Special Message from Father Strebler
A priest, a minister, and a rabbit walk into the Red Cross. The worker says, “Before you give blood, we have to know your blood type.” The rabbit replies, “I am certain that I am a type-o.”
We don’t have a minister but we have a priest and a typo. In my bulletin column of July 3, there was a major typo--doesn’t it always happen that if you make a typo, it is not an incidental word, but a word that changes the meaning of the sentence?
The sentence that read,
"I rejoice that such a contentious issue is not returned to the states to decide."
"I rejoice that such a contentious issue is now returned to the states to decide."
I hope this clears things up, but I also hope that, knowing me, you probably figured that out on your own.