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Vincentian Liturgy for January 25

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Liturgy of the Hours. Texts for January 25 – Feast of Conversion of Saint Paul, Apostle, the anniversary of the Founding of the Congregation of the Mission. Proper of the Congregation of the Mission.

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Vincentian Liturgy for January 25

  1. 1. .. .-. .‘, .,. ... .‘. _._ _____, _,—. _ _. v_ e. ... Liturgy of the Hours Proper of the Congregation of the Mission January 25 Feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul, Apostle Anniversary of the Founding of the Congregation of the Mission . ... ... _.-. .- —-. ... ..—. .._. _._. ... _ .
  2. 2. “ l‘fi}C ml Rt-nlitte‘ 13' Office of Readings ‘ S}_(_'i_'i. Il Rnnrxi, I From the spiritual eonlerenees oi Saint Vincent de Paul, priest. (‘art Iui -. " in the 7‘(: FNV iii the ti-r‘. i'c. :-‘~r* ul I'M | ,,, .,n t . ..r v I i ‘_). «.. i.i. v.‘v. :". .‘l| ' 191” any ~. ..; xii. ‘pp '. -: xi . .,~ M» /1; mini): 4"‘ the l, '.. ~r. ~,; ~.~c; .:rt» it Q‘ thr . VxHtm: One day l was summoned to hear the confession of I poor man who was dangerously ill and who had the repti- tauon or bring the most upright man, or at least one of the mmt upright men in his village. It appeared, never- theless, that he was burdened with sins which he ind never had the courage to mention in conlession. as he himself kmdly declared later in the presence of the late wife of the general of the galleys: “Madam. i! I had not made a general confession, I would hate been condemned because oi the grate sins I had not dared to tonless. “ It was in January I617 that this happened. and on the feast of Saint Paul's conversion. which is the twenty filth of that month, that same lad)‘ asked me to preach a sermon in the church 0! Folla. -ville to urge the villagers to malt: a general confession, which I did. I pointed out the importance and the usefulness ol general confession, and lbenl1ughttbcmb0wtomakcttwclLAndG0t1lhId8uCh high regard for the confidence and the deep faith oi that lady (for the great number and the seriousness of my sins would have prevented any fruit train that action) that be blessed my sermon; and those good people were so touched by God that they all aim to make their general confession. I continued instructing them and preparing thexnforthesaera: nents, an: llbcgantob: artheiroon- lessions. But there was such a great crowd that I could not handle it with rust the one other pnest who was helping l l i —. .._. ... _-. v~'>§‘. —.-—. _._. .., ,. -nan. 41-qr Jannary 25 CONVERSION OF SAINT PAUL, APOSTLE Annivenaryofthel-‘otnIdlngoftl1eCOII8f¢¢lllon oftlielfiisslon ---. .o-. . - . YEA‘: Today we traditionally commemorate the founding of the Congregation of the Mission. Saint Vincent comiderod the lag: of Folleville on this day ‘in the your I617. as the beginning of the missions to the Christian people and the origin of the Congregation itself. l7.t': it? :.tit _-1 in V“: I". (ctu. lur lh; pa. " . .~a_. —a~. ~. .—. _.. .—. '..4.¢~——- . . . ~ . .. . ~—. -o. .-. -s. «9--a-o. a.-- '‘ " “ ‘ “"' “ """"""""""“"*““"" y. ..-itti : '(Lr. l.' we i‘ ‘a. a. o~o§¢. p—~o—~—~ . .a-—. -.. —.n-. .—. ... sermon on general confession, which he preached in the vil- 1 '. --. .. ‘pup. . a o this presentation (MNew‘England. or9 aim; texts: eaiiioiic Books Publishing, NewYork ma
