horrifying evangelicals …

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It will horrify your evangelical dinner guests when your five year son takes their glass of red wine and waves it over his head singing “Behold the Blood of Christ”.

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  • Yes, I think that would be quite true, but would make for some interesting dinner discussion if things got dull. ha,ha.

  • hahaha, interesting, but I don’t know if Jesus would like to be consecrated in glass 😉

  • My 3 year old granddaughter, who had been taught exactly how to steeple her fingers to look like a “candle flame” and to make a cross with her thumbs, looked over at her Grandmother and said “NO like THIS!”

  • CC, I think you might be raising a vocation there!

  • I so want to share custody with this child. He is beyond adorable! And I agree with Roman Sacristan.As for your guests, who knows – maybe it’s made them remember something which is a very good thing. My brother goes to a Church of Christ with his wife and my dad called him a Protestant. When my brother said it really wasn’t a Protestant church, my dad quickly said, “There is only one church – Catholic. Everyone else is a Protestant.” My dad cracks me up.

  • MR – your dad is correct! Yay, Dad!

  • “And a child shall lead them…”

  • LOL! But don’t worry, they’re already scandalized enough that you even HAVE wine in the house…JB

  • Hey i think your kid might have a vocation to holy orders. Immitation leads to assimilation etc etc