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Detroit Priest Goes Viral For Squirting Holy Water From Water Gun To Social Distance + ZOOM Outage Cancels Sunday Services

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A Detroit priest has gone viral for “taking aim” at churchgoers with his holy water filled water gun. Also, Sunday services were interrupted after a major ZOOM outage. More inside….

Blessings on blessings on blessings!

A Roman Catholic priest in Detroit has gone viral with his innovative way of blessing his parishioners during the Coronavirus pandemic. Father Timothy Pelc of St Ambrose Church wore a face mask and rubber gloves while standing outside as his congregation pulled up on him for some blessings. Being sure to social distance from his church attendees, he shot holy water on them from a water gun on Easter Sunday.


Posted by St. Ambrose Parish on Sunday, April 12, 2020


Father Pelc said he came up with the idea while brainstorming a way to continue the Easter tradition during the pandemic.

"I thought, what could I do that would keep the quarantine restrictions going and give kids the experience of Easter?" Pelc told USA Today "At noon, the Saturday before Easter, I went out there and there was a line of cars waiting."

Now, he’s social media famous and a new meme:












Videoconferencing app ZOOM experienced a major outage that ended up canceling tons of Sunday Services that were being held yesterday.

Users all across the nation were reporting problems with the videoconferencing platform that put a damper on Sunday's church service.

“Our team is investigating the root cause of issues joining Zoom Meetings. These issues appear to be limited to a subset of users,” ZOOM tweeted at 10:28am.

An hour later, they tweeted they fixed the issue.

"Zoom users impacted by this issue should now be able to host, join & participate in Zoom Meetings & Zoom Video Webinars if they restart their sessions. We continue to assess & monitor. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this might have caused," the company tweeted at 11:43am.

Hopefully, church continued for those who were logged in virtually.


Photo: Natalie White via AP

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