Two priests and a rabbi compare experiences.
A Catholic priest, a Protestant priest and a rabbi are competing in who’s the best at their job.
They agree to go to the woods, find a bear each and try to convert the bear in to their respective religions.
Later they compare their experiences.
The Catholic priest begins, “When I found the bear, I preached to it and splashed holy water over it. Next week it’ll participate in it’s first communion.”
“I found a bear by the river,” the Protestant priest says. “I read it the Holy Gospel. It was so enchanted that it allowed me to baptize itself.”
They both look at the rabbi that’s lying on a strecher in a full-body cast.
“In hindsight,” he says, “it was perhaps a bad idea to start with the circumcision.”