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St Teresa of Avila. The Early Years
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St Teresa of Avila. The Early Years

Dona Teresa de Ahumada y Cepeda (1515-1582), better known as St Teresa of Avila, is one of the giants of the Catholic Church. Her descriptions of her relationship to “His Majesty,” as she called Jesus, are so deep and intense, that only those who have achieved great spiritual growth understand them. It was Teresa and...

Books, Films and Articles about the Rescue of Prisoners of War in the Los Banos Internment Camp, Philippines, February 23, 1945.
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Books, Films and Articles about the Rescue of Prisoners of War in the Los Banos Internment Camp, Philippines, February 23, 1945.

The following are urls taken from the first page of the Google search for the World War II raid on Los Banos Internment Camp in the Philippines. . It was the most successful raid during WWII and is almost entirely forgotten. No prisoners’ lives were lost.  My own story is here: https://www.amazon.com/Only-Grace-God-Pamela-Brink/dp/148084070X/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8 Raid on Los...

Love your Neighbor
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Love your Neighbor

The United States Constitution was drafted as a document of rights and freedoms for the American people. Anyone reading the document can see the influence of Christian teachings running throughout. “Love thy neighbor’ is a continuing theme. It is emphasized repeatedly in the New Testament and is reflected in the Constitution. The responsibilities of citizens...