  3. 3. 14‘ It f‘ me, Ind Madnm, therefore, «em ‘nerd to the Reverend Jesuit Father: at Amiem 1.) -wk thrm to come and ax- tist us. Two Jesuit Fathers helred I. < uith confessions, prwching, and imtt'uctio.1,: i>. .1: : tl- - u . i)' the umc work wit ca-med on for u. -ven. ’ _r'r M1 the other pirithci on the territory of th. t lady 1'1.--. ~r ~--it ~t«. r wished to pm- Vidc for priests who imi'-,1 iI1_ 1 u 1.‘ lili14'u"l‘. and for that [lurpow th" t-‘. t. m:rJ th (I at If. -. x Imfimfr for us, where 1-'2-thcr Port and I t. ~._. i r. -atticnec, tnlting with u: another good pr-mt uihtcn use r ‘it! hit) crowns 1 year. From th(‘. ' . rll thre: t. ’ L? ». .T. J .5.» . tmuud {mm Vilhttc to 'i“Li', ff_ preach]: mt! gitxrx mm: -am, When we left, we would either rm: the key to one of the ncigh< bots, or we would in}; them to spend the night in the house. Meanwhile I prcuhcd only Int‘ xtnn-in every- where, which I '-Wvuld I'e1i‘.1pe in ; r thouund St . t)‘s: it was on the fear of God. Tlut is what ue were d-: 1;. md in the meantime God Wll dnxny Whlil he had iv"e« -cn from All etcmtty. He be- stowed xumc blC3lX1§IS on our labtatx, when good clerics saw that, they ruined us and asked to lzvc with us. 0 Sav- ior! O Snvior! Who would e'cr luvs thought that all that was to develop into t‘h.1i. it : toda) r It mmeunc would have told me th. rt . it the tune, I '. ~-sud have thuuzhl that he was nutking fun of me, .md tet th; t win the way in which it pleated God to ti z‘ ~ thr: b'. 'il'lhll"iif of x-. h.it you xcc now. Rl~l‘iv vvt '. v . . '. .lV'l‘*-,2l Christ sent me to preach tit: (}r- pcl, but not with th: wisdom tf this ac-rid in whieh the cross of Chm‘. Zcxes .111 its meaning. - For the mes~. .gc of the crew. H foolishness to thoxe who are on the _t : o douucuon; ta~t~: .. i~ 15- but to U who are on the way to salvrtutin it is the t-‘moi of God‘; pour-r The world did I'M: crime to lnmt God thnt. ~,: h : -dam. it hilt plcsised God to mm: thmc who believed throuwh the foolwhnt-at of the mcwatzc uc preach. rF0r the men in l‘: . . (‘mti our Father, the b€', .'inltIn; : and thc end of humttn '(Ct«lll<vi1_ you chow Saint l‘. ml lhc zipt‘-lit‘ at his conver- sion in ; ‘rc. id 3:, ur name thrnuyhnut thr world. On lhn ti I)‘ Ii it _nu bnu. ft ltvrlh t. "i- . ‘.; h lb‘. ‘M15111’ Vul- cunt . - tpmtual i. -mily tu prt. h the (in-pt-I tn the poor. May we walk Ilithiully in thr may 0! our voctttwn; M we lillll. llt' the work I I the Ar: ~ilr oi thr. ‘ (}t‘nlI| C. may Wt‘ rrtvth ttnfidetzili the (ivy-: l of truth [‘<_‘-t Wt ask thn through I ur Lord ]t'us Chnst, your Sm, who livcs and rctgm mth you and the Holy Spmt, me God. for over nnd l''t‘f Febrtu ry I 8 BLESSED HKANCIS REGIS CLET. PRIEST AND MARTYR . 