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Margaret

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Still only half the picture, and those candles getting lower and lower - I have this dreadful, guilt-inducing vision of a flu-ridden monk staggering to the kitchen to make himself and his brother a hot drink yesterday, having a quick look at the computer on the way, seeing that those wretched people on Ship of Fools were grumbling yet again at the lack of monk action, and dragging himself wearily to the chapel to find the Wise Men and put them out (and tidy up the cross).

At least we know they're there - it's not a Marie Celeste situation after all.

And Pearl, if we ever get any money to restore our organ after we've paid for the restoration of the mural and the stonework, I'll make sure it has a stop called just that!

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WE're having Mass! With bigger and better Magi, it looks like ! [Angel]

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Bishops Finger
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I think Mass must have just ended.....what appears to be a rather nice missal stand can be seen on the altar.

The Magi are in full view, too.

No sign of Our Lord, though...........

Ian J.

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Ahhh - so that's what it is. I can see it now!

Was just about to post to ask - thanks for saving me the embarrassment!

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Just a thought - do you think they block out some of the picture when they're doing non-spiritual things like candle maintenance or dusting and hoovering? They probably wear pinnies for this - I've seen nuns in gingham pinafores over their habits when they're doing domestic stuff.

[ 08. January 2007, 18:52: Message edited by: justlooking ]

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Bishops Finger
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Perhaps they do - although the candles are still low!

OTOH, they may take to heart the words of George Herbert:

'All may of thee partake;
Nothing can be so mean,
Which with this tincture 'for thy sake',
Will not grow bright and clean.

A servant with this clause,
Makes drudgery divine;
Who sweeps a room, as for thy laws,
Makes that and the action fine.'

[Razz]

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justlooking
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quote:
Originally posted by Bishops Finger:


Who sweeps a room, as for thy laws,
Makes that and the action fine.'

Ian J.

In that case why not show it? Has anyone ever seen the munx doing general cleaning?
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Bishops Finger
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Hmm. Not as I recall, but there are screen-grabs of bits of the Munx as they scurry about doing this or that, so maybe......

Ian J.

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Rossweisse

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Magi and missal stand....and the whole picture shows! [Axe murder]

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The crib has just been taken away [Waterworks] [Waterworks] [Waterworks]

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Not only is the creche gone, but the cross is in the middle of the altar and we've got a (relatively speaking) close-up on the altar and tabernacle.

....and I suddenly realize that this will cut down on the number of Monk Sightings...

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I just got a "server not found" error. So thinking it might have moved, I googled for it. Guess what I found - another blessed sacrament webcam!

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Rossweisse

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It's been around for a while; it wants a plug-in.

Ours is The One True Blessed Sacrament Webcam™. (Accept No Substitutes.)

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Margaret

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[Yipee] Jesus is out early this morning [Yipee]
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And out again at 18.29 UK time!

Oh, and there seems to be some sort of patch of glowing, unearthly white light in front of the monstrance and altar.......

Ian J. (who has not been at the GIN).

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Definitely seeing the white glare though I missed everything else.

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"And the glory, the glory of the Lord..." [/Handel]

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Corpus cani

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1859 GMT - I've just seen my first live monk!!!
Woo and yay! [Yipee]

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quote:
Originally posted by Corpus cani:
I've just seen my first live monk!!! Woo and yay! [Yipee]

Cc

I was about to Michael Winner you Cc ('Calm down, dear') but what the heck...


[Cool] [Yipee] [Yipee] [Cool]

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Bishops Finger
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Well, I thought that perhaps the white glow (was it indeed the Shekinah?) might have signified that the Munx had been Raptured, but Cc's sighting seems to nullify that theory.......and anyway, if they had been Raptured, how come we're all still here?

Hang on a mo......maybe we aren't all still here.....

Ian J.

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Or we're still not all there [Biased]

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Maybe we are Left Behind, BF

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Huh. Just my luck. I always seem to be Left Behind. Oh well, Tribulation, here I come....

At least we have the Munx to comfort us.

Ian J.

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quote:
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At least we have the Munx to comfort us.

What would comfort me is the return of their webcasts of the Liturgy of the Hours. Is anyone in actual contact with them? Anyway, I'm going to write to them about this now; anyone who agrees, please do the same. [Cool]
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Anyone taking bets on which candle goes out first? I'll plump for the one at front right.

