Some people may not realize that football isn’t over yet. Football is one of those things people watch when it isn’t baseball season.
That said, Green Bay and Pittsburgh, of all places, are in the Super Bowl.
Another thing people may not realize is that former Bishop of Green Bay, H.E. David Zubick, is now Bishop of Pittsburgh.
From a story in the The Compass, the Green Bay diocesan newspaper:
Bishop David Ricken and Bishop Zubik have agreed on a charitable Super Bowl wager. The bishop from the losing team will make a cash donation from his personal funds to Catholic Charities of the winning diocese.
I think the fix was in.
And they are both named David… hmmmm….
There’s something dodgy about this.
Come to think of it, Bp. Ricken was born in Dodge City. Hmmmm….
Coincidence? You decide.
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