Bodily Attitudes in Church
SIR,—For myself I am campaigning fi
better and sharper burses. Let me e plain. Once upon a time there was a prie whose server at Mass was up to the minu in " rubrics." Now it happened that tl server did reprove the worthy priest 7.30 o'clock on various and successb winter mornings for his omissions of hoe
and bends and shakes. All which tl priest—for he was very good—bore we truly Christian fortitude and patience. Bi all good things come to an end. Thus happened that the server once again r proved his priest. And the priest out 4 the love he bore his server and his Go said " Mr. X, I could slit your gizzard wit a burse."
(Rev) T. neut.
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