Salvatore Cordileone, who was named Archbishop of San Francisco's Archdiocese in late July, allegedly took one too many sips of the Blood of Christ before getting behind the wheel this weekend.
The newly minted leader was reportedly arrested for driving under the influence in San Diego at 12:26 a.m. Saturday, the San Diego Union-Tribune first reported.
But over the weekend Cordileone was pulled over on College Avenue near Montezuma Road, which is near the San Diego State campus. Not a bad place to be on a Friday night -- if you are in college.
He was booked on a misdemeanor DUI charge, and posted bail just in time for Sunday mass.