But the Catholic Church is desperate for new recruits — and beggars can’t be choosers. The Post reports on the Church’s new recruitment drive:

Recent local campaigns have… [used] posters, pamphlets and newspaper ads to show that priests are anything but lonely and isolated. One of them features the slogan “Life’s Great in Black and White” and a photo of a group of young priests smiling and laughing. Other churches have picked up the catchphrase “Men in Black,” using it on posters riffing off the Hollywood movie or as the name of a team of priests who travel to parishes to shoot hoops and talk about their work.

Call us old-fashioned, but we always thought that religious life was about a calling to service, not about having a jolly good time and playing basketball…

Hearing God’s Call In Search for Happiness [WP]

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