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quote:
Originally posted by redoubt:
Anyone taking bets on which candle goes out first?

[Disappointed]

Another pathetic reason to check this thread.

(Mine's back left)

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Am I the only one who is geting the page alright but without picture?

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Gwai
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Okay, it's back now. Ignore me.

(Perhaps that's when the monks clean? [Biased] )

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Rossweisse

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quote:
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Anyone taking bets on which candle goes out first? I'll plump for the one at front right.

I'll take front left.

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Is the one sitting on that...-something back next to the wall- in the running? It looks to me to be a sure winner.

Pearl

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Margaret

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It's morning here and I've just paid my first visit of the day to the chapel - and the candles don't look as if they've burned down any further. Are we being fobbed off with a still [Disappointed] ?
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quote:
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It's morning here and I've just paid my first visit of the day to the chapel - and the candles don't look as if they've burned down any further. Are we being fobbed off with a still [Disappointed] ?

Or, God have Mercy! Electric or battery operated candles?

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quote:
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...Is anyone in actual contact with them? Anyway, I'm going to write to them about this now; anyone who agrees, please do the same. [Cool]

Margaret, who is a financial contributor to their work, wrote to them recently -- and they didn't have the courtesy to respond in any way.

What would their mothers say? [Disappointed]

Ross

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"But you told us you were running off to join the circus!"?

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The missal stand is out on the altar now; so I guess there's going to be a Mass. That candle at the wall is really fading...

PB4S

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Margaret

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I'm deeply ashamed of my earlier post today (and deserve to be totally ignored by self-respecting munx) - it must be a live view of the chapel, as the missal stand's appeared on the altar!
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quote:
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The missal stand is out on the altar now; so I guess there's going to be a Mass. That candle at the wall is really fading...

PB4S

The "candle at the wall" is a sanctuary light, which indicates to all The Presence. It is only unlit if He is not there.

(Which is not to say, of course, that the light doesn't go out in the normal course of events; however, it is usually replaced quite quickly, once noticed.)

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OOh! There's someone sitting in the president's chair! 11:15 EST North America.

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Anyone taking bets on which candle goes out first? I'll plump for the one at front right.

I think that I may have won. This candle appears to have fizzled out.

OK, so I'm blowing my own trumpet. [Big Grin]

[ 11. January 2007, 21:06: Message edited by: redoubt ]

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Ooh, please don't blow trumpets in here, redoubt, something narsty out of Revelation might happen.

You are right about the candle, though and here is your prize

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Yes, the winner is the South-East corner. Gone. Out. Extinguished. Dark. Fizzled.

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quote:
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Ooh, please don't blow trumpets in here, redoubt, something narsty out of Revelation might happen.

You are right about the candle, though and here is your prize

Thank you, Jahlove. I shall enjoy the cake while trying to dodge the woes of Revelation.

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quote:
Originally posted by Margaret:
I'm deeply ashamed of my earlier post today (and deserve to be totally ignored by self-respecting munx) - it must be a live view of the chapel, as the missal stand's appeared on the altar!

Don't be ashamed; after all, they've done it before, and -- as The Boy Who Cried Wolf discovered -- one no longer trusts them with quite the childlike simplicity of first acquaintance.

Redoubt: Bravo!

OH! The monstrance is out, gleaming in spikey splendor! [Yipee]

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Yes! The monstrance is still out!

All together now....

Tantum ergo superare

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I don't understand how they can display the monstrance but not re-light the candle.
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quote:
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I don't understand how they can display the monstrance but not re-light the candle.

And there's another on the blink.
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Forgive the double post but talking of blinks - at 11.15 a monk behind the alter, with bowed head. At 11.16 gone, and the monstrance with him. They must aim to be in an out pretty sharpish.

[ 11. January 2007, 22:20: Message edited by: justlooking ]

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Monstrance back. Two candles gone out and a third one on the blink
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More blinks around 01:00 hrs, with a monk behind the altar, facing backwards. Then, in a second blink, both monk and monstrance disappeared.
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Welcome, Skateboard! Posting your first two posts to the Blessed Sacrament Webcam shows great taste (even if it took you eight months!)

Welcome aboard!!!

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