by Little L
Thu May 4th, 2006 at 04:25:53 PM EST
If you're having any doubts on what to wear, there is one simple decision- wear a hoodie. And don't think it is inappropriate attire. Why? Because "99 per cent of those who wear hoodies are law-abiding citizens", says The Telegraph. And there is something more than that- even archbishops wear hoodies.
Nice color too. Makes a good background for the holy cross hanging on his neck, doesn't it ;-)?
Since I always thought (and please correct me if I am wrong) that the Anglican Church is a little more conservative, I find this bit of news a little odd. The questions I am asking myself are also to what extent is it appropriate for religion or a religious leader to interfere with the mundane, and does it do the Church any good? Doesn't it underestimate the holiness of the Church, or does it make it more accessible to young people? I am interested in your opinion.