Because I’m Not Funny Enough to Write My Own April Fool’s Post….

….I turn to my more humorous pals.

My friend Rachel Stone (about whose new book Eat with Joy I blogged last week), covers the evangelical and Roman Catholic backlash to proposed measures to provide birth control to rats in the New York City subway. (The first paragraph—all true.)

And fellow Patheos blogger David Hayward (a.k.a. nakedpastor) makes a big announcement on his blog today.

A happy second day of Easter and much laughter to you this April 1.

 

 

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