To endeavour to instruct the ignorant, to promote piety, and to remove unhappy prejudice, are aims laudable in every christian, but are particularly objects of pastoral zeal. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass has ever been held, by Catholics, the principal homage of the Christian religion, and assiduous assistance thereat as one of the most useful, solid, and sanctifying exercises of devotion. It also is, and for some time has been, one of the chief butts of raillery, sarcasm, and scorn, to those who are apt to blaspleme whatsoever things they know not. The view of the Author, or rather Compiler of the following short Treatise, is to afford an easy means of familiar acquaintance with all the parts of this sacred Liturgy; to show the meaning, propriety, antiquity, and authority of its Vestments and Ceremonies, as also the orthodoxy of the Doctrines on which it is founded. or are connected with it. So that Catholics may be able to demonstrate that the Worship therein paid to Almighty God, is a reasonable service; and that they who have) unfortunately and almost unwittingly, imbibed prejudice against it, may have an opportunity of examining fairly rather than condemn rashly."
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Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things. (Philippians 4:8) Positive words a long with small phrases are what you will fi nd in Think On These Things. Some are original, "When There's No Sun Shine Rely On God's Solar Power." Some you may have heard before, "Save Up For A Rainy Day." These phrases along with scriptures quotes from the KJV, NASB and the NIV bible make up a word for you today unlike any other. A word to exhilarate you and carry you through the day. Whether your an adult or a youth, you will appreciate the Simplicity of these phrases and quotes.
"Then you really don't intend to marry me, Wilfrid?" "The honour of being your husband, Tibbie, I must respectfully decline," I said. "But I'd make you a very quiet, sociable wife, you know. I can ride to hounds, cook, sew clothes for old people, and drive a motor. What higher qualifications do you want?" "Well-love, for instance."
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