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It's the Little Things...

Just a quick laugh for your Tuesday evening!

Each week I import the homilies into my computer at work via iTunes before uploading them to our website for download by all.  If you've ever imported a CD into iTunes, you know that it suggests the title, artist info, and album name.  Sometimes I get some interesting suggestions and this afternoon's made me chuckle!

iTunes' Suggestion:

What I actually wanted to call it:

Oh, Father Christian and his 'rappers delight' - it's so funny and he has no idea that is what I'll be thinking the next time I see him walk by my office and get a little chuckle!

Another dose of Church Humor - yesterday a student comes in for a parking pass and as I'm writing down the expiration date he asks:

"Does this church profess the Nicene Creed?"

I responded: "Yes, of course"

He asked: "What denomination are you?"

I retorted: "Catholic"

hmm... if I had my sarcasm hat on right that early on a Monday morning I wanted to say, "Yes, we wrote it."  Hmmm, was he going to ask for a refund if I had said no? 

Happy Tuesday!


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