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:blink: Association Press – Tue Dec 22, 2009


JERUSALEM – Christmas will never be the same again. A Roman Catholic priest employed by the Vatican is on-the-lamb for stealing the body of Jesus. That means historical Doomsday for the Roman Catholic Church. With Jesus found then He never rose from the dead. That means He was mortal and not the Son of God, as billions in the world believe. The priest’s name, withheld for his security, was last spotted in Jerusalem, Israel. Over one billion Christians worldwide won’t be Merry that “Jesus the Messiah” never rose from the dead. Thus, a mortal man. The commandment that dictates "thou shalt not steal" isn't exactly written in stone for this priest. He escaped with the skeleton and irrevocable proof. One source reports that he gave his life for falsehoods, lies and deception. And Father will reveal all to the world. He sent a letter, pictures, and historical proof to the author of the fiction, debut thriller HOLY AUTISM. Father told a confirmed source, “Holy Autism helped me solve one of the world’s biggest mysteries, but it didn’t say Jesus was dead.” Fact or coincidence, father also used Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code that sold 60 million copies.


As thousands of telephone calls pour into church parishes worldwide, the Vatican has demanded privately for news services to remove the “Jesus Found” articles from public view. The Vatican has a long history of hiding damning news. A best seller occupying the prime place of sales in Spain and Portugal entitled “The Sexual Life of the Clergy".brought out a powerful ecclesiastical hierarchy that called on journalists from all news medias to silence the book. However, black unmarked helicopters are flying in and out of Vatican City, darkening the mystery over a soon-to-be troubled sky over holy Rome.

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Guest Bill H.

This is a spoof done in very bad taste.




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Hopefully Weebly does not endorse it.

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