“Forgive me, father, for I have sinned. My last confession was three months ago. I have committed a mortal sin, but I did it to preserve the life of the one I desire, the safety of this world and my own life.”
From behind the screen there was a sigh. Sebastian recognized it. It was Father Harrison, who usually took confession around this time. It was safe to tell him everything; he had been red cord bound for years after witnessing someone flying.
Father Harrison finally spoke. His voice was weary. “Tell me, Sebastian, who have you killed this time?”