One day, there was a priest sitting in a pew with a very worried and nervous look, and another priest saw him and wondered what was wrong. The second priest thought he should try to help, so he approached his distraught associate and asked him what was wrong.
"Well," the first priest said, "have you ever heard of a Freudian slip?"
"No," said the other.
"Well," said the first, "it's when one slips and says something one is thinking usually when it is the least opportune time."
"Oh," said the third, "so, what happened?"
"Well, today I performed a wedding and you know the part when you say "I now pronounce you man and wife" asked the first.
"Yes?" said the second.
"Well that is what I meant to say, and what I actually said was, "I now sentence you to death."