Sunday, January 30, 2011

First Holy Communion

Molly and Desmond were elated that they were able to pull it off.

Their son Clarissa was about to make his first holy communion, but he could not wear a dress to the ceremonies. The archdiocese insisted that boys had to wear blue suits (jackets and trousers) despite the fact that in this day and age, most parents raised their sons as sissies.

Molly and Desmond pleaded Clarissa's case to their parish's pastor, Father Maxine, and to the parish nun who organized the first holy communion, Sister Bernard. There they found sympathy, but not much hope for their cause.

Then there was a miracle!

The archbishop of the diocese retired and Pope Raylene II appointed a woman, Archbishop Rhonda, as the new archbishop.

With this turn of events, Father Maxine and Sister Bernard contacted the archbishop about the dress requirements and in response, she decreed that both boys and girls could wear dresses to their first holy communion ceremonies.

So it came to pass that on the Sunday of Clarissa's first holy communion, Clarissa shed tears of joy when he paraded down the church aisle with the other sissies wearing adorable first holy communion dresses, while Molly and Desmond proudly looked on wearing his and her skirt suits, (Molly's in baby blue and Desmond's in dusty pink); a complete feminine family just as Goddess intended.

16 comments:

  1. "they were able to pull it off" worried me for a bit.

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  2. Even though I'm decidedly unreligious (or maybe it's because of the fact), it warms my heart to see that tolerance prevailed.

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  3. Well, I wore a dress to my baptism. Why can't you do that a few years later? Ah...the Catholic Church. Don't get me started...

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  4. Calie --- I wore a dress to my baptism, too. I also wore dresses when I was an altar boy.

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  5. In the Catholic religion, the very important first communion for the children, I want all children femulates always dreamed of wearing a dress first communion. I enclose a photograph of a boy on the day of her first communion (to your e-mail).
    Greetings
    Nanda

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  6. Here is the link to the photo from Nanda.

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  7. when i was growing up boys had to be boys and girls could go either way ,,, it is great to hear that we can now wear a dress and be proud of it

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  8. Both my wife and I believe priests should be women and the darling little altar boys would be much safer. And you're right---there are lots of darling young altar boys with long hair that are beautiful in their altar gowns. Jaye Anne

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  9. Nanda is a beautiful little girl. It is great that she was able to wear a dress for her first communion. We are making progress one step at a time.

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  10. wow that is such great news althought i walked away from my own religion some decades ago i would surely go back if and when i to was able to ahve communion in little girls adult dresses that would be fabulous and also to be able to be so allowed to marry in a wedding dress should that ever come about i mean it i really is all about the woman in jsut e about everything she is the one who gets to dress oh so ppretty in a wedding dress and evert yhing about be feminine and so why not girls are the lucky ones when it comes to clothing no wonder so very mnay of us males want to be girls so that we can get in on sharing girlhood and why not i mean being a girl msut be something wonderful otherwise there would not be so mnay of us trying to become girls!

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  11. Every kids gets so excited to have their first communion and so as my kids too.

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  13. i just do not get it if girl's can wear pant's slack's jean's why can't we boy's wear dreses skirt's slip's panties why is it alright for girl's to crossdress but bpy's can not and some of us want to be girl's i know that i want to be female!

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