Priests, Jesuits and nuns. The pope poked fun at all of them during his Slovakia visit

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The Pope meeting with bishops, priests, religious, consecrated persons, seminarians, and catechists at the Cathedral of St. Martin in Bratislava.The Pope meeting with bishops, priests, religious, consecrated persons, seminarians, and catechists at the Cathedral of St. Martin in Bratislava. (Source: TASR)

Most of the time he is serious, but Pope Francis showed during his four-day visit to Slovakia that he can have fun as well.

Here are seven witty remarks the pope uttered while visiting the country:

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