Friday, December 28, 2007
Vatican gets word of dipping sauce experiment
Word travels fast in this age of technology. The Vatican learned late last night of the dipping sauce experiment that took place in Mont Clare, PA over the Christmas holiday. The church staff used various dipping sauces during communion to increase attendance over this holiest of times.
The VSP (Vatican Secret Police) are believed to have been tipped off by a parishioner who was disappointed at the selection of dips that St Carol's offered. The VSP informed the Pope minutes after the incident was reported and received a surprising response. "It's 2007 and we need to think outside of the pew. As long as the dips are blessed prior to the mass than I fully support the movement and thank Father Mike Maloney. However, I am very disappointed about the wet naps. A church is no place for wet naps."