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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Christian healing and the Mind of Christ
February 13, 1989

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