"Hidden From The Enemy" joke
An elderly man went to church and asked the priest if he would hear his confession. The priest assured him that he would, so the two entered their respective sides of the confessional.
"Father," the old man began, "at the beginning of World War II, a beautiful woman knocked on my door and asked if I would hide her from the enemy. I hid her in my attic and they never found her."
"That's a wonderful thing," the priest interjected, "but it certainly isn't something you need to confess!"
"Oh, it gets worse, Father," the old man continued. "I was very weak and told her that she must repay me for hiding her by providing me with sexual favors."
The priest contemplated this disclosure for a few moments and then responded, "It was a very difficult time and you took a very big risk. You would have suffered terribly at the hands of the enemy had they found out you were hiding her. I am certain that God, in his wisdom and mercy, will balance the good and the evil of your acts and judge you kindly."
"Thank you, Father," replied the old man. "That is a big relief. May I ask one more question?"
"Certainly, my son," the priest replied.
"Must I tell her that the war is over?" the old man asked.
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