Catholics in trouble!-National Football League claims “Saints” is exclusive NFL Trademark

New Orleans, LA — Earlier today the Archdiocese of of New Orleans received a letter from the National Football League (NFL) about the unauthorized use of NFL trademarked property.   NFL spokes person John Tallibou says that the “Catholic Church in New Orleans has been using unauthorized songs, images, and colors in their services for years that mention “saints” or the Saints color and symbols that are trademarked to the NFL by means of the New Orleans Saints franchise team.”

The NFL is demanding that all colors, marks, symbols, signs, and songs that have any reference to “saints” or the colors associated with the team must be removed from the property of all Catholic Churches in New Orelans.  So far, the list includes: the color gold, the fleur de lis,  the color black, the color white, as well as any songs and prayers that use the words “Saints”, “New” or “Orleans”.

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(Editor’s note: No. This is NOT a joke!)

1 Comment

  1. It is satire. They are fighting over the “Who Dat” phrase and who owns it.
    I think they had to stop printing the shirts before the game.
    The Catholic Church isn’t involved, yet.


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