Once, a Jesuit, a Dominican and a Franciscan were walking along a Boulevard lane. They were discoursing on various issues of theology. Suddenly, they saw the Holy Family appeared in front of them, with Jesus in a manger and Mary and Joseph praying over him.
The Dominican was the first to come forward. He knelt and adored the reflection of the Trinity and the Holy Family.
The Franciscan was not far behind. He came and was overcome with awe at the sight of God born in such poverty.
The Jesuit, who was seeing all this came in and reached to Joseph, put his arm around his shoulder, and said, "So, dude, thinking of sending the kid to school?"