Are you a proud Catholic? Do you pray the rosary? Did you perhaps even go to Catholic school? Let the world know by rocking this cool distressed Catholic apparel. Featuring the word "CATHOLIC" where the "T" has been replaced by a classic image of Jesus with outstretched arms, this design is certain to gain the attention of your Catholic friends. Buy it for yourself, or give it as a gift! For men, women, and kids.
Tags: jesus, mary, confession, pope, rosary
Are you trans? Do you want to commemorate how Pope Francis made you sound Metal AF by comparing you to instruments of unthinkable slaughter? We have a shirt for you! Concept based on statements here: http://tinyurl.com/yb4b44wt http://tinyurl.com/y9y3aull
Tags: epoch, trans, transgender, pope, heresy
This is from a photograph taken at il Duomo di Firenze (Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore). This statue is above and to the left of the main door to the cathedral. It is of Pope Celestine I. Why he’s depicted with his middle finger extended is unknown. Maybe it’s to ward of pigeons (“shoot the bird”), or perhaps it’s making a statement. Our interpretation is it’s his (and thus, the Catholic Church’s) attitude toward everybody. A bold way to tell people to go F*** themselves.
Tags: you, pope, celestine-i, florence, firenze
Here's a nice humorous image of a smiling pope, clutching a microphone. I couldn't quite decide whether he looked like he was cracking a joke, or about to croon his latest hit --so I made both versions. In this interpretation, he's announcing his next song is "off his new album"
Tags: happy, smiling, smile, song, singing
Here's a nice humorous image of a smiling Pope Francis, clutching a microphone. I couldn't quite decide whether he looked like he was cracking a joke, or about to croon his latest hit --so I made both versions. In this interpretation, he's telling the one about the two nuns in the bath!
Tags: francis, humor, pastiche, funny, pope
"Faith and reason are like two wings on which the human spirit rises to the contemplation of truth" wrote John Paul II on September 14th 1998 in his encyclical letter FIDES ET RATIO. This design depicts this truth in a simple form of an apple falling from the tree ;)
Tags: christianity, religion, god, pope, bible