Friday, December 04, 2009

Benedict XVI greets sister of young murderer being considered for sainthood

I nominate this guy as a possible future patron saint of abortionists:

Jacques Fesch killed a policeman on February 25, 1954 in Paris after a frustrated robbery attempt. After his imprisonment he began a three year-long period in which he experienced a conversion leading him to write a series of profound spiritual letters. He was condemned to the guillotine on April 6, 1957 and on October 1 of that year he was executed.

Abortionists must learn that if the Church can forgive this guy, they can forgive anyone.