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N OT we, the medieval man clothed in the armor of God
Radiating truth and justice
Spreading among men the gosple of peace-the song of love!
But we, the modern man
Stumbling along in a world of false principles,
Accepting error for truth,
Groping midst the dark chaotic battle fields for the armor
Discarded and dull with rust.
And yet, in this darkness,
The rusted armor may be picked up again
And polished to a stainless sheen
Radiating glorious beauty
Blinding all whose eyes wonder to behold:
A fallen man lifted up from out the darkness
From out the wickedness in high places,
Standing as a sentinel at Godas door, under the sunshine
Where the helmet and the sword glisten in His brightness.
And, what the armor-the helmet and the sword?
God's weapons of perfection which we possess
When we pray, do penance, and seek within ourselves
To renew the spirit of our souls,
Despising all earthly pleasures, worldly wealth, and honor
To have Him alone, now banished from the world.
HE UT be renewed in the spirit of your mind, aml
Put on the new man, which has been created
According to God in justice and holiness of
truthf' fEphesians 4, 23-24j
Then rush forth with the daring of knights,
Casting fire on the earth to enkindle,
To burn in the hearts of men,
Spreading the gospel of peace,
Of love, to envelope the world.
Page 10 text:
I T is written that man should love
another as himself,
That love becomes a unity and lifts the
cross of peace
Above the world,
And that as Christ loved the sinner
So should we love each other, but hate
And loving thus all things in Christ,
live in Him.
WE are weak,
But like sheep dotting the green
hill slopes of our tiny world
lVe heard the sound of sturdy feet,
A shepherd's shoeg
We saw a staff in strong brown hands
Your hands, dear Father,
Stained red with love that men might
And so we follow you like sheep be-
hind the Master
Strong with a love that will lift the
Far above the battle-field of broken
Grasping hands and dictators dreams,
Bringing the "peace of Christ in the
reign of Christ"
To this broken world, through you,
Christ's Vicar on earth.
And thus, to you, dear Holy Father,
Standard Bearer of Peace,
Who has taught us how to live in.
W e dedicate this book.
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