Last Wednesday, which happened to be Ash Wednesday, a lunchroom worker at Pugh Elementary School in Houston, Texas, was washing a pizza baking sheet when she saw the familiar shape of the Virgin Mary on it. Word got around and soon crowds flocked to the school. The principal gave the baking sheet to the PTA to display on an altar outside a student’s house who lives nearby. The kitchen manager wanted the baking sheet back. The lunchroom worker, Guadalupe Rodriguez, wanted to keep it to set up a permanent altar. The principal played Solomon, negotiating a deal whereby Rodriguez keeps the baking sheet, the PTA gets to display it this weekend, and the kitchen gets a brand spanking new pan. Peace prevails.