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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 21 December 1901

1 THE fNTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 21 1901 3 < > OO < X > < > < X > < > < > < > < > O < X > < > O < XXX > O < X > CKXX > O < > < > < > O < > I g < The Old and 8 0 I 8 o New In 0 Montana 8 < I OOOCO < CXXXX > < CXKX > OOO oooooooooooooooooO < < < < < < < < < Twelve ncres of land comprising twelvefourteenths of the historic old Roman Catholic mission of St 1lar s at Stevensville were transferred by purchase to David r Kennon of Ste vensville says the Missoula Mlssoulian The price is not stated and the lea son for the sale as given by those who are in a position 10 know is that the pxtra land about the mission was rath er more of a burden than a benefit to I the institution since in these modern days large parcels of land art not necessary adjuncts to mission churches By this transr Mr Kennon comes into possession of the most fa...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 21 December 1901

F 1 I 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 21 j j I r IRE INTERMOUNTAIN 418GB C 1 1 ESTABLISHED 1SKJ 1 I Tie Colorado Catholic I Ji i ESTABLISHED 1S3I I 1i J j I 1 Consolidated Oct 2 899 r Published Every Saturday by i The Intcrmotmtain Catholic Co I 249 Main Stet Telephone G 5200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE I REMITTANCES Remittances should be made by post t offlce or express money orders drafts or t registered letters CHANGING ADDRESS i I I Subscribers removing from one place to I I another and desiring papers changed q should always give former as change I I present address 1e wel CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to THE INTERMOUNTAIN TH mGXTA CATHOLIC news contributions of inter contrlbutom oat to their respective oarishes repectve f t Entered in the postoffice at Salt Lako I Ii City as secondclass matter SATURDAY DEC 21 1901 11 I I I J i j OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT t t t Editor Intermountain Catholic My Dear Sir Catholc your favor Iaor 1 t asKlng ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 21 December 1901

THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 21 1901 5 0 I tj 1 sDI1tO j 8uNj Busy 2 1 II I 4 I f j TT K S 2 L iId LETTERWRITING DIRECTIONS Write on one side of paper only Do not have letters too long Address all letters to Aunt Busy In termouatam Catholic SIGHS OF CHRISTMAS jSf When ma begins to tiptoe round JC we begin to hear A certain hushy whisperin sound About this time of year We know that she n Sandy Claus Are fixln things to do 4 N tlO we never peek because i They never want us to When Sister Mary goes about Ahinlin that she wishes She had a teapot with a spout To match her set of dishes We know its time for us to write Our letters n to set em Unhide the hearth whore in the night Ole Sandy Clausll get cm When all the seats in Sunday school Are tilled ith girls n boys N no one ever breaks a rule R makes a bit of noise Wo know it cant be very long Till Sandy will appear K jwBfc his presents to the throng f rb That comes but once a year When Aunt Melindy comes n brings The...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 21 December 1901

t II J I it 6 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 21 i 111 Dress and I J I W oman S World Character r j Specially Prepared for Our Feminine Readers j ii i POOR WOMAN i Chicago RecordHerald Fate and man have used her ill 9 1 Poor woman I f Hers is a wretched role to fill 1 j Poor woman I She may not sin us man may sin I And after wandering astray 4 Be welcomed back and taken in 1 Her stains arc never washed away Poor woman ah poor woman t f 1001 She must forever be on guard i Poor woman Her case is very very hard Poor woman t The license that she gives to men Is not for her she wills It to She gladly pardons man but when Her sister pleads she answers no 1 Poor woman ah poor woman She must forever hide her years I Poor woman i Instead of strength she has her tears I Poor woman i Man argues with his fists but she In case her sister is unfair May only weep or angrily Rush In and go to pulling hair I I Poor woman ah poor woman 1 The money that man earns she spends f Poor wom...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 21 December 1901

