This morning, and volcanic dust clouds permitting, pilgrims from all over the world are expected to make a beeline for Dublin in Ireland, as it's been reported that a likeness of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Ghost (a.k.a The Holy Trinity) has appeared on the head a pint of Guinness pulled in a Boutique Hotel in Dublin's trendy Temple Bar on Monday evening.
Sean O'Rourke, the barman who pulled the pint told reporters:
"This wan and her auld fella comes into the bar, like, and asks for a small Chilean Chardonnay and a pint of Guinness. As soon as I poured the pint all the lights in the bar dimmed and there was the sound of a choir of angels. Well that in itself is a bit odd of course, but to tell the truth I didn't really think any more about it as I was run off my feet.
But then when I went to decorate the pint with a traditional shamrock, I near had a heart attack for there already on the head was the Holy Trinity looking up at me large as life"
Apparitions expert, Father Ronan O'Riordan released the following statement:
"Sure faith and begob! Isn't it a miracle? De Holy Trinity here in Dublin? Begorrah, sure 'tis fantastic to be sure to be sure. Ha ha ha! Oh Jeaze, ho ho ho!"
His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI, is being kept informed of the pint's status, and cardinals in the Vatican are not ruling out the possibility of the Pontiff making a snap visit to Dublin to beatify the pint should it be found responsible for precipitating any miracles.
Bookies chain, Paddy Power is offering odds of 1/3 that before long the pint will be elevated to saint status, because despite being over two days old, the image of the Trinity on the head is showing no sign of fading whatsoever .