Catholic Church begins Ordaining Badgers into the Priesthood
Badgers are already Black and White so no need for a uniform!
Perhaps it’s because they can’t have sex, perhaps it’s because they have to keep going to church all the time and be helpful…whatever it is that is putting men off becoming priests, their numbers are dwindling.
However, there are still many parishioners and churches which require a priest, the word must be spread and the needy administered to.
The first batch of badger priests have already taken up office in their new parishes and the locals are said to be ‘very interested’ to see how they get on.
Of course this action has ignited a huge protest from women who are still not allowed to become catholic priests.
“Its Fucking ludicrous!” Said Mary Taylor, a woman who was told she couldn’t serve the church on account of her foul language. “Badgers? Are they saying badgers are more holy than women? What a crock of shit! Women are much better at abstaining from sex than badgers!” *
*Sadly we don’t have any statistics to prove or refute this statement although badger promiscuity has been blamed for the sharp increase in unexplained cat buggerings in the UK.
It has been suggested that badgers were selected because they are already black and white and therefore don’t require a uniform which is a good way for the church to save money, but this has been dismissed by the church as piffle.
“It’s because they’re so holy!” Said renowned theologian Arthur Stevens from Cambridge University. “More and more badgers are answering the call of our lord!” he continued in between sips of the third or fourth beer we had to buy him.
The Haddock has, however, obtained damning evidence that this whole exercise is just a cover for a much larger operation to save badgers from being culled for spreading bovine TB.
Posted on December 11, 2012, in Religion and tagged Cambridge University, Catholic, Catholic Church, Christianity, National Catholic Reporter, Priest, Religion, Religion and Spirituality, Roy Bourgeois. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.