New Archbishop Of San Francisco Overjoyed To See City’s Devotion To God’s Covenant With Noah

October 6, 2012 by  
Filed under Parish Life, Uncategorized

San Fransisco, CA––The new Archbishop of San Francisco, Salvatore Cordileone, said Thursday after his installation that he was completely overjoyed and overwhelmed to see that the city had such a devotion to God’s covenant with Noah.

“Who knew there could be so many rainbows in one place?” he happily said to reporters that had gathered after Mass. The 56 year old Archbishop who was recently appointed by Pope Benedict XVI to replace George Niederauer hopes to work with San Franciscans and all those devoted to the Old Testament pre-deluge patriarch in ceasing California’s gay marriage initiative.

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    I am full of envy for your wit.

  • Cephas

    Of course those who revel in their sin love rainbows – the sign God won’t wipe them from the earth again. Now if only they’d remember the after-life…

  • Panda Rosa

    Let’s just say that out in San Francisco, when a man loves his fellow man, he means it all the way, and I do mean ALL the way.
    Great site!

  • Funny stuff!

  • Natstelle



    Great! I have been thinking for a while “Reclaim the Rainbow” for God. The rainbow is for all of us.

    • Duane D.

      Let’s reclaim the joyful word “gay” while we’re at it.

  • Stephen Dalton

    The Bishop ought to hand out Skittles, just don’t hand out Arizona Tea with them!