of the Lord’s Prayer. In the back of the church, in the last
when told, but they pray. They grip and rub their rosaries.
they have facial hair.
Thank you Father Macklepenny, for
coming all the way across town to be
passage, as if on command. The two turn and begin to stride
for the alter, eyes down, determined.
ANNABELLE MACMANUS (V.O.)
(thick Irish accent)
From the moment they were born, of
the same womb, on the same day, they
just had their own way, my boys did.
And I always knew that one day they
would do something of true greatness.
bring about such a... such a
congregation amazed to find that he is the only one who thinks
this out of the ordinary.
the boys from this disgraceful disturbance.
They rise and as abruptly as they came, they turn and head
...and I am reminded of this holy
day of the sad story of Kitty
Geneviese. This poor soul cried out
time and time again for help but no
person answered her calls. Though
many saw, not one so much as called.
Nobody wanted to take a stand... We
must fear evil men and deal with
them accordingly but what we must
truly guard against, what we must
Is the indifference of good men.
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