'Hr‘- 1.11 irtueis ~. t Fun. .: I (IfEi~ Mt Att, '.. i W, I74‘, .. ul t)r~ dzttnvd . i pncii . .i l, )on Hart" 27, I77‘ Ht‘ Illtltjhl thtttlofl in the teminary it Annecy, and occupied Ihc p0thCfl 01 nov- ice i'i ver in ti» iothcrhou. : of the Ct»-igu-g. ttim At the . ’ M ' ; s‘ u} . fr: ... ‘. Kt». i'. rmn v A‘d“'tO‘-4>~«l'_hC 0Lli, ihl . ‘~ig_llflli l i in the Inn , -~ it1I« _ hind-11'" ‘VH1-RA’ on thr: (‘hincu to -~t at M. “ n, he Iuhm . i s-tgnrouwly in th: miuitvts of (‘him ior thirty years. He ‘Mu put to duth by sll. t:i, :_' tion m ~'| )ChZll'i§V<'i.1 Fchrmry H, I820, . :rid was v -.1 xi. ‘ :7, l‘MU lrmr 2' r. ‘ contmw t“ on-: : -'t. .-_ mt i . i.'. V ' this presentation CMNcwEngi. ~nd. org zotq; texts: Catholic Books Publishing, New York 29/8
  4. 4. APPENDIX A. SOME OPTIONAL TEXTS FOR THE OFFICE OF READINGS FOR THE OFFICE OF SAINT VINCENT, OF SAINT LOUISE DE . V1ARll. LAC, OR OF JANUARY 25 1. From the smntual oonfctctzcts of Stunt Vtnccnt dc Paul, pri-: st_ '’ A3 , "=, ."‘. 15:; (I 'u'; ‘.f . ' v (E5 ,2, r’ Our 1.: -:d, -who h. t:I come into th: -. -.ot! J to «. .tvc man- kmd, NKJI] Kt) dn and than to tc.1:h. H: dtd the tint by pr; t;tiung all thc vtxtues-, huta1] th: .-ctions he pg-n'o, -mod v. er: as man)‘ nttucs befitting 3 God who h; J 111.1: him- 't= J! m In In mitt to ct thc cx. un; ~Yc tn the wt of mm- ktnd. And hc dzd the «wand by H‘. <'. rU. Un. : thc poorpco- pl: in the dtvtttc truths, and by gtvmg Lb: aposucs th: knvo-. s!: -dgc ttcccsmry for thc mltaton of the «mid, for F. "U3d= F~P. Kh: pco; Y: , . tt*. i fur mtkin; them truly hypy. Thc cnd Cf thc Cu. 'tzp. m_v ts to : mit: ztc Our bord. ::1- so-far as poor and '. rort1'L'css persons can do that. What docs that mcan? It mt-um th_t thc (longrcgattozt intends 91' L-311$, und tts , .1». H mu-Zhcr uni} ‘. Ff. ‘;VY‘. I ". ".‘»_ . tr; ‘<. 't ' . _ . Thctcforc, tf : ntmd do rmkc tutrxcltca dtvin: model. fctl n u.1r h: «:'. ~ Um‘. dcutc -. P'. .}_' ! ":1dnt: v._ -c n". G. M‘. .' I ' : _. U) in kt ".1-Jrtn cur th 3 xx, cur '. ~nr'u_ . .r. J L‘. .Y 2:11: .1» In 15 ~ It u our end, th: r:. t«. -e, to ': .:«. -k at cur cum perfec- '. :.: -n, '. ; ~tc. ..h the G. v cl to th: P001’, 3.1 M 1:. ;h cc- d: .A"'. tttc kt*. ._>xI: : . mJ th: tttt. :~ n: ..c Jr) to (hit! !~t;1'. c.A5 {at 3: : h: fmr. xx crr‘. :<‘rn: ~d, ‘A. -2 / ‘|I". ".. '1’1YOd to that by th: Gmpr. -E uh; .h pr: :s', ma :1 Chm. t, .;: n t. :*. J a mi: {ct p: t.: -;tm: ~._ I101 ; t;-2 pczfcgticn. bul.1f(| '{C(HI. ". ln‘. t.fT‘}K}’L1'. k{U1C ct: ti F. .1I>. ct. Th: V: ccu'1J t! ":rj. : ‘A : has to :3), i2t. d"1:1'T. j to S. .1‘ talc, is to ‘. .". )U'u{l 11:: run] pcc-pic, ULJK I: ‘. ~1*. ;'. ~»t; .: tc c. :llcd to do Yes, 0.4: Lord rcquxrcs cf us thr '~: ;: c.: h lb: Gwpcl N» th: po-2:: th. : I he dd md 2 ht : .mt :0 uu': ::: A4 _- thrc. ;h u. We have cw! ) rt :2: to h'. .t. 'mZ. tt«: c»ur>¢1'. cs hctc, tn vi: .- cf the : :I that Lt: ctu- ntl Frlrt ax ‘MHZ. ’ '_x {ct th: ;". An t‘ hm hm, who um; ' - yttstt: rim .1‘! !! LI. ‘- 1 v 11.: t-. -.. .. .'rd «3, v ytt- ‘cntcd Out as pod '. l'. H. ht uas (h: S Lf God ; _': J 1212'. the expcctai Mcuzah Pzd indccd crrr ‘. "c are mL: :h (‘. Ht‘. 