Monday Madness -- April 7, 2014

After a one-week hiatus from the World's Most Beloved Priestly Duo Video Sensation, during which time the hashtag #WhereIsMondayMadness nearly swamped Twitter, Scott and Tim are back. This week's episode features a look at the first and second missionary journeys of Lent Madness 2014, a preview of the Elate Eight (or Saintly Kitsch) round, a roundup of media coverage, as well as the back story on why Queen Elizabeth wore purple to meet Pope Francis.

Don't forget to vote in today's close battle. Visit LentMadnessTV for more high-quality video from the Archbishops and from the SEC.


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9 comments on “Monday Madness -- April 7, 2014”

  1. I can’t imagine there are Kitsch Kranks. Anyone who doesn’t think this whole thing is educational, wonderfully funny and, in general, great, is welcome to pull his or her cowl up over his or her head and grump off to a cave somewhere.

  2. Really, guys, it is a darn shame if ANYONE is complaining about Lent Madness. This is a wonderful resource! The kids love it and some of the 'kids' are over 21 (and then some). Keep it going and don't be daunted by them. By the way, I never saw the stretcherselfie but I don't tweet.

  3. Thank you so much for video of the royal wedding & great music of Charles
    Westley It was much injoyed!

  4. Newcomers be warned: the Saintly Kitsch round is definitely the maddest part of Lent Madness and you may really WONDER, but it is only temporary. Then we get around to the serious business of selecting the winner of the 2014 Golden Halo -- champion bearer of Christ's LOVE to the world -- rejoicing in their example and showering them with PRAISE. If you find the kitsch makes you mad, don't even read the blogs -- just vote. Preferably for Charles Wesley.