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Monday, June 16, 2008

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Rose

To be a Christian. To be able to spot a Christian. One day a while ago, a young man was at our home to do some work for us. My husband hires men from the probation center frequently. The first thing the young man said was: "You are a Christian aren't you." I had not idea what prompted this. We then had the nicest conversation. To this day, I wish I had asked him but the conversation did not go that way.

You know what? I can spot a Christian.

This book is timely. Very timely! Fr. Mark, EWTN, today said that business men tell him that it is very difficult to be honest today. Jezebel's intrigue-he elaborated on in his sermon. Timely indeed.

That sacrificial love-keeping the Christian principles, being in our culture-hard as it is; but we are on the way to the ultimate goal he talks about. Those business men will make a difference. Faithful Christians do not fail. And it is springtime in our church a famous Pope said so.

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