At least according to this acquaintance of Adam Dawkins, the Paulist Development Director who reports this tidbit from the Holy Land:

Best line overheard in the Holy Land: yesterday while waiting in the long line at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre to visit the spot where Jesus was crucified, an elderly British lady comes up to me and says, “What’s this? Why is everyone queuing up?” I reply, “Oh, this is Golgotha.” She then says, “Golgotha?! Oh, I don’t think Anglicans believe in that” and walked away.

Bwahahahahahahahaha. You can’t make this stuff up.

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  1. In fairness, I must add my two cents. (I know, you are asking if I ever shut up. And I know that you know the answer to that!)

    And yes, I do appreciate your complete tongue in cheek approach to many things.

    While the Church of the Holy Sepulchre is believed to be the place, there is a second site that is thought by many to be the actual Golgotha. It is called The Garden Tomb.

    File under, “just sayin.” 🙂

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