I don't know about you, but I love seeing clergy (priests) wearing their collars. I didn't realize that in some other cultures, many priests often don't wear their roman collars "all the time."
A few years ago we received a young Filipino priest who just loved secular clothes. He would wear his roman collar during regular business hours, but then would change into nice secular clothes.
This behavior seemed very odd to me at first, especially since I had become very good friends with a different young priest a few years prior, and all he would wear was his roman collar, unless we were lifting weights or kayaking. I liked the idea that there was no doubt to anyone around him, nor himself, that he was a priest.
I liked the image, the message that it portrayed, I guess similar to a nun in a habit.... it speaks of God and God's presence.
Well anyway, the t-shirt shown above would be a great gift for that priest who likes to change into regular clothes after business hours........ Think he would notice the creative symbolism?