Walter's family is holding a yard sale, but there are few customers. Walter, farting contentedly near Father, wonders why. When a man offers ten dollars for Walter, Father readily agrees. Walter wonders why. Walter is sad to leave his family behind, but relieved to discover that his new owner is a clown.
It's a fabulous floating palace, and everybody on it is having the time of their life...until a mysterious and terrible odor begins to permeate the splendid ship. What can this awful odor be? All signs point to Walter, and so he is banished down below, with the stinky cheeses. Walter doesn't mind - at least he has something to snack on. But not even the cheese room can contain Walter's powerful farts. So they lower him onto a lifeboat, and he is forced to travel alone behind the ocean liner.
"Hilarious for three year olds"
Mass will never be the same for you after listening to this presentation by Jesuit Father J-Glenn Murray. He draws us into the mystery of Eucharist by challenging us to consider what we do during this rite. He outlines the history of and Church teaching about the Eucharist, commenting that since Vatican II, views about the Mass have clashed. Fr. Murray explains why we gather to break bread and invites us to appreciate the mystery of holy people gathering to give praise to God and remember the dying and rising of Jesus. Finally, he envisions an empowering role for the assembly, Sunday after Sunday.