This week a jury of twelve in Toledo, Ohio convicted an elderly Catholic priest, Gerald Robinson, of murdering a nun with whom he worked some twenty-six years ago.

To the end Father Robinson maintained his innocence but did not take the witness stand in his own defense. A letter opener in his desk drawer was proven to be the murder weapon.

One Roman catholic person cried out at the verdict, “How could he minister in the church all these years with murder on his conscience?”

This is an important point. All Catholic priests are entitled to “celebrate Mass.” This means, according to Romish doctrine, that they perform the miracle of turning the bread and wine of the sacrament of Communion “into the body and blood of Christ” (literally). Would Christ sanction a murderer’s performance of such a miracle?

More erroneous bologna from the moral bankruptcy that passes for true Christianity!