Thursday, November 14, 2019
As I get ready to head out for some protesting, yet another gentle reminder to the good Christians of the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia: You are being filmed. That’s right, you are being filmed when I protest.
That’s important to remember, as I edit the tape, cut to show your face, vehicle and license plate when appropriate, and then I publish. That’s right—not only are you there, by name, for all the world to see, but your profanity, obscene gestures and more are there. Not good for the parish, not good for you, not good for your career. And yes, it is legal.
Of course, if you are acting like a Christian, that shouldn’t be a problem for you. But given the track record of folks in the parish, that appears quite challenging for you.
Also, keep in mind that members of Grace Church are prohibited from any contact with me under Virginia’s anti-stalking statute. So if you are one of those morons who drives up and offers to fight, etc., you WILL face criminal charges. I guarantee it.
Doubt it? Try me.
Friday, November 8, 2019
We depend on your generosity to pay those $100,000 clergy bonuses! Doesn’t your rector deserve a month on the beach every year? Please give generously!
Tuesday, November 5, 2019
Thursday, October 31, 2019
Halloween Horror: The Zebra, Alexandria’s Good News Newspaper, Reports Local Filmfest Includes Movie With Bob Malm
This one is all trick and no treat.
The Zebra, Alexandria’s all-good-news media outlet, reports that the 13th annual Alexandria Film Festival includes a movie that includes an appearance by perjuring Episcopal priest Bob Malm, former rector of Grace Episcopal, otherwise known as St. Dysfunction.
The Sydney Pollack film Random Hearts, one of the lowest rated films ever on review site Rotten Tomatoes, includes Dysfunctional Bob as an Episcopal priest.
Given the hot mess that is The Episcopal Church, this fits in so many ways.
Check out the Zebra story at: https://thezebra.org/2019/10/30/coming-home-alexandria-filmmakers-spotlight-the-13th-annual-alexandria-film-festival/
See the one-tomato review of the movie at: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/random_hearts
Bob Malm, perjuring priest.
Grace Episcopal, the clergy perjury parish.
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Until the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia and the vestry of Grace Episcopal Alexandria renounce their support for priest Bob Malm’s perjury and his efforts to bully a dying woman, please withhold your pledge.
That’s what Jesus would do.