a Roman Catholic priest, whose services were attended by thousands of people in a huge cathedral. This priest didn't use the customary collection plates for the offering. Instead, he set up a large table near the door for this purpose. After the people had left, the table was laden with money, with silver and gold. As the old priest was counting this money with his young curate at his side, he said, "Look, young man. Peter can no longer say, 'Silver and gold have I none.' Nor can the Pope say that today." To which the young man replied, "Neither can he say, 'In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, rise up and walk!'"