Today, April 11th 2010, is the closing of the Parish of St. Peter, in Cleveland, Ohio. This church is 150 years old, and is a historic landmark of the city. The Parish had raised more than enough funds to pay for the Church's continued operation, yet that money was confiscated by the diocese to pay their debts incurred during recent child abuse litigation. Last week was the Church's final mass, with the Pastor delivering an angry speech condemning the Cleveland Diocese leadership to hell. Shortly after the final mass, Bishop Lennon arrived with police, to close down the building and disperse the angry parishioners. Much to his surprise, however, the Church was empty, save for a small pouch left on the altar. In front of the pouch, a note "To: Bishop Lennon, From: The People of St. Peter's" Inside the small pouch? Thirty pieces of silver.