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The First Hundred Thousand

Are you among I hemthe Catholic Catholics garlic!' (Ltt'shoaline;:didndseterdLiloftitilli)iN

How much do you know about the World

Church you belong to (The emphasis is on world, not parish or diocese or country which is (oily a fraction of it.) Do you want China to be converted or hasn't it ever occurred to You to think abotit it like that? Do you ever say 'a' prayer, say for the Untouchables in India, and do you think it makes any differ ence whether you do or not Is a prayer day and a copper e Week too much to ask for when by giving them you can help to bring souls to God. You can do that.

Your answer to these questions will tell you bow far you a re a Catholic Catholic, that is. how far you truly believe yourself to be a member of the Church which has to convert the whole world, and think and act accordingly, sharing in that work so that the Church shall not be powerless so far as you are concerned_ To make sure of having a constant reminder of this, have in your home during 1938 one of the first hundred thousand Mission Calendars which will give you a pictorial reminder of the Catholic world von belong to and what

part of it you should pray for. Little by little n Catholic colour will spread over your map of the world and it will teach you how to knew and love the Church as she really is. Send for your calendar, enclosing fourpence in

stamps, to ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH, 23, Eccleston Square, London, S.W.I;

or THE ORGANISING SECRETARY, St. Peter's College, Freshfteld, LiverpooL




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