Priests in the UK have been ordered by the upper echelons of the Roman Catholic Church to cease their habit of greeting worshipers at their morning services with a 'good morning'. Apparently they are afraid that such a greeting is too informal and do not want religious ceremonies to turn into a cabaret show.
A church spokeman said, "The fear is that if some guidance is not given and general decisions are not put down, the interpretation of the liturgy leads to unsuitable things, like strobe lights and girls in hotpants. The aim of the new translation is to bring more dignity to the service."
Erm, I fancy the idea of hotpants myself, you never know, it may bring a bit of life to the dull, morose services and actually attract people to the church.