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Cartoons: Comical Clergy

Published: May 3, 2018

These Sunday scenarios were found in the pages of The Saturday Evening Post from 1941 to 2008.

"Wonderful Sermon. Thanks for not mentioning me by name." from May/Jun 2001

“Wonderful Sermon. Thanks for not mentioning me by name.”
May/Jun 2001

 

"Odd how old, forgotten words spring to mind, isn't it?" from December 27, 1941

“Odd how old, forgotten words spring to mind, isn’t it?”
December 27, 1941

 

"Oh, oh! It looks like he's going to take another unpopular stand." from May/Jun 2001

“Oh, oh! It looks like he’s going to take another unpopular stand.”
May/Jun 2001

 

"The correct response is 'I do'--not 'it's worth a try'." from Jan/Feb 2008

“The correct response is ‘I do’–not ‘it’s worth a try’.”
Jan/Feb 2008

 

"Harold was a man who brought home the bacon and, against doctor's orders, kept eating it." from Mar/Apr 1997

“Harold was a man who brought home the bacon and, against doctor’s orders, kept eating it.”
Mar/Apr 1997

 

"The pay isn't so great, but I can't say enough good things about the boss." from Jul/Aug 1994

“The pay isn’t so great, but I can’t say enough good things about the boss.”
Jul/Aug 1994

 

"The music was okay, but I thought the commercial was too long." from Jul/Aug 1994

“The music was okay, but I thought the commercial was too long.”
Jul/Aug 1994

 

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  • JANE

    LOVE ALL OF THEM SO FUNNY

  • I love #4. Maybe it IS worth a try, but one divorce (no kids thank God) is enough. My ‘potential’ mother-in-law could bring another one; she loves to throw that in my face—especially after a couple of drinks!