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RC Priest apologizes for hoverboard use during Christmas Eve Mass

In lighter news, a Roman Catholic Priest has issued an apology for riding a hoverboard during a Christmas Eve Mass. Father Albert San Jose was applauded by his parishioners, but suspended by the Diocese of San Pablo, in the Philippines, on the basis of disrespecting the sacrament.


NPR has the whole story on their blog, the two-way. Have you seen goofier services? Do you think the Priest showed disrespect to

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Inviting people to Christmas Eve services

This video is a gift to any congregation who might like to customize it with local Christmas Eve and Christmas Day service times and other information. Feel free to use it as you see fit. It’s royalty-free and ready for customization.

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