The Vatican has announced that it has brought a hawk in, to protect the Holy See's doves.
This has been warmly received in the Dove community. One dove said,
"We're really grateful to the Holy Father for bringing the hawk in. We are peaceable, forward-thinking, Tablet-reading doves. We are sure that, under the shadow of the hawk's wings, we can continue our peaceful progress in dialogue with our friends, the Lambeth sparrows, and continue to learn from them. We know that the hawk is not a great friend of the Lambeth sparrows, and he thinks that the Tablet is only fit for lining our coop. But we Vatican doves are so many more than him, that we are sure we will continue, democratically, to move our columbine way of life forward. Coo."
The hawk, however, seemed less amenable to the dove's views. When reporters asked his opinion, he replied,
"Passeres bene sapiunt. Et degustant bene columbae. Accipitris sum."
Observers remark that, as Latin goes, this is an extraordinary form
(Late update - it appears the story was some kind of delayed-action April Fool joke... I think the text above still stands)