Considering how the Catholic Bishops want to tell people what to do, I though about who was really in charge of that organization. And so I wrote this piece. I just warped around the Sun and used my universal translator to listen into one performance review that didn’t go too well.
“Greetings, Jesus. Have a seat. Well it’s that time of year again. Performance review time. I’ll go through the review and then you can comment later before you sign it.
“Okay, the good news is that the people seem to like you and they loved the free food you got them at that picnic. I don’t want to know where you got those loaves and fishes, if they fell off a donkey or what, but it was great because it didn’t put a dent in our food budget. Some people called it a miracle, but it’s only a miracle if you’re not in the business of selling loaves and fishes. Our concessions vendors were really unhappy that day. But our real problem was revenue from plate passing was way down.
In the future if you are going to give away free food, remind them that there is no “free . . . → Read More: Jesus Has His Yearly Performance Review