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Daily Archives: January 9, 2011
The Church has always understood that there is no greater witness to the Faith than to lie down one’s life for the Truth. Therefore, in the tumultus later centuries of the first millennium, when self-confessed Christians fought self-confessed Christians, it is … Continue reading →