Antonin Scalia, a conservative justice on the Supreme Court, told an interviewer for New York magazine that he believes in hell and the devil. The interviewer wondered whether he thought she would go to hell since she doesn’t believe in it. Scalia reiterated traditional Catholic doctrine, saying that everyone would go to heaven or hell but that you don’t have to be Catholic to go to heaven. He refused to condemn the reporter to hell. “I don’t even know whether Judas Iscariot is in hell . . . He may have recanted and had severe penance just before he died,” Scalia said (New York, October 6).