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Monthly Archives: May 2011
The Child Timothy and His Teachers Nowadays, since the world has in it, alas! so few of Christian mothers and grandmothers, the church has thought it wise to supplement the instruction of home by teaching held under her fostering wing. … Continue reading
The motive for feeding the lambs was to be his Master’s self, and not his own self. Had Peter been the first pope of Rome, and had he been like his successors, which indeed he never was, surely it would … Continue reading
I am thankful today to the Lord for our military and the men and women who lay their lives on the line so I can sit here and write this post in freedom. They are on the front lines and … Continue reading