Very Rev. Charles Hyacinth McKenna, O.P., P.G.: Missionary and Apostle of the Holy Name Society

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Holy Name Bureau, 1917 - 409 pages

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Page 368 - As the hart panteth after the fountains of water, so my soul panteth after thee, O God. My soul hath thirsted after the strong living God; when shall I come and appear before the face of God...
Page 332 - For there is no other name under heaven given to men whereby we must be saved.
Page 36 - Honour thy father 16 and thy mother, as the LORD thy GOD has commanded thee ; that thy days may be prolonged, and that it may go well with thee, in the land which the LORD thy GOD gives thee.
Page 136 - A new commandment I give you, That you love one another; as I have loved you, that you also love one another.
Page 272 - Tyang*s eloquence to keep her out of a convent, and I had a year or two of constant fear and watchfulness. This was the year we lived on Lexington avenue, opposite the Dominican church. There was at that time a priest there called Father McKenna, a holy man entirely separate from the world, night and day either before the altar or among the most miserable of the living and dying ; and I think he was her inspiration.
Page 136 - Father, having loved his own who were in the world, loved them to the end.
Page 257 - TELL me who your friends are, and I will tell you what you are." The implication of this old truth was probably felt long before it became crystallized into a popular proverb. If this truth be carried further, the proverb could be interpreted, thus: "Show me your city, and I will tell you what are the cultural aims of its population.
Page 247 - During that time he had traversed tune and again, in the fulfillment of his vocation, all the country from the Atlantic seaboard to the Mississippi River, and from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.
Page 163 - Whitehaven circuit, he believed it to be the will of God, that he should be entirely devoted to the full work of the Christian ministry.
Page 245 - There were several reasons for this, not the least of which was the fact that part of the expression of Hindu communal politics could take place through the Congress itself.

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