'td to hu . r-. .‘. m'. c . "u1tt. "‘ thctrh . :, it I N . l- soc-. .~'. :d ‘nth but in thn dnm: ctu; -33;. md bc. .t. c b: has clwcvscn 1.1‘ amen; a. » man) olhcrs nah-2 3:: much '. o. 'th: :r of (hi? hctxvr 1.14 mu: .". mcrc c; ;.. ?:I: - r. ‘ bent; 3uw. 't‘c. s. 'ul . -.t i: dun us: axc! But. Father. an: are net thc cnly (*. ".: s who trztruct the 1300:; are U): pJ. '. i‘rS doin: mtthtr; cire? “"151: are Lh: ptughcts d: tn5 both tn thc t': !'. cs and -. .-1th: C| '.‘. L.". U')'. ) . 'h. :t ztrc thr) ti-~tn, : durtn: .*. dvcnt -kbd Lcnti Thcy u. .. L’) this prucntatm-. (MM. -wEngland c'q 2ot.1;tuxts: C.tthcI. c Books Publlshéng, Nu-wYork -.978
  5. 5. F: ‘. '‘. .‘. ::x ‘I. , ‘ -I, '25 93' : -:; ;.H ' ~ thc po: :, and tbcy yr: .11 bcttc: ll‘ '2 «: dz. - That is tnl: , but in the Church cf God that ts no otbcr Compmy . -Fish has thr pocr . ’.r .1: shirt tad 2 " 2: dc'. ‘»: '.: « ; '.~«: l! cnu. -:2) Nth: pa: 'Z~, ; iv: -:t 7: ' t. . . . ?' ; '.'t: :r. .:~: '_l*. .'. ‘. ‘t7‘~. 1:13 that . pca': t.lty to be dad: 5.1!) the port, ‘.32: Jesus Christ. Out voauon n 4 CC. '‘. ‘.: ‘“. .: :;~ cf hm. thcrcfotc, or .1: fcnt x’. cm'rc; ~cn. .‘ 1.: :cs. 0:. -L: 3:; b': w:d: ::« . .-3‘ . ' r3- . . :2‘. ' cEIiga: ::>. x .0: us to lotc ttl A g1’t. xt; .". ::: ::: t‘: ~.. c h. =vc«. : th. tt is tts pjfnndtul: to mzkc God ltxumn 1) Lb: poor, to prcazh ]c~u Otmt lu thtm, ' ~ ; .~-= _,~: c -_. » u-. ,-tr. LL‘, 1 "' "‘: p«_:7 "*1: E . ‘ t'.1:~s- “N rr. ;~: : A Fun: thc spintuql cr. ~.. ‘crc: ::cs c. ‘ S. =. : : '. .". :t: _‘. d: 5 . P: ..I, pics: , 7 "Alth-wt-l1'»ccugbt lo ol. ‘£cr'~': , xw far -_'. at cum, all lb: above-mzntactmd evar. _:cl: c:J rnzxrrx as being tr. :st bcfy and bcn: fi:cn'. nevcnhclw, bcc. »_ : »_: : .3 t}-. :- 1:: " ’VL.1,I ‘.1:l'tl*-‘. ' . ... :‘_. u. 5 : ;I: J:s cf th: wul C. ’ th: '-V that 2.11 the . ..: tio: ts cl c*: h of its r. ..-mbcxs _ be . ~.nlm: ttcd b) , v, R: ‘. x ll. I4 ’ 94‘ 0;‘! :.'tlTcxtl ‘O: !;ctlRc ls ~ Because that: an: a gust number cot evzngelial mu- inns, I have chosen mainly those: which an more 11>- propriatc for miuiomtics. And which 1:: they) I haw alvays though: and takcn 9:: gnntcd flu’. they met: simpltcity, humtltty, mcclcmu, momhauon. and zeal Tb: firs: on: is simplicity, nrbich uoacam God; tbc second one burmltty, whlzh conccms our subtnissic-: :: thmugh that vlrtuc we at: :1 ctlcring to God to whom we owe evcty honor and in who: ptcscncr wt should «the: outsclvm and . '.n in such a way that he uh: per session 0.’ u; thc third out xx mccltncxx, '. «hi; h truhes us hear wtth our neighbor and ht hultx. Th: fint cm can- ocms God, the second one Cttrsclvcs. 