but the invitations were pre-printed