SOURCE – Viral photos of a priest using a squirt gun filled with holy water to bless churchgoers during a socially distant service are taking on a life of their own on the Internet.

Five weeks ago, during Holy Week, Father Tim Pelc said he wanted to find a safe way during the coronavirus pandemic to continue the tradition of blessing Easter baskets.

“You can’t double dip into the holy water container,” Pelc told TODAY. “I thought, what could I do that would keep the quarantine restrictions going and give kids the experience of Easter?”


You see Bishop Cassidy run up on you with his water gun asking for all of your money for the collection plate what’re you doing?


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Look how terrified these people are? They thought they were about to get some drive by penance and Jesse James is about to take their Kia Sorrento and donate it tax free to the church.


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How good of shot you think this guy is? Gotta factor in his arthritic wrists. Do you think he’s a good shot, bad gun guy? Is he sniping people right between the eyeballs shouting “The Power of Christ compels you!” or you think he’s just spraying it around like he’s a little kid that just found out how his dick works. One thing’s for certain he definitely charged a donation for this. The Church doesn’t do anything for free. It was probably 5 bucks a squirt from his pea shooter.

This is the thing though about the Catholic Church. No pizzazz. You think the Scientologists would bring out this little Glock 9 to shoot people with a bunch of saline solution? Nope. They’d bring out the CPS Super Soaker 1500 and give grandma a bukakke of blessings to the face.

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You were the king of the court if you had the CPS 1500 growing up. You might as well have the code to the nukes. You think jacking your dick off increases forearm strength? Try pumping that thing 30 times just to get one blast. You get like 2 blasts and you’re empty and then you’re left to die. But for those 10 minutes everyone was afraid of getting hit with those mortar blasts.