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Bespoke Clerical Millinery for the Discerning Clergyman

Monday, 16 July 2012

The Sanctum Sanctorum



If ever you’re so lucky, or so unwise, as to cross the imposing neo-gothic arches of DB Towers, and you make it past the gun turrets and barbed wire, you might just sneak a glimpse of the beating heart of the convent hat factory. To do so would place your very soul in mortal peril, so in true Willy Wonka fashion we have invited you dear reader, digitally at any rate, to witness the secret world of the ecclesiastical milliner. As you can see from the pictures, the walls are festooned with every conceivable flavour of Biretta known to man, and bizarrely still the number increases as new discoveries are made, new combinations unearthed. Some people, people like you and people like us, get rather excited about that sort of thing. Mother Prioress says she doesn’t know about excited, but she does know that we’re ill.

Our sincere apologies for the lack of Material. We’ve been up to all sorts, but new items for your viewing pleasure will be coming soon. 





1 comment:

  1. I have been one of those who benefited from your kindness. May your apostolate grow! You are always in my prayers as you continue your mission to cover the heads of God's faithful priests and priests-to-be (such as myself)...

    Prayerful best wishes from a seminarian in the Philippines.

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