09 January 2007

The Church of Brunch.

Fr. Ference considers a new (but not really) "Church":

Finally, the community is just about ready to approach the table of fellowship—but not until they first raise their heads and join together in a Johnny Cash number. Seeing that his most recent albums have been coated in religious imagery and metaphor, reaching back into the vault and flat-picking a hearty version of “Folsom Prison Blue” is deemed more appropriate. After the song, there is the traditional sign of peace, and then it’s time to break bread.

There’s nothing like singing “I shot a man in Reno just to watch him die,” sharing a sign of peace, and then sitting down to a vegan potluck with your brothers and sisters in Brunch.

Here's the whole thing. Makes me hungry.


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