Does God have a sense of humor? Can you be holy and still enjoy a good joke?
Father Thomas Dailey, O.S.F.S. shares with editor Matt Gambino and producer Gina Christian how laughter helps to spread the good news of the Gospel, while deepening relationships and making life’s journey easier.
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Read Father Thomas Dailey’s related column on the relationship between humor and holiness.
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