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LOOK: Priest uses water gun to dispense holy water for faithful

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May. 19, 20 | 6:48 pm

Priests from all over the world have been thinking of ways on how to adapt to the new normal brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, and this priest from Detroit, Michigan has set quite an intriguing and unique way to bless his parishioners.

Father Timothy Pelc of the St. Ambrose Parish in Grosse Pointe Park, Detroit, Michigan recently caught the eyes of the masses on social media after his method of spraying holy water with the use of water guns have gone viral.

The priest used the gun around the Easter period, in his efforts to bless his parishioners while practising physical distancing.

Father Pelc’s photos have since inspired many edited photos and memes of him but shared that his most favorite that he has seen thus far was that of him vanquishing evil mongers seemingly inspired by a video game hit, as per reports from CNN.

The priest hopes that he has inspired both faith and fun in his attempt to devise ways to continue serving the faithful amid the pandemic.

“Look to create memories for your kids that will be positive in the midst of this, because the kids are watching what we’re doing and how we’re handling this. If we can be strong and positive examples for them, they’ll be able to tell their kids a generation from now, ‘This is how we handle this,” shared Pelc as per reports from CNN.

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Observatory experts say Shawwal crescent moon might not show today

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