There’s actually quite a bit to the backstory of Ro and Mark, there’s just never been a place to put it.
Can’t wait to see this Sister Liberata!
Fairly sure we won’t see a piano with a candelabra on it, which is kinda a pity.
So he can sense lies… but what about second-hand information?
Andrew steals the last chocolate chip cookie, with no witnesses and places the empty bag in Charlie’s room.
Andrew tells Bill that Charlie was the one that did it.
If Father Mark asks Bill who took the cookie, could he still sense the falsehood behind what Bill believes to be true?
Well, a lie is purposefully not telling the truth with the intent to deceive. So repeating incorrect information that one believes to be true isn’t a lie. However, further questioning might reveal that Bill doesn’t KNOW who took the cookie. He just knows that Andrew told him that Charlie took it.
Now, if he was questioning an eye witness who sincerely believes that s/he is giving a correct account of the crime, it’s not going to ping as a lie, even though it might be incorrect.
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