Vicars gone viral: A singing nun, cartwheeling verger and other men and women of God who caught the world's attention

After Irish priest Father Ray Kelly's impromptu performance of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah went viral this week, we put together a few of our favourite clergy videos for you to enjoy.

Just in case you missed it, here's Father Ray:

Rev Kate Bottley of St Mary's and St Martin's Church in Blyth started a flashmob at one couples wedding last year: 

This nun surprised judges with her stunning vocals on the Italian version of The Voice:

One clergyman (understandably) got overexcited after Will and Kate's wedding at Westminster Abbey:

And finally, she might not be a real vicar, but Dawn French kept us laughing in Dibley for over a decade:

And this one's not a vicar at all, but with over 20 million views on YouTube and counting, how could we not include Jefferson Bethke's thought-provoking spoken word:

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