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The Funniest Catholic Jokes & The Catholic Card Game

On this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys are joined by Matt Martinusen to talk about Catholic joy and humor and learn how to play The Catholic Card Game

In this episode, you will learn:
• Why God WANTS you to laugh often
• What did saints say about laughing and jokes?
• How to play The Catholic Card Game
• 20 Great Catholic Dad Jokes
• A high-stakes laughing contest where the loser has to shave his beard…
• and much more


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4 comments on The Funniest Catholic Jokes & The Catholic Card Game

  1. Andrea says:

    Hi guys,
    And no, Fr. Rich, you have no tonsure that is RS busting your aggies. I like sick humor, Irish humor, bad humor, or humor in general and in particular. I try to make God laugh and have been doing that since I was a toddler. God was my companion when no-one else was around. Chesterton was one of my dad’s favorite authors. One of your readers had one of the best St. Paddy’s jokes I read. I will share it below. Here is another:

    “Paddy lost a bundle on the Melbourne Cup, a famous Australian horse race. Then he lost again on the TV replay.” Then there’s one of my favorite ‘Catholic’ jokes:

    “There was a great flood and a man saved himself by perching on the top of his roof. A boat came by and the people yelled out to him to jump and they would save him. He answered “No thank you. God will provide.” Then a rescue helicopter came overhead and they threw down a rope telling him to grab it and they would save him. He answered “No thank you. God will provide.” Well, the waters covered the roof and the man drowned. When he got to Heaven the first question he asked God was why God didn’t save him. God answered I sent you a boat and a helicopter what more did you want?!”

    The Catholic card game sucks and will never catch on. I couldn’t even crack a smile. I hope Matt didn’t quit his day job. It was so unfunny that I congratulated each of you for the charity of laughing anyway. Proves some people will laugh at anything. Maybe you three were laughing at how lame it all was. The three of you became unfunny just because of the company you were keeping! Matt may be a great guy but he lacks a rib and a funny bone as well.

    A St. Paddy’s Day Catholic Talk Show poster/reader’s joke for Lent posting paraphrased:
    “A man walks into a local bar and orders three beers. He drinks all three and leaves. He comes in the next night, and the night after, and the night after that and does the same thing. The bartender and the locals get curious and ask him why three drinks. He answers he has two brothers, one in Australia and one in America. It is a family tradition as he toasts his family health every time he drinks. Next time he comes in he orders only two beers, drinks them and leaves. He does this the next night, and the night after, and the night after that. The bartender and the locals gather around him and ask if one of his brothers died. He answered “No, they are alive and well, it is meself I am not drinking for. I gave up drinking for Lent.””

    This show should be re-titled Worst Jokes Ever and they were so bad that even SNL would turn up its nose on making fun of them. Watching this show I almost wanted to give up my sense of humor for Lent like you guys obviously did.

    Wishing us all a good Lenten Season and good health.

  2. Theresa says:

    Thank you for another enjoyable podcast! The dad jokes reminded me of the silly jokes my dad would tell us years ago. I like the good clean fun and your friendship with each other.

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