Here is a collection of hilarious JOKES, most of which have to do with the whims, fancies and foibles of bishops. Compiled by Dr Mar Aprem, himself a bishop, these jokes are sure to make you laugh to your heart’s content without having to tickle your ribs! Laugh with the Bishop, written in a breezy racy style, makes for delightful reading. So come, one and all, and laugh with and at the bishop!
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From Humour to Inspiration
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Clement Of Rome The Didache
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