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Three jokes about religious life

A Benedictine, a Dominican, a Franciscan and a Jesuit are on a spiritual retreat in the same place ...

If religious orders were sandwiches

Our favorite portable finger food might explain religious orders and congregations better than most textbooks.

The time Bill Murray gave David Letterman a christening gown

In his later years Murray has taken on the role of a community do-gooder.

Kids say the darnedest things… at Mass

Children often bring hilarity into everyday life ... and Sunday Mass is no exception. 

How to be witty without falling into the trap of resorting to snark

Wit isn't mean-spirited or unkind -- wit, at its best, is a positive force in conversation.

Classic Catholic joke: Have you heard the one …

Before anyone takes offense at this joke, the reminder that "laughter is the best medicine" actually comes from the Bible.

The 1 quality you should make sure you have in a marriage partner

I couldn't live without this one thing in my spouse and here's why it's so important ...

Jim Gaffigan opens up about being a caregiver to his wife (Video)

Comedian Gaffigan says he went from being the receiver to the giver.

You don’t want to miss this brutally honest classified ad by a dad of nine

Most parents will relate to this painfully truthful description of a family 15-seater van.

Are there any funny jokes in the Bible?

The Bible is surprisingly full of humorous episodes that can make one chuckle or even laugh out loud.

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