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The success of Christianity does not depend on the...
The success of Christianity does not depend on the brilliance of a few great men or upon dramatically impressive actions. It is rather a tidal wave of cumulative power, created by the combined belief and action of countless ordinary people like themselves, gathering momentum as it rolls along until, through overwhelming mutual convictions, it lifts everything in its path to new heights of beauty and perfection.
Wallace Speers. Quoted in Context, August 15, 1988.
Reprinted with permission from Context, published by Claretian Publications; 205 West Monroe Street; Chicago, IL 60606.
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No more "Why me?"
Deborah Skillin Dibble
Where are the boats?
Judith Lynn Moore
Healing grief about loved ones
Thomas Richard Mitchinson
The rainbow's promise
Joanne Mazna Garinger
Where is our closet?
Edward G. Karst
What death does not do
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
Michael D. Rissler
The Christ appears
Eleanor Henderson Buser
This long overdue testimony comes from a heart full of gratitude...
Mildred E. Dougherty
I am profoundly grateful that my parents were introduced...
Robert A. Charbeneau
Christian Science is the greatest gift given to me by my grandmother...
Donna Jean Murray Brewer
A friend and I were playing in the garage
Philip Mayor with contributions from Janet Mayor
From hand to hand
The Editors with contributions from L. B. R.