Breaking the taboos of instability, political patronage, men of the cloth
and the military rule are just the beginning.
But men of the cloth
seem to be fair game these days, especially when they put themselves in the firing line as referees.
Universal, whose artists include Amy Winehouse and 50 Cent, placed adverts in religious publications to find men of the cloth
or sacred singers to record an album of Gregorian chant.
These mature men of the cloth
gave good service in their day .
Then again, I don't suppose the couple need sanctimonious men of the cloth
or pontificating journalists to pore over their misfortune.
Flanked by ``spiritual advisers'' Grady Kelly and Edgar Medrano, both dressed as men of the cloth
, Brian Lonquich and Perera sang Renaissance-era chants, which were ``blessed'' at their conclusion by the monks.
On the retro, fundamentalist, side, various men of the cloth
announced that the tsunami was the rational act of a deity enraged by (take your pick): the suppression of Christianity in South Asia, pornography and child-trafficking in that same locale, or, in the view of some Muslim commentators, the bikiniclad tourists at Phuket.
A PRIEST yesterday hit out at brides who keep clerics waiting at the altar, insisting the men of the cloth
are taken for granted.
Priest showed five men of the cloth
who were all unhappy in different ways.