After 70 Years, Catholic's Still a Wonderful Life

After receiving 30 pieces of silver for betraying Jesus, Judas Iscariot repented, threw the money away and hanged himself.

Religious authorities used the money, according to St. Matthew’s Gospel, to buy the “potter’s field, to bury strangers in,” which became known as the “field of blood.”

Anyone who thinks it was a coincidence that the slums owned by bitter banker Henry F. Potter in “It’s a Wonderful Life” were called “Potter’s Field” isn’t paying attention to the gospel according to Frank Capra.

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