Vial Of John Paul II’s Blood Stolen From Church

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Vial Of John Paul II’s Blood Stolen From Church

Thieves stole a Catholic relic that contained blood from the late pope John Paul II from a church in central Italy over the weekend, prompting a major police search in the area. What do you think?

  • “They say as long as you have a person’s blood, they’re not really gone.”

    Bob Cupisti
    Nickel Plater
  • “It’s sickening that anyone would use blood for anything but normal Catholic customs.”

    Sonia Herron
    Museum Curator
  • “That’s why I always hide my blood in an old Pringles can.”

    Victor Loriga
    Unemployed