"Thou shalt have no God before me," could be the motto of all Socialist regimes.
Father Cristóbal Magallanes Jara faced his executioners and absolved them before they shot him to death, on May 25, 1927.
"I am innocent, and I die innocent. I forgive with all my heart those responsible for my death, and I ask God that the shedding of my blood serves toward the peace of our divided Mexico."
During the Cristero War, the Christian uprising against the oppressive anti-clerical, pro-Communist Mexican government that persecuted Catholics, Father Cristóbal Magallanes Jara was arrested on his way to say Mass. For being a priest, he received a death sentence.