I THE INTERMQUNlAiN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER oJ 1901 7 a atest 1rsh n wS Dublin r Weekly The Manchester Martyrs procession through the streets of Dublin to Glas ncvin cemetery on Sunday was the most imposing for many years Cele brations of the anniversary were held also at Kilkenny where the mayor of Limerick spoke at Cork at Limerick Waterford Downpatrick and else where A public meeting was held at the Mansion house on Thursday under the presidency of the lord mayor in refer ence to the importation of rolling stock of the Midland Great Western railway Resolutions were adopted calling upon the company to have the work done at home and asking that a deputation might be received by the directors at an early date to discuss the question Cecilian festi On Sunday the annual Cecian fcst val was celebrated in the proCathedral I Marlborough street High mass was celebrated at 12 oclock his Grace the The Archbishop of Dublin presiding sermon on the occasion was preached by the Rev John ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 21 December 1901

P T I M iH II 8 I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER al i901 J J J Intermountain I i Catholic S OFFICE 249 MAIN I 1 TELEPHONE j = = = = = i INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC may be found on day of publication S at following news stands Salt lake News Co 71 E Second South street L E Hammel 49 E Second South street j II = J SALT + + LAKEI + + I + I t I I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I CHURCH NOTES Preparations Made For the Christmas Celebration t Wednesday Friday and Saturday of the past week were fast days of obli gatIon I Mass was celebrated in Mercur last r Sunday by Rev Father Keonan l < < Miss Clara Dwyer was the soloist at J the 9 oclock mass last Sunday < Midnight mass will be celebrated at the Holy Cross hospital St Marys academy All Hallows college and the Kearns St Anns orphanage on Christ mas eve The public are not allowed to attend these services 0 Rev Father Curran spent a few days in Ogden last week with Rev Father Cushnahan 0 Services were held at the U...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 28 December 1901

t A < nsr Kis I ga l yw to M o N LVADA GA60 ADp t470MligG ylo R S p 1 waooooooooQooooooooaooooooooooaooooeeaooooeoaooeoooooooooo oQooooooooooo > p vt7roily + j h P iji e OOOOOOOOOOOOODOOOOOOOOOOOOOD nal > OOOOO0OOOOOaOB4OOCOQOOOOOOOOOOCOOaOaooooOOOOOO 000000oooooD r oooooosecocoaaoeeovaoooeoooooooooaaoooaoaOyiooooocaoooeooo oeooooooo oct L r S 5 Volume 3 No 13 Third Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER DECEMBER 28 1901 Colorado Catholic Eighteenth Year I 4a1 i A FL cu JwS t 1 M L 1 r I arci t j I I I a i I I i tu X I I I I I I n t n 1131 I I l 1 + r a i lL 4 1A 1I 1 I 1I 1 I ti IN 1 r fir 1I 1 I N 1 I 1 1I 1 I 1I I 1 r r U I Ii PLEA FOR PEACE A most important announcement was read after all the Masses on Christmas day in which the members of the congregation took interest The following petition composed by the editor of the Cosmopolitan Magazine was sent to the heads of all the churches in America irrespective of creed with a request that it be read at the services on Christmas d...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 28 December 1901

u fit iI II Ip I 2 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 28 1901 p TijLi I I This is Cburch Iurt the victory icbvi = which over br cometh the t f Universal faith world nour i I I j I WEEKLY CHUECH CALENDAR Sunday Dec Sunday within the Octave St Thomas Bishop and Mar tyr tyrAlonduy Alonduy Dec 300C the Octave Tuesday pee 31St Sylvester Pope and Confessor Wednesday Jan 1 Feast of the Cir cumcision I Thursday Jan Octave Day of St Stephen I Friday Jan Octave Day of St John Saturday Jan 4octave Day of j Holy Innocents I GOD SAW THAT IT WAS GOOD 1 r 1 My brother man of melancholy mood t Darkningr the present age with future fears I I To Times first comment lend remem bring ears God saw that it was good Bare like a newborn child amid the t J spheres I Swung our small globe on that creation I dar t I Light but revealed that chaos still had IF sway i Who dreamt of life in th unbegotten 1 I years Tet ran the whisper round that solitude GoB saw that it was good So each In turn were ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 28 December 1901

J THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC DECEflBER 28 1901 3 I < > < > < > < > < < < I Pioneer Missions in Montana I There is no name more closely identi fied with the history of the civilizing of fed territory embraced within the the wihin te boundaries of Montana than that of F ter Ravalli Priest physician me chanic engineer and architect his work was of such a varied nature and he excelled in so many varied lines that his name is one which is con nected with almost every movement in the early settlement of western Mon tana Proud indeed should be the county that is honored by his name v and proud would be the gentle priest if he knew that this honor had been bestowed upon him by the people of Montana for Ravalli count the county of the Bitter Root is the very 4 region that was particularly dear to the J pioneer priest whose first work in Mon tana was in the valley that now forms the principal portion of the country that bears his name and whose li...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 28 December 1901

r It I J IIIlIrp rll ir f t j t W i c 1 II I I 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 28 i901 I t THE INTFRMOllTAI N 10tl ESTABLISHED 1S99 Tije Colorado Catholic I I < Cato1ic ESTABLISHED ISSi 1St2 Consolidated Oct 2 1899 I Published Every Saturday by Te Intelmountain Catholic C I 249 Main Street Telephone W j 200 A YEAR I ADVANCE 4 REMITTANCES Remittances should be made by post office or express money orders drafts or Vegistered letters CHANGING ADDRESS Subscribers removing from one place to another and desiring papers changed should always give former as well a present address CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED I The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to THE 1NTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news contributions of inter est to their respective narishea Entered in the postofflce at Salt Lake City as secondclass mater I SATURDAY DEC 28 1901 I OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT Editor Intermountain Catholic J My Dear Sir Replying to your Savor asking my approval of The Intermountain Catholic since Its...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 28 December 1901

F I il1E INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC DECEflBER 28 1901 5 4 j J ic DlTEDBY AUNT BUSY v i if4l f4l I 1I 1 j I I X J < s LC JiETTEBWlimNG DIRECTIOITS write on one side ofpaper only Do not have letters too long Address all letters to Aunt Busy In termouutain Catholic CatbolcW A I know a curious little boy Who is ahvajs asking why Why this why that why then why now Why no why byandby lip wants to know why wood would swim n Why lead and marble sink J Why tars should shine and winds should blow And why we cat and drink I i He wants to know what makes the clouds I And why they cross the Sky Why sinks the sun behind the hills And why the flowers die Ho wants to know why winds should come From out the bellows nose Why popguns should go pop and why The ocean ebbs and flows He wants to know why fish have gills And why we cannot fy Why steam comes from the kettles spout And the rain falls from the sky He wants to know why coal should burn I But noL a bit of stone How seeds get in the ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 28 December 1901

f r I 1 f ii i 6 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC J DECEMBER 28 1901 = = 11 I i Womans World Dress and < 1 oman S orIUChar cter Specially Prepared for Our Feminine Headers 4 ld i PERFECTLY LOVELY i Oh heres to the lassie of sweet sixteen t Who views the world with a smile serene r Who speaks In an autocratic way 1 r And murmurs a dozen times a day Its perfectly lovely I I When she pauses the mimic stage to scan And llxes her eye on the leading man g i She says as she follows his every pose 1 And notes the cut of his onmanew clothes i Hes perfectly lovely I She said that the mule with the waving 1 I I ear And the ostrich whose walk Is so very queer i And the pickaninny with china eyes And the pumpkin that won the state fair prize I 1 I 1 WeerfCCt1y lovely J il And we who hesitate to forgive t tJ Her over zealous superlative 1 What wouldnt we give for the youthful I I f spell f Which makes the world that we know too it I well J Seem perfectly lovelyWashington J el Washington...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 28 December 1901

