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Extent: Paperback

Pages: 85

Publisher: ACTA Publications (20 Nov. 2013)

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Second Book of Catholic Jokes

by Tom Sheridan

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With encouragement from not one but two pontiffs, we offer The Last Book of Catholic Jokes, written and chosen by Deacon Tom Sheridan, former editor of the newspaper of the Archdiocese of Chicago, with a Foreword by Sr. Kathleen Glavich, SND. Popes, bishops, priest, deacons, sisters, brothers, lay ministers, laypeople of all ages, good Catholics, lukewarm Catholics, bad Catholics, conservatives, liberals, the pious and the piety-impaired- all can be the subjects of a well-told joke. The jokes in this series are all clean, good spirited, and funny. They are not designed to offend any particular person or group but rather to point out how silly we Catholics can be as we "practice" our religion together.

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