At St. Mary’s Church in Americus, Georgia, at Mass Sunday, Fr. Clif Marquis said there was a fellow priest at his first assignment in Cleveland a couple years ago who was so concerned with the poor in the inner city that he would regularly: give the furniture in the rectory away. One of the readings this day was about the prophet Jonah and his message to Nineveh to repent, or else… After Communion at St. Mary’s, there was a time for introducing new families. I stood, introduced the family and then said I believed America was, indeed, “a Nineveh.” I explained that this day (Sunday) 24,000 people would starve to death in the Third World while we lived in relative comfort here. I also said 4,400 babies would be killed in their mothers’ wombs tomorrow (Monday) at abortion clinics all over America. I ended by saying it was time to “sell the furniture” here to keep people from starving over there. And it was time to go to the street corners of America and “scream out” as loudly and collectively as possible about abortion — so it ends. Note: The NFL Championship games were on later that afternoon. Children starving, babies being killed daily… and we’re more wrapped up in whether the Steelers are going to win or not.