We all have different ways of expressing our faith and celebrating holidays. Some prefer to engage in quiet reflection and prayer, while others enjoy loud and musical expressions of joy. 

However, one Sri Lankan church accidentally took their religious fervor to a new level with the Christmas Day service booklets. 


Twitter user Ravindu Thimantha really got us in the Christmas spirit with a photo from the church service. Instead of printing the words to the Hail Mary prayer, the church passed out the lyrics to Tupac's 1996 single "Hail Mary."



Yes, devout Christians gathered on Christmas Day, only to find these glorious lyrics printed in their booklets. 

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What better way to celebrate the birth of Christ than by singing "Revenge is like the sweetest joy next to gettin' p*ssy"?


Obviously, the people Twitter wanted to know exactly how the church service went down.... and the photos have been retweeted nearly 20,000 times

 

 

 


Sadly, Father Da Silva, a priest from the archdiocese, confirmed to CNN that they asked the congregation to return the booklets upon realizing the mistake.


We have a feeling that Tupac would be proud. 


But who do we have to thank for this hilarity? According to Da Silva, a "young boy" was tasked with printing the booklets, and he downloaded lyrics to the "wrong version" of the song (although we would argue this is definitely the right version). 


Still, this absolutely counts as a Christmas miracle. 


Hail Mary.