Cincinnati’s Roman Catholic Archdiocese has decided that its 230 parishes and 110 schools in 19 counties should be afforded the pleasure of making its weekly donation via computer. They believe that this may help since fewer people carry cash these days. Of course, the collection basket will still be available, so perhaps they can come up with tokens for it that say, “I gave online.”
The idea isn’t particularly a new one as other houses of worship, including some in Georgia and California, have begun to place ATMs inside their doors on the off chance that the faithful forgot their checkbooks.
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