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“All this is contained in the truth of the faith which we call the Immaculate Conception.”
“To my uncertain knowledge Immaculate is a fictional setting but I was already holding my breath as the two young Marak brothers, Ethan and Jacob drilled their ice holes.”
“For more information about both friars and sisters, it is a good idea to read the brief history of the foundation entitled, Franciscan Legend of the Immaculate, which is obtainable from Lanherne.”
“The funeral is in a tiny Catholic church called Immaculate Conception, in a town called Seminole, on the edge of Oklahoma.”
“The Blessed Virgin Mary, through the merits of her divine Son, was preserved free from the guilt of Original Sin, and this privilege is called her Immaculate Conception.”
“The Blessed Virgin Mary, through the merits of her Divine Son, was preserved free from the guilt of original sin, and this privilege is called her Immaculate Conception.”
“Spanish, in 1780, and the expulsion of the British, the church was called the Immaculate Conception, a name it has since borne.”
“Another chapel was built in the large Seneca town of Gandachioragon, or Totiakton, which was called the Immaculate Conception by the Jesuits.”
“Murillo's representation of that extremely spiritual and mystical subject called the Immaculate Conception, has so far excelled that of any other artist that he has sometimes been called "the painter of the Conception.”
“In the autumn, however, it abated, and he was permitted by his superior to attempt the execution of a plan to which he was devotedly attached, -- the founding, at the principal town of the Illinois, of a mission to be called the Immaculate Conception,”
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