1 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 281910 7 I 5esut on4ut Qt RI men in idaho iJh Story of the Early Missions for the FaithEstablishment of Churches and Schools Teaching the Indian to be SelfsupportingAn Object Lesson for Uncle Sam For Intermountain Catholic from Boise Diocesan Records I i The first step of the Catholic Church in Idaho territory was made in 1842 in the spring when Father De Smet on his way from St Marys Mont to j Vancouver met the Coeur dAlene In dians In the place now occupied by Fort Coeur dAlene now Fort Sher man These poor savages had heard about the Creator or as they called Him in their language Our Maker of His eternal rewards and punishments They were very anxious to know how to pray to Him Though there were Protestant preachers in the neighbor hood they were leaning towards the Catholic religion though they knew almost nothing about it The father was most welcome They wished to retain him but he could give them only two or three days but to d...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 28 December 1901

tJ Iii df II I 18 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 28 Intermountain Catholic OFFICE 249 MAIN I TELEPHONE 567 INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC may be found on day of publication at following news stands Salt Lake News Co 71 E Second South street L H Hammel 49 E Second South street I SALT + + LAKE + + 4 1 i + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + i Classes wil Ibe resumed at St Marys academy on the morning of Jan 6 4 Father James J Mahoney arrived IiIriW 1 from Australia the other day and reg I istered at the Knutsford He is en I route to the old country to visit with I relatives whom he has not seen since r I leaving Ireland years ago Father Ma honey attended the entertainment at 6L Marys academy Dr M Vincent OShea of the Uni versity of Wisconsin will give a course of three lectures before the State 1 Teachers association Dr OShea is at I the head of the pedagogical department at the Wisconsin university and is con I sidered one of the foremost workers in i child study in the country...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 January 1902

4 j r o Dmij 1 eoooooooooeeooeoooaooocoooooooaooooooooooo ooooaoooooaooaooooooooooooooo So It i6 hi P iPtri i fcodand t o2 B tt CO oooOBO oQoaaaoooooaQOOOoaoooooeeo aoaooooaoeo oa > ooQooo oaaooooooooaQoooo 1 ioooMOOOaocooo ecoooooeooooMaooooo ooooooooaooooooeooooooooaoooo0oooooo < 3oc Volume 3 No j4Third Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER JANUARY 4 1902 Colorado Catholic Eighteenth Year t GERMANY TURNING TO ST BONifACE 1i 1 i Great Recessional Wave in Lutheran Germany Prussia No Longer a Protestant State Standard and Times One of the niost significant phenomena in the re ligious firmament is the great reces sional wave in Lutheran Germany I For a quarter of a century this process of retreat and diminution has been go ng under a dual form In the very home and cradle of Lutheranism the erosive action of triumphant Catholi cism has been crumbling the cliffs of leresy so that they drop in masses into the ocean of nothingness and at the same time filling their places with the substanc...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 January 1902

jjt tll t 2 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 4 1902 I I Ja This is Cburd 2 r IUrtJ the victory I which over 1J cometh the ± 71 Unversa l world our f J j u I faith I I THE NEW YEAH I fl I Make I a glad one Thou dear Lord To whom the years belong I Make it a happy year oil crowned J With love and praipo and song Pill It yei let It overflow With loving gifts from Thee And bet of all dear patient Lord I A grateful heart would be g I A heart to thank Thee for the gift I Of each new year of life j A heart to trust the hand which sends 1 c Each joy or care to strife A heart to pray and to believe That Thou dost answer prayer A heart to hope a heart to love A heart to keep and share 1 r 0 tender Christ bless Thou this year Bless Thou its dawn and bless Its noontide and Its evening Lord And let each heart confess As days and weeks and months go by I 1 To help the year grow old That of Thy glory King of Kings j The half not yet is toldl I CHURCH CALENDAR Sunday Jan 5 The Epipha...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 January 1902

