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When I was in elementary school nuns cam to our school. I thought that 'nun' meant they had no religion.

Anon
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Follow me and I will make you vicious old men.....OOPS that was really fishers of men

oddsox
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i used to think that the pope was married but also i thought howcome her wife never appeared on TV

jp
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I hated church. My uncle had me (and my cousins) to believe that, on Easter day, the Easter Bunnies leave chocolate and sweets all over the garden, just for us kids, if we were good and if we went to church regularly, and especially on Easter day. If we didn't go to church on that day, they would be so scared of being seen flying around (yes, they flew high in the sky on that day) they would left nothing for us.

After my parents told me Santa was dead, to spare me the pain that he never existed, I had my doubts about the existence of flying bunnies leaving chocolate presents in our garden.

I eventually found the chocolates, carefuly hidden in a wardrobe, and put them all under my bed. Then I watched the adults looking for those chocolates the rest of that day. My brother and my cousins never forgave me.

Oli.
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I thought the bible was an old bloke that worked at Ebenezer Methodist Church (like the caretaker), who kept saying wise things that were then relayed to us by our Sunday School teachers.

Sev
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I could never figure out why priests worked on Sunday which God had made a day of rest

johnboy
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At sunday school we were shown an illustrated children's book about "the Prodigal son". He was wearing a "dress" so for a while I thought that "prodigal" meant transvestite and that was why he had to leave his family, but in the end they decided to accept him. Ridiculous!

Barbara
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I thought you were supposed to take money out of the collection at church.

Wangchuk
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