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EASTER'S message of Eternal Hope for the world holds greater meaning than ever for all of us this year.
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Through the fight for a permanent peace th^t lies before us, we must have deep-rooted spiritual courage and
* steadfast faith m the good for which we strive. We wish to give, we MUST give, the fullest measure of sup
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port. In these crucial days each of us has a very real personal need for Almighty guidance. Come to Church
and receive the renewed strength that is Easter's shining promise to those who listen for its message of Hope.
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Prayers for those who sit around the peace tables. . .?. these are prayers from our hearts. But the
message of Easter has broader dimensions. This is an -Easter season in which we should give thoughtful con
sideration to the better world that was the goal of our war. This Easter brings the promise of broader hori
zons, brighter horizons. . . . .for this proimse we can thanks toother. . . . .toward the realization of this
romise we can gain new inspiration by joining together on Easter. J