QUESTION: This was in the Catholic Bulletin.
ANSWER: Yes, who is my neighbour, Jesus replied. A certain man was on his way from Jacksonville to Atlanta. He fell among white supremacists and they stripped him and beat him and went off and left him half dead. Now, a priest going that way saw the man. And he went to the other side of the road. A Catholic layman also happened to be going that way and seeing him, he went on by. But a Communist seeing him, went up to him and dressed his wounds with sulpha and bound them up. He put him in his own Falcon and brought him to his own hotel and took care of him. The next day he took ten dollars and gave it to the hotel keeper and said: ‘take care of him and whatever you spend, I will pay you when I come back.’ Which of these three do you think proved to be a neighbour to this man when he fell into enemy hands?
This is from a Catholic church bulletin. What a piece of Communist propaganda.
QUESTION: Was this sort of like a Sunday School lesson?
ANSWER: No, this was their Sunday bulletin, their church Bulletin like many churches put out, this bulletin every week.