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She's hoping that only the key-bearer gets the money, and is disappointed that the others won't have to give their money back.
(Apparently self-convinced that only the key-bearer gets to keep the money)
May John the Baptist, forerunner of Christ, and the heavenly key-bearer, together with the other Apostles, release us from bonds of sin.
We are struck by the writer's earnest devotion to the Mother of God, by the veneration paid to the saints, and notably to St. Peter, "the key-bearer," by the importance attached to the holy sacrifice of the
The portions were given out, and the key-bearer said, "As fast as you get your 'lowance, you may go."
Blessed Peter, the key-bearer, and his successors, that they might, for just and reasonable causes, distribute it to the faithful in full or in partial remission of the temporal punishment due to sin. "
"Then all the faithful Romans beholding so great a champion given them and the love which he bore towards the holy Roman Church and its vicar, in obedience to the will of God and S. Peter the key-bearer of the kingdom of heaven, cried with one accord in sound like thunder 'To
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