Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Fr. Andrew Strobl, Vampire Hunter

Fr. Andrew Strobl, (alleged) Shameless Popery co-blogger, and Vampire Hunter extraordinaire:


That's him on the right.  The priest on the left is the Priest at the End of the World.  They're at some sort of gamers convention, and apparently, nobody believed that they were really priests, since a lot of other folks were wearing weird costumes, too.

Anyways, if this isn't the perfect nexus of orthodoxy, nerdiness, and sheer awesome, I'm not sure what is.

14 comments:

  1. Can you disable comments for this post? Please?

    Countdown until chancery calls me...3...2..1...

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  2. My new profile pic is what the back of the vest looks like. I don't know why nobody believed we are real priests. We have real blessed salt.

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  3. Oh ... wow. This just keeps getting better.

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  4. I like the "batman-like" utility belt with all the necessary tools of the trade. I can see the bottle of holy water!

    Where's the Rosary? In one of those pockets?

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  5. Someone told me I was on this website, so I typed shameless potpourii into google and couldn't find it.

    Guess I finally made it!

    If you look closely you can see that the outfits contains stoles for confessions, holy water, a rosary(next to my stole), vials of blessed salt, first aid kits, pockets for holy oils, comms, and some hand carved stakes for chasing down runaway tents!

    I would like to say the briefcase is a Mass kit, but its actually my MERCS army.

    And a shout out to Fr. Andrew's mom for staying up all night stitching the PRIEST patches on the back! Thank you!

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  6. If that is how you (Papist Black Robe Knight Witch Hunters) are going to fight all heretical groups in the future, then the Lutherans are going to wave the white flag right now. We cannot match that fire power. I am sorry for that poor Presby women's group.

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  7. My uncle's a Presbyterian minister so I'll give him a heads up about the upcoming potato assault.

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  8. Is this what St. Ignatius of Loyola originally envisioned for the Jesuits? It would have the Counter Assault to the Reformation.

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  9. Please turn up dressed like this the next time you get assigned a new parish. Pleeeeeeeeeeeease?

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  10. Knowing that there are priests like this out there helps me to sleep at nights...keep up the good work! :-)

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  11. Ah, where is the Bible in that toolbelt or is that just what Protestants use?
    :-)

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  12. The what? Bible?! If we need that, we'll call up Joe Heschmeyer. That guy seems to have it memorized like St. Thomas Aquinas.

    Seriously, a hard copy would be a good idea. I only had an electronic copy on me (same with the Liturgy of the Hours and the Roman Missal).

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  13. Oh ya, make sure it is a Greek or Latin bible. I am pretty sure the bible thumpers have the patent on the KJV.
    :-)

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