Golf | Clergy | Cross

“All our people are to learn to occupy themselves in doing good works for their practical needs”
(Titus 3:14).

There is an amusing story about a priest and a rabbi who are playing golf together for the first time. The rabbi soon discovers that the priest is an excellent putter. He also notices that before putting, the priest always makes the sign of the Cross. Halfway through the course, the rabbi is losing by ten strokes. Consequently, he asks the priest if he thinks it will be all right if he too crosses himself. “Sure rabbi, go ahead,” the priest says. “But it won’t do you any good until you learn how to putt.”

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