Moles spend most of their life underground, and only become newsworthy when they surface, with much mess, in the middle of a pristine lawn in some pleasant English country garden.
Moles are in fact Catholic, and their subterranean lifestyle is wholly approved by the Holy See. They are the submarines of terra firma, in the Latin Rite.
They spend their lives shovelling dirt, destroying wurrums and being dark, warm-blooded, furry, and having limited senses above ground. They just love the earth.
Next time a mole visits your garden, try not to end its life. Instead, try and turn its earthwork into a garden feature. You will entertain Angels unawares, if you do.