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One Cross: One Path

The cross is a symbol for every one of us, a symbol of faith, a symbol of hope, or a symbol of charity. Nonetheless, it's still one cross as there is one Body, one way, one truth. Let us not have any doubt in our hearts that, this wooden symbol, is a way of life. After all, such symbol is the witness to every prayer we have done since we became Christians. One baptism, one Christ. Then, let's be the church, the church of Christ.

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A Time to Die

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