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THE INDIAN ADVOCATE
Father, if those outside the Catholic Church knew the
sweetness, the happiness, of thebelief that our Lord is in
the Holy Eucharist in our Tabernacles, and comes to be our
Food, there would not be a Protestant church in the world.
They would be deserted. My daily prayer is nay, I say
it every hour Praised be Jesus in the most Holy Sacrament
of the Altar!"
My story is ended. Of course I have used a fictitious
name, but the facts are all true and emphasize the love of
Jesus for souls, especially for souls that are in earnest in
their search for truth. To all of these we can say truly
as we point to the Tabernacle, "The Master is here and
calleth for thee!"
R. W. Alexander.
" A LIFE'S SECRET. 4
A Tall or ihl Irish Famixf Ypaus.
qlii r country lane led from the north side of one
of the towns of Western Ontaiio. A quarter of a
mile long or so, its further end was closed by a
fence, the limit of a large field. The obstruction
made the lane useless to -wayfarers and therefore a rather se
cluded one. A few old maples, tall and rugged, added to its
quiet solemnity. To the right of this lane, in the corner of
the field, stood another group of maple trees, whose thick fo
liage in the summer months gave the spot so gloomy and so
neglected an an, that a stranger would never have dreamt
that the old cabin nestling there was a human habitation.
Little and ancient and shaky, as the cabin was, it seemed
but a fitting dwelling place for its old occupant, Owen O'Brien
or as he was better known, Owney who had lived there so