I 1 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 4 1902 3 GROWTH OF CHURCH IN BUTTE CITY MONT Twenty years ago St Patricks Catholic church was organized In this city the first regular pastor being Father Dols who died three years ago II at Great Falls The first services I were held in a small frame building on I the site of the present church it being 0 mission work when Butte was a very I insignificant camp the mission being I served occasionally from Deer Lodge by the venerable Father De Ryckere who is still in active service at Deer I Lodge Five years ago the brick church I was greatly enlarged at a cost of 150 000 There is now a debt of about 15000 The seating capacity of the building is 950 and the membership of the parish about SOQO The Sunday school of the church has an average attendance of 400 The official board of St Patricks as follows parish corporation is composed lows Right Rev Bishop Brondel J J OMeara J Ferns O Chevrier and Uev P De Siere The assistants of the pas...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 January 1902

I J 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 4 1902 P THE INTERoii1N ATHOU C iI i ESTABLISHED ISM Ir ii I f The Colorado Catholic J ESTABLISHED 1SS4 i i Consolidated Oct 2 899 t i i Published Every Saturday by I The Intermountain Catholic Co I 4 249 Main Street Telephone 6 1 O A YEAR IN ADVANCE i REMITTANCES J Remittances should be made by post I i i office or express money orders drafts or I registered letters I CHANGING ADDRESS j Subscribers removing from one place to j another and desiring papers changed 1 j should always give former as well a ir ct address CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 11 f The Reverend Clergy are requested to I send to THE INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news contributions of inter contrbutons est to their respective parishes j Entered in the postoflice at Salt Lake I i City as iecondclaES matter J SATURDAY Jan 4 1902 1 OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT Editor Intermountain Catholic j My Dear Sir Replying to your favor asking my approval ot The Intermountain Catholic since I ial...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 January 1902

I 1 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC JANUARY 4 1902 5 I DITEOBY AUNT BUSY T f 4 I I ii I = iiAAL r r 2 I v r U LETTERWRITING DIRECTIONS I Write on one side of paper only Do not have letters too long Address all letters to Aunt Busy In tennouiitain Catholic DAY AFTER CHRISTMAS Oh the paint Is on the baby And the babys on the floor Oh lies wriggling hard and maybe lies not setting up a roar AH the paint is off the camel And the yak and kangaroo t And the wombats say enamel Lines the youngster through and through He has chewed the sheep and shepherd And hes munched the Hottentots And hes dined upon the leopard Till hIs stomachs full of spots Oh he whirls in fIendish frolic Till he like the pinwheel flies Ti colic In I knot of painters colc unties That no peppermint unte And from Frisco to Atlanta You can hear him through the night Yelling things about old Santa Yclng are rude and impolite Wishing hell neer turn a calm leaf In his book of life below Where a premiums on the palm l...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 January 1902

1 I II ii 6 THE INTERMOUNTAIN e AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 4 1902 = = = = = = I I t i r I I W oman s Wor1d Dress Character and I I Specially Prepared for Our Feminine Headers i r JUST LIVE THY LIFE l 1 ½ Just live thy life in full content Do all thy best with what is sent Thou but receivest what was meant Tust live thy life Just lIe thy life Be not in fear r The strength of wrong shall disappear t Andrlght is ever drawing near II Just live thy life 4 f Just live thy life Seem what thou art i Nor from simplicity depart f And peace shall come upon thy heart t Just live thy life I EVENING GOWNS Lean Toward the BurneJones Thing Tempered by Common Sense Catherine Reid in the New Century after attending a performance given by Matthew Arnold in New York writes I noticed that the evening gowns were quite elaborate with a strong leaning toward the BurneJones1 thing 1 tempered by common sense In fact this leaning is too strong for most peo ple to follow with great care for there is nothing...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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