Church Sign Epic Fails, “New Pope” Special Edition

As a way to welcome, Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio Of Buenos Aires (also now known as Pope Francis) as the new pope, I figured I’d offer a mid-week all-Catholic themed church sign sampler. Don’t forget to wash your hands!

It’s happy hour not just because they use real wine; you also get two-for-one indulgences on all sins too! Venial sins only, please.
I don’t think this comes across the way you think it does. I’ll leave it at that.
And during happy hour, those are two-for-one also!
Okay, let’s see…seventeen verses in the Bible versus millions of bones recovered and carbon dated from the fossil record. And the one that’s “factually sound” is…remind me again?
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  • http://twitter.com/ElizaAnderson1 Elizabeth Anderson

    OH MY GOD “We don’t like condoms either” WHO DESIGNED THAT I AM DYING. That was THE BEST church sign I have ever seen in your “Church Sign Epic Fails” series. Oh my God. I can’t stop laughing.

  • http://musings.northerngrove.com/ JarredH

    What kind of god would “test man’s faith” by creating a situation in which man has to disbelieve everything his observations and reasoning tells him?

  • Ann

    The Catholic church doesn’t disbelieve the science of evolution. I was taught in religious ed that those 6 days of creation were not necessarily 24 hours long! Goodness knows that whomever came up with that dinosaur comment wasn’t thoroughly schooled in their faith.

  • Catherine

    That is bizarre, I was taught plain, ol’ evolution in a convent school in the UK in 1971.