We usually shy away from religious stories for the obvious reasons, but the Catholic Church seems to be egging us on. Last week, the church (via the Pope, no less) released its “Ten Commandments of Driving,” and now comes word from the U.S. Conference of Bishops about the church issuing a new series of radio and TV PSAs this Wednesday that ask, “What did you do for your marriage today?”. While we have no problem with most public service announcements, it strikes us as a bit off balance that celibate, single bishops might be telling us married folks how to do our jobs. (As if it’s not hard enough as it is.) But we’ll leave such final assessments to the professional comedians, who will no doubt have a field day with this one. Still, we can’t help wonder about the timing of it all, coming just before the release of Robin Williams’ new priest film, License to Wed. Did someone in Hollywood just pull off a massive PR coup?