3nd the durd on: our neighbor. But thc rncmx to . ::quitc thcw vinun n tttcrtxmuttgrx, which cut: out all that could prcvcnt us {mm : '.: quirt: ‘._: than. 11:: fifthmnim is zeal, wl-jch consists a put: desire to mat: ouncltu pl: .uin.1:o God and uC1Ul tn. ) the n: :;h- bot. Zcsl lo: cxtcoding tbc cf Gui, real fer ptocuxing lb: ulvauon oi the ncighbor. [3 than any- thing more perfect in the ~. vo: ld? It thc love of God is 1 fire, tbcn zcal ix tu tlmtc; tl uut love is : t pun, 2:11 is its ny. Zeal it that uhich make‘ cur love of God purer. But, myl: mthct-1, bow arc wt to a: qutrc that st-: .': : of . '. .'11}‘lJ: - it)’, 0! humility, and of mcckncss if at do not htvc me-. 'uTt: .ttion, uhzch malts ux nxrpt ncrgthiny And how an '4: to naquitc that tnomttatton utthcut zul. 'a'h: 'ch is our support in ovctvomtng all sons of di1ficI: T- tm, not only by fort: of reason, but by tl~. .tt cf pt-: .:<, ‘A hich makxs us find plcuxutc tn utlcm~. .:‘ yes, pfcmurc. Thcsc fwc virtues sbouldb: hit: the f2n. tl'.1': s of the 53;! cf the whole Congregation; as thc soul ltnozzs through the intellect, wtlls thmugh the null, and tcmtnbcn thmugrh qt) this presentation CMNcwEngland. org 2014; texts: catholic Books Publlshing. Nv. -wYork 1978
  6. 6. ~, 1 _' , ‘«7 95’ gcxxlztess cf the Cc: :_. :rega: ~11 of the . 'liss. un Kid 1‘: ‘ -. -.: t. .~. .: N: d: .-. ;ht in them. 1 . _1.i an aceerdir; lo thcu urtues 1.’ I am to accom- ‘ , .:t: l-. .:: _. -‘.1, {:2 3 '»L‘lJ, All tlm: (ix-J requires ul ¢, ~ '~; x ’ , ~.. £ 712': -: fact I- ; : _ .2c. rd Lg‘ , ~ t}: rt, every ‘». l', ".C cne sf u~. to en: l-: ~~: ' ' ’ . '.C ltIL_‘ lie ~12: an their KMU‘. . . ‘ tf-: ~-I: HIILJ‘ . _, . ,. ~3_ b<; lr_': 'T~~ _ts diriermtly 231.. not ' 1., ’ (2,-d, ‘ha. 3.‘. _. -zdtt . ~ ; 'ro'. 'iden<r. ~_ t 't: rr1e . :'>. J r: ::: -.: thv: .' . .c kl the mirth. dz. ‘ ; ‘rt‘. er' 'll- l: .‘r! !‘. Cl'li ol the Ge-pd '” ‘ hurts cl : ~.: r. It i _> ‘_a ‘I '- _-V; tn H» ' '7 . _ ll‘. l' . |lt_' “l’. l;Ll. .tl Jud (. ~ -- : urgerq, 1}: (Icur'. :xI IJH stresx rn tcspccl 50-’ : },: I- 1.. -2 pen ~: ‘.1 ' ' L. [,‘| 'fl his : c:: l’= - -. r--tr 7)‘! -,. '.. 1n. ' ad ‘. ‘I Zest la : the cxtmpl: cf the I. -lzarm, the poo: :: i.. rL 96° Op:1.'r:1:aI Text‘ for Ozfi: c c. ’ Re. .‘. ir. .*_ Today there is an inescapable duty to make ourselves the neighbor of every man, no nutter who he is, and if we meet him, to come to his aid in :4 positive way, whether he is an aged penon abandoned by all, a loteign ‘worker despised without reason, a refugee, an illegitimate child wrongly suflering for a sin he did not commit, or :2 starting human being who awakens our conscience by calling to mind the words of Christ: “As you did it to one of the least of these my brethren, you did it to me" (Mt 25:40). The vsrieties of crime are numerouv. all ufiensea against life itself, such as murder, genocide, abortion, euthanasia, and tulliul suicide; all notations of the integ- rity of the human person, such as mutilation, physical and mental torture, undue pxycholo-, zic2l pressures; all otlentes against human dignity, such .15 subhuman living conditions, arbitrary imprisonment, deportation, slavery, prostitution, the selling of women and children, degrading working mnditions where men are treated as mere tools for profit rather than free and responsible per- sons: all these and the