Bishop Kevin Vann of Orange County, CA is the latest Catholic bishop to respond to the PokèmonGO craze.

He recently tweeted three photos of himself with pokèmon photoshopped into the picture:

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Bishop David Ricken of Green Bay also recently responded to the game on Twitter, saying, “You might never find a Pikachu, but I promise you this – Search for Jesus, and you’ll find Him every time. Let #PokemonGO. Go #FindGOD.”

PokèmonGO is an augmented-reality game in which you have to travel to real-world places in order to catch virtual-world pokémon on your phone. It’s now the biggest mobile game in U.S. history.

[See also: Bishop: Can’t Find Pokémon? Search For Jesus Instead]

[See also: New Smartphone Game PokémonGO Is Leading People to Church!]

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