1.13.2012

"Lefebvrians" (Artwork)

There's been a fair bit of talk about "Lefebvrians" in Catholic media in recent months (for example, here, here, and here). Every time I read this rather silly pejorative, I can't help but having this mental image:

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Incidentally, this cartoon represents my first attempt using the Prismacolor Art Markers that I received for Christmas. Overall, I'm pretty happy with them (albeit after just one use) and I think practice in using them I will get a handle on how best to use them.

2 comments:

Sophia's Favorite said...

I'd always heard "Lefebvrite" as the term, which sounds more like one of the Sea Peoples of the ancient Near East.

Nicholas D.C. Wansbutter said...

In the past, "Lefebvrite" seemed to be the pejorative of choice, but since the last round of "discussions/negotiations" started the term Lefebvrian seems to have gained popularity.

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