I know what you were thinking, and NO, this isn't about Stations of the Cross at 66 Brooks Drive.
It's a real Stations of the Cross with clowns in the Diocese of Albany.
Here's a narrative of the buffoonery and an article with a picture from a similar circus at the Crucifixion of Our Blessed Lord.
I hesitate to say this, but I do wonder why they do not do clown funerals for their dead relatives and friends. Imagine how life-changing it would be if clowns could re-enact the cancer treatments and car accidents. It would really make you see things differently if clown pallbearers could escort the casket out of the Church on teeny-tiny little bikes, wouldn't it?
Do you think they'd finally get the hostility we feel when they do it as we are mourning the death of Christ if we surprised them with a clown service at one of their funerals?
The Commemoration and Anniversary of the Bloody Execution and the price of our salvation is not the time for clowns.
It is infuriating that people would make a circus of out these solemn and prayerful events.
Are these people who are terrified of emotions? Do they not experience a real relationship with Christ?
Somebody clue me in because I don't get how they could be so insensitive to people mourning our Savior.