Christina is back at her mother's church in Ocean Grove, watching some workmen repairing the stained glass window that the CGI mystery bugs flew to kill Harland last time. Man, that flashback doesn't even do justice to how poorly done those insects were. Christina's reverie is interrupted by a young priest who informs her that the window was two hundred years old. Christina has the grace to look a little guilty. She asks if anyone was hurt when it broke. That's a pretty weird question when you stop to think about it. I mean, when was the least time you saw statistics on how many people are killed in stained glass window accidents each year? The priest is totally unaware of Harland's death, which makes me wonder how his body disappeared. Christina's certainly not going to mention him. She jumps right to the topic of her grandfather, who used to be the groundskeeper. Young Priest says he will look through some church records for her.
Inside the church office, he tells her that Groundskeeper Willie, or whatever his real name is, was with the church for twenty-three years and that his daughter's name was Anne. Then he gets silent and weird as he's reading another piece of paper. Christina tries to draw more information from him, but all he will tell her is that her grandparents moved in 1987, which turns out to be the year Christina was born. Even though the priest is lying exceptionally poorly, Christina believes him. Jeez, even for someone relatively young, she seems shockingly gullible. This impression is strengthened when she asks the priest if he believes it's possible for someone to be cursed. He looks nervously down at the papers he's holding and doesn't even try to answer. How reassuring.
Amber and Sarah, Jesse's mom, have made good on their promise to visit Melrose Jake in his new abode. The house is filled with construction workers who are quietly shifting plywood pieces around in an effort to look busy but not create any audible background noise that would get in the way of the stupid dialogue. Amber is being extremely friendly, but it is Sarah that Jake wants to talk to once he learns that she works in the church. He suggests a tour and offers her his arm while Amber looks totally put out.
Back in the church, Christina tentatively speaks about the telekinetic abilities she thinks she has. The priest cuts her off to reassure that it's all just a coincidence. He also pretends not to understand what the Biohazard symbol is when she draws it out for him. He couldn't be less convincing, but Christina still continues to trust him with her confessions, telling him that sometimes she likes it when these bad things happen to people because of her. Obviously not one to take his priestly duties very seriously, this guy just fobs her off on God. Nice work passing the buck there.