Friday, September 25, 2009


From SwissMiss:

"The stained glass window above depicts this "colorful" and clandestine Mass that was celebrated by the peasantry when deprived of their priests during the French Revolution. (From what St. Alex understands, since lay people were "saying Mass," women tended to take over and became somewhat modern examples of wymen priests.)

St. Alex says, please place your answer in the form of a question in the combox, and say a few Hail Marys while you wait for the answer to be revealed.

Demerits for using Google and other sneaky searches. Educated guesses are welcome and encouraged. Good luck!!"