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18th Mar '17 1:02:52 PM Dravencour
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* In the ''VideoGames/{{Reincarnation}}'' game, ''The Clergy of Unholy'', the demon protagonist, whose job it is to track down Reincarnies (those that have EscapedFromHell and reincarnated on earth) and send them back to Hell, takes on a Reincarny who turns out to be one of these. When the demon discovers a drugged-up altar boy in Saul's bedchamber while searching through his church, it provides all the proof the demon needs to send Saul back to Hell.

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* In the ''VideoGames/{{Reincarnation}}'' game, ''The Clergy of Unholy'', the demon protagonist, whose job it is to track down Reincarnies (those that have EscapedFromHell and reincarnated on earth) and send them back to Hell, takes on a Reincarny who turns out to be one of these. When the demon discovers a drugged-up altar boy in Saul's bedchamber bedroom while searching through his church, it provides all the proof that the demon needs to send Saul back to Hell.
26th Feb '17 2:10:48 PM JohnPrestwick
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Given the implicit trust associated with the profession, this is typically portrayed as the ultimate betrayal of innocence and a MoralEventHorizon for everyone involved. Due to the cultural impact of the late twentieth to early twenty-first century child molestation scandals in the Catholic Church, Catholic priests are by far the most likely to be involved in a molestation accusation in modern media, although other religions are not immune. Of course, in real life pedophiles also can be a [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-24075588 a teacher, caregiver]], babysitter, or family friend, or even a random person online[[note]]Though for this to happen, a meeting must be arranged ''first,'' and personal information given that any parent worth his/her salt teaches their children to ''never'' give to strangers, making the terrible internet DeathTrap [[NewMediaAreEvil not nearly as much of one as those who fear it believe]].[[/note]] than a priest, simply because - just like murderers - pedophiles exist in all professions and at all levels of society. Hell, they can even be [[Creator/JimmySavile a children's TV presenter protected by having friends in high places]].

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Given the implicit trust associated with the profession, this is typically portrayed as the ultimate betrayal of innocence and a MoralEventHorizon for everyone involved. Due to the cultural impact of the late twentieth to early twenty-first century child molestation scandals in the Catholic Church, Catholic priests are by far the most likely to be involved in a molestation accusation in modern media, although other religions are not immune. immune.

Of course, in real life pedophiles also can be a parent, [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-24075588 a teacher, caregiver]], babysitter, or family friend, or even a random person online[[note]]Though for this to happen, a meeting must be arranged ''first,'' and personal information given that any parent worth his/her salt teaches their children to ''never'' give to strangers, making the terrible internet DeathTrap [[NewMediaAreEvil not nearly as much of one as those who fear it believe]].[[/note]] than instead of a priest, simply because - just like murderers - pedophiles exist in all professions and at all levels of society. Hell, they can even be [[Creator/JimmySavile a children's TV presenter protected by having friends in high places]].
places]]. [[http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/04/16/AR2010041602026.html Some studies have argued that Catholic priests are no more likely to be pedophiles than any other men]]. The main reason why abuse cases in the Catholic Churches drew far more media attention than, for example, cases in schools was because the Catholic Church cases were systematically covered up.
25th Feb '17 2:40:36 AM Dravencour
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* In the ''VideoGames/{{Reincarnation}}'' game, ''The Clergy of Unholy'', the demon protagonist, whose job it is to track down Reincarnies (those that have EscapedFromHell and have reincarnated on earth) and send them back to Hell, takes on a Reincarny who turns out to be one of these. When the demon discovers a drugged-up altar boy in Saul's bedchamber while searching through his church, it provides all the proof the demon needs to send Saul back to Hell.

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* In the ''VideoGames/{{Reincarnation}}'' game, ''The Clergy of Unholy'', the demon protagonist, whose job it is to track down Reincarnies (those that have EscapedFromHell and have reincarnated on earth) and send them back to Hell, takes on a Reincarny who turns out to be one of these. When the demon discovers a drugged-up altar boy in Saul's bedchamber while searching through his church, it provides all the proof the demon needs to send Saul back to Hell.
25th Feb '17 2:38:41 AM Dravencour
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* In the ''VideoGames/{{Reincarnation}}'' game, ''The Clergy of Unholy'', the demon protagonist, whose job it is to track down Reincarnies (those that have EscapedFromHell and have reincarnated on earth) and send them back to Hell, takes on a Reincarny who turns out to be one of these. When the demon discovers a drugged-up altar boy in Saul's bedchamber while searching through his church, it provides the proof that the demon needs that Saul is still evil and needs to die.

