Saturday, July 26, 2008

Mousepads

I need a mousepad, so I thought I'd look on cafepress.com. I searched for "Catholic" because I'm predictable like that, and I was a bit disturbed by some of the offerings... I don't want to be rolling my mouse over the face of the Shroud of Turin!

But here are some I liked that I didn't feel would be sacrilegious to use. :)

7 comments:

Rachel Ann said...

um...bottom right, not sacrilegious?

Rachel Gray said...

Hmmm. What is that mousepad suggesting to Protestant eyes?
It's funny to Catholics because it shows St. Anthony of Padua, who's always depicted in Franciscan habit and holding the child Jesus. Baby Jesus has nothing to do with it except that that's how St. Anthony is always shown; that's how you know it's St. Anthony. He was born in 1195 and was a powerful preacher and holy man, but Catholics chiefly ask his intercession today when they need help finding lost things. Hence his question.

pritcher said...

Actually that one's my favorite. :-)

Anonymous said...

I went to cafe press and plugged in "Catholic mousepads" and could not find the ones you have listed here. Have you a link? (I really like the St. Anthony one too!):)

Rachel Gray said...

I think just clicking on the pictures I posted should take you there, or search in the mousepad section for "Catholic". :)

Joe of St. Thérèse said...

They're ALL great, I thought about getting the wake up and smell the incesne for my office, and St. Anthony for my house computer.

Catholic Bibliophagist said...

You should get a mousepad from Sister Mary Martha.

http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=11614689