A stand-up comedian warming up the audience for the Pope? Yes, that’s what went down last week when comedian Jim Gaffigan delivered the gospel of comedy to thousands of people in Philadelphia. “I know after I’m done, you’re going to be tempted to leave. But there’s this guy coming up, 78 years old, use to be the bouncer of a dance club. He’s going to talk for a little bit.” He continued on to joke, “I’m from a big mid-western catholic family, 9 parents, thank you very much.” He closed out his set by letting the crowd know that, “Having the Pope as a kid is the ultimate bragging rights. ‘What’s that, your son is a doctor? Yeah, ours is the Pope.'” Here’s Gaffigan’s set from that afternoon.