Sunday Sermon Episode 42: Fr Quigg’s Christmas Wish


Happy Christmas everybody, hope you’re all well.

On this Christmas edition of the Sunday Sermon, Ireland’s best podcast, I discuss:

– the perennial Macaulay Culkin Christmas classic “Party Monster”.
– Doctors versus Priests.
– the similarities between my brother Judas’s situation with my sister-in-law Noona and that of Joseph’s crazy set up with Mary.
– How The Mick (Lowry) Stole Christmas.
– the hazards of jelly attaching itself to your skin.
– my 160 year-old grandparents.

I close out the podcast with a rendition of a Tom Waits’ Christmas classic.

See you in the New Year. My gift to you is this and all the other 40-odd episodes I’ve recorded so far. You’ve got two weeks to get caught up (or 1.2 days if you “binge” them all at once).

Happy Christmas,

Quigg out.

Giles Brody

Giles is a comedy fellow from Athenry, Co. Galway. He's written jokes for "Irish Pictorial" and also wrote/directed the RTE Storyland series "Student Teacher". He co-hosts the monthly comedy show "The Mess Around" with his friend Colin Chadwick in The Workman's, Dublin. Giles helped devise an early incarnation of "The Alison Spittle Show", wrote the theatrical farce "Couples Counselling", was choked on "Republic Of Telly" and recently played Barry Man the barman in RTE's sitcom "Nowhere Fast". Giles is currently co-writing the animated adventure show "Divine Consultants" with Adam Cullen and creator Juha Fiilin for YTV.