Catholic Churches in poorer areas getting leftover, bad cuts of Jesus.
Churches in the poorer areas of Italy have discovered that they are getting the less desirable cuts of Jesus when they take communion. Africo, IT (population 3,200) is possibly the poorest town in Italy. Its unemployment rate is 40% and the gross average wage of the few who have a job is €14,000 a year. Virtually no one under the age of 30 works in Africo and one-third of the inhabitants are older than 55. It's no wonder that its Catholic Churches get the less desirable cuts