like are criminal: they poison dvilintion; and they detuse the perpetrators more than the victim, and militate Jglllflfl the honor of the creator. These also have .1 claim on our respect and charity who think and act differently from us in social, political, and religious matten. In fact the more deeply we come to underwmd their my; of thinking through kindnexx and love, the more easily will we be able to enter into dialogue with them. The teaching of Christ even demands that we forgive injury, and the precept of love, which is the command- ment of the New Law, includes all our enemies: “You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall love your neighbor Ind hate your enemy. ’ But I say to you, love your ene- : () this prcsentaitlo-1 cMNcwEngland. org 2014; texts: catholic Books Publishing, NewYork 1978
  7. 7. 9-" Ll’ ‘[- I‘ “}-L‘ of mutual aid for th: mcvmlirn cf .1” kimh of hum un nccd_ . «rc held m «pm. » :1 l': <,‘r‘. 'r Ill 1): : Ch; -mh Twin x¥: ~: . .m: :.- . ‘.J Mn‘ of Cr Mn) h4‘r N- u‘-me mu», hn1nrc urgu n1 md muldmdc, no. » 1h. Ill'r. c.an of cvmmunu. -;urn ; m- mnrc rr. p1-.1,dli<: nm'~ bu-mccn mcn hm bccn nw~. ~r ur ) . wnqucrcd. pearl: 2:1 Mr! ) y :1 4' KP‘ . ''~ *« " ‘-*. ~ ‘ «z 4» : ~ H - f. u111“. ) (f ‘n’. W‘ in :1 hm? ) . An . .n. ! J. ‘ ‘J n J1. llmL‘n. nd .111 nccdx hctcvcx nzcn uc In N found uhn an‘ In x. ml uHuod. .n. !d1ink, ufdwxhuv. -. }: wu~u~. .~, r1‘. :11.II‘c, *.«0rk. CJHJH» ‘w_ I? " x: " I ' ‘ r'_, 9 I’, 1,: (tut) P‘; in : n hf: ': rc‘. cr H L, «r: na 1: I. fixed by xnnfnnun" 0|'l“l1CV, mCn suxlrnn ~ unlc or unprnonmcnl, Chnstisn «h. mt_y I~m1Id“. ;-.7 m umh r! Ihm Aral mad lhcm oul. u rnfcvrt llwm uh d . ‘Cd cu‘ ‘m! .". '.‘: I? ‘ "n th‘ 1'4; 112.‘. ' 1.. :x‘. -:'. c lhnr Fttd‘. Th x 41“; 1'; :1l‘. HJhn'. md (mm. . ah: mm . .niu»: nt 1r'. Jx". du. :! . md r. .: ms. 1! (mt ccmu- ut | hml‘' I to bc . :ho v J“ ummm, md seen in bc nu, ‘ «P ‘uh! “_« 1:1 r= ‘Hr’ lb‘ :7: ; : :5 (3 J to Hi’ .31 'r s b<<n cxca: cd_ md Chmx thr Lord In »«h: .n: ‘n ls rt :31)‘ mfcrrd . ull (hat is . 'n'cn to lhc nccdy. Th‘ lxhctly 4: A dujnny u»! (hr: pcnun hclpcd muv. be r: .s; v_-_m1'. ~uh th, ‘rcalcsl: :m;1x1lj-'. Punt} c»! -.n1cn- rwn s ‘'1 r. ‘'-'. be -‘ ‘d by ‘ 1. ‘:1f4s: :L: .' Lo d: -.': ‘.m.1(c‘ Th: dcx ‘ : nJs uf1L. ~11.c mun hr-r 0 uumcd. 1)“ :1 Mzuh 1‘- 411:. d_' duc in yuxucc u not to bc oifcred Jx . . gm of ck any‘ T}-. ~- uusc of cnls. and X10‘. :x: :rcl_v (fr. Tx. ‘<Is, ( ~L': '. '. uJ: « ‘ 2 Th: .: J s. 'c'. :nb- mm! Jr» ‘ ' 2 R. .. ‘«. J . :x ~-. ;.L~. 1 u .4} xkm bcr‘. c:'. ;.. xr: c~ . nc gmJu. ~H_ freed from tlmr dqurdcncc on others and bcwrn: sci! -supporunz‘ In 1! -1. . ". , pm M: (r rm’ _ wrkx M l. m.'. } md mus: .~u: mn; : xnuxcmcnu, zmludxng inlcmaticnal ‘x-kt“-'9‘ |5)1?<"‘ 3'4F’. '3 tfcmxc hclp A b. ‘'. ..''. ’. xns11m! n.11x. :z1.1 mm : -.x In ritcd 'l hr) _‘). “U u ; j.xbu: .m MI ("W . -uh nll mrrn vf L‘-. -Cd ml? = : this presentation CMNL-wEngl. nd. org 201.1; texts: Catholac Books Fublnshlng, New York 1978

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