- At first I thought I was looking at a magazine advertisement of a painting—the detail was that precise.
- This is precisely why the founders of the new nation of the United States decided to put an end to religious intolerance by making religious freedom a cornerstone of this country" This was a nonjury trial, which meant that the only person I had to preach to was the judge; but the courtroom was still filled.
- When I first arrived at St. Catherine's, I was given the task of hosting a heart: St. Jean Marie Baptiste Vianney's, to be precise—a French priest who'd died in 1859, at the age of seventy-three.
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