Religion: Catholics on Soapboxes

In Chicago last week an attractive young woman named Betty Ryan climbed up on a speaker's stand, crossed herself and said: "In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Amen. Good evening, folks, I am glad to see you here tonight because I am going to talk about the Bible. You people love the Bible. You read it every day, I know. Now we Catholics love the Bible, too, and that is what I want to tell you about tonight."

Speaker Ryan was just getting warmed up when questions from the audience began to fly...

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