Confess Your Earthly Eco-Sins In A Recycled Confessional
The Greenpeace festival in Glastonbury, famed resting place of Arthur, first biodegradable King of the Britons, hosted a major liturgical innovation as Dom Anthony Sutch ,Benedictine monk, offered those tired of buying Carbon Indulgences a place to confess their Eco-sins.
"The Eco-fessional , made from recycled materials, such as doors and other found objects" featured the Benedictine monk bedecked in vestments "made from recycled curtains...
The ecofessional is described as a "non-judgmental environmental advice
installation 'aimed at getting people to sign a pledge promising to
reduce energy consumption and engage in socially sustainable practices,
like ethical banking...The Earthly Sins website...
includes a Temple of Sustainability...whether you are a devout Catholic, a staunch atheist, or
something in between...there is a way for everyone to
find environmental salvation." Screaming Lord Sutch has not commented on his namesake's epiphany.