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I wish my French was up to par...our French friends like us are embroiled in a European/global struggle..in which our arch Enemy takes up deadly weapons of political pretensions.May we turn together to the very core of our personal failures as in these age old pleas before God.Then so cleansed seek the Presence of The Holy One to quench the powers that divid […]
Rob attendit dans le vestibule et, des que je mis le pied sur le paillasson, je me trouvai en presence de ma cousine Edie, qui etait toujours restee la meme, et qui se mit a me contempler de ce regard sauvage qu'elle a. http://www.sophiechassat.com
I just love the dignity of the prayer book language, despite its being 350 years old. Forget about the politically correct, user-friendly, dumbed-down, trendy stuff that some folks feel they have to churn out! Long live the thees and thous!
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