Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Liturgically Correct Non Valentine's Greetings

I'm concerned at the number  of young people who are rigidly sticking to the older form of the Roman Rite and insisting on celebrating Saint Valentine today rather than Saints Cyril and Methodius.  

In order to address this rigidity,  I encourage you all to join me in writing liturgical correct greetings to your loved ones according to the newer form: 

Your lips they are red
Your voice is melodious
It has to be said
You're my Cyril and Methodiius!

Your voice it is pure, your heart it is mine
Not just in Septuagesima, I mean ordinary time. 
You mean more to me than acorns to a squirrel 
Will you be my Methodius and Cyril?

1 comment:

  1. Oh! Anglus! You are a delight! Alas , in the colonies the name"Cyril" has the same connotations as the name "Bruce". Thus New Order of verse might be embraced (!) by the SSA Afficionados! Nevertheless well done! Certainly brought forth my laughs!