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* In the ''VideoGames/{{Reincarnation}}'' game, ''The Clergy of Unholy'', the demon protagonist, whose job it is to track down Reincarnies (those that have EscapedFromHell and have reincarnated on earth) and send them back to Hell, takes on a Reincarny who turns out to be one of these. When the demon discovers a drugged-up altar boy in Saul's bedchamber while searching through his church, it provides all the proof that the demon needs that to send Saul is still evil and needs back to die.Hell.
25th Feb '17 2:37:02 AM Dravencour
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* Saul, the Reincarny from ''The Clergy of Unholy'', one of the ''VideoGame/{{Reincarnation}}'' series, turns out to be one of these. When the demon protagonist, whose job in the games is to send Reincarnies back to Hell, discovers a drugged-up altar boy in his bedchamber while searching through his church, it provides the proof that the demon needs that Saul is still evil and needs to die.

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* Saul, In the Reincarny from ''VideoGames/{{Reincarnation}}'' game, ''The Clergy of Unholy'', one of the ''VideoGame/{{Reincarnation}}'' series, demon protagonist, whose job it is to track down Reincarnies (those that have EscapedFromHell and have reincarnated on earth) and send them back to Hell, takes on a Reincarny who turns out to be one of these. When the demon protagonist, whose job in the games is to send Reincarnies back to Hell, discovers a drugged-up altar boy in his Saul's bedchamber while searching through his church, it provides the proof that the demon needs that Saul is still evil and needs to die.
25th Feb '17 2:33:22 AM Dravencour
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* Saul, the Reincarny from ''The Clergy of Unholy'', one of the ''VideoGame/{{Reincarnation}}'' series, turns out to be one of these. When the demon protagonist discovers a drugged-up altar boy in his bedchamber while searching through his church, it provides the proof that the demon needs to send Saul back to Hell.

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* Saul, the Reincarny from ''The Clergy of Unholy'', one of the ''VideoGame/{{Reincarnation}}'' series, turns out to be one of these. When the demon protagonist protagonist, whose job in the games is to send Reincarnies back to Hell, discovers a drugged-up altar boy in his bedchamber while searching through his church, it provides the proof that the demon needs to send that Saul back is still evil and needs to Hell.die.
25th Feb '17 2:29:42 AM Dravencour
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* Saul, the Reincarny from ''The Clergy of Unholy'', one of the ''VideoGame/{{Reincarnation}}'' series, turns out to be one of these. When the demon protagonist discovers a drugged-up altar boy in his bedchamber while searching through his church, it provides the proof that the demon needs to send Saul back to Hell.
16th Feb '17 4:42:23 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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16th Feb '17 4:40:35 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* A janitor is mopping the church when the priest grabs him. The priest exclaims that he has an important meeting he has to attend and cannot miss, but was scheduled to take confessions instead. The priest shoves a list of sins into the janitor's hands and tells him just listen to the confessions, look up the penance, and tell the confessor how many "Hail Mary"s to say. The janitor doesn't mind helping, and goes into the confessional while the priest grabs his golf clubs and leaves. The people come in, the janitor looks up the sin and says the penance. This goes on just fine for a bit, until a man confesses he got a blow job. The janitor checks every page of his instructions -- it's not listed. Panicking the janitor peeks outside of the confessional and sees an altar boy walking past. "How much does the priest give for a blow job???" the janitor whispers to the altar boy. The altar boy replies "20 bucks and a candy bar."
* A Baptist pastor, a Catholic priest, a rabbi and a group of children are on board the Titanic. When the iceberg hits, the pastor yells "save the children!". The Rabbi says "fuck the children!". The priest says "do we have time for that?"
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* A janitor is mopping the church when the priest grabs him. The priest exclaims that he has an important meeting he has to attend and cannot miss, but was scheduled to take confessions instead. The priest shoves a list of sins into the janitor's hands and tells him just listen to the confessions, look up the penance, and tell the confessor how many "Hail Mary"s to say. The janitor doesn't mind helping, and goes into the confessional while the priest grabs his golf clubs and leaves. The people come in, the janitor looks up the sin and says the penance. This goes on just fine for a bit, until a man confesses he got a blow job. The janitor checks every page of his instructions -- it's not listed. Panicking the janitor peeks outside of the confessional and sees an altar boy walking past. "How much does the priest give for a blow job???" the janitor whispers to the altar boy. The altar boy replies "20 bucks and a candy bar."
* A Baptist pastor, a Catholic priest, a rabbi and a group of children are on board the Titanic. When the iceberg hits, the pastor yells "save the children!". The Rabbi says "fuck the children!". The priest says "do we have time for that?"
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27th Jan '17 8:44:26 AM dmcreif
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* ''Series/TrueBlood'': One mini episode sees [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSN-e_xmhgM&t=206s a creepy old pastor try to hit on]] Jessica Hamby. Of course, he constantly denigrates her by calling her a "whore". [[TheDogBitesBack Jessica bares her fangs, makes him admit he's married, then tells him to go back to his wife and have sex with her like it's his first time]]. Finally, Jessica makes him leave the bar, but not before she makes him shout [[CrowningMomentOfFunny "I'M A BIG FUCKING PERVERT WITH A BIG BONER FOR JESUS!"]]
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