Covington Church Plans Services To Help Saints Fans Deal With Playoff Loss

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Saints fans continue to be irate and bemoan the fact that their team isn't going to the Super Bowl after pass interference wasn't called against the Rams late in the fourth quarter of the NFC Championship game.

But, the Reverend Bill Miller is ready to offer holy commiseration to those affected, telling NOLA.com/The Times-Picayune he'll hold four church services on Super Bowl Sunday at Christ Episcopal Church in Covington.

Those who come will be encouraged to wear black and gold clothing and they will be given yellow penalty flags. At the end of the service, folks will exit the church and hang the flags on prayer lines while "When the Saints Go Marchin' In" plays in the background.

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