The priest asks to speak to the boys alone, requesting to see the youngest first. The young boy comes in and sits at a large table across the room from the priest. The priest looks at the boy, points at him and, trying to emphasize that God is in everyone, asks, “Where is God?” The boy looks around the room and back at the priest and says nothing.
Again, the priest points at the boy and in a louder voice asks, “Where is God?” The boy says nothing. The priest walks around the table, pointing inches from the boy’s face and asks again, “Where is God?” The boy jumps out of his chair and runs out the door.
The boy runs right home, grabs his older brother and says to him, “We are in BIG trouble!”
His brother replies, “We haven’t done anything!”
The younger brother replies, “God’s missing, and they think we did it!”