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THE INDIAN ADVOCATE.
m i68 13. 2C X, Beneath Askandaga's Pines, $C 2 m FORRTMOnriMT Tho Qon f KrA nnw r1w1t X among men, and walked and talked with them. .But as that time tell back into the past, many, even of His chosen followers, grew cold. Men's intellects had expanded; their world had devel oped, their cities prospered, but their hearts had lost the old fervor. Then once more ah, wonderful condescension of the Divinity! the Redeemer, hurt by the in gratitude of His creatures', appeared on earth, and through the humble nun of Paray-le-Monial asked mankind yet again to consider the Heart that could "no longer restrain the flames of its charity." The Sacred Heart of Christ, once pleading on the cross, stooped again from the altar to reach our hearts. Christ, the desire of the everlasting hills He, without whom was made nothing that was made, must needs plead for the one thing mankind can withhold from Him, our heart's homage. Is this not enough to move any man to win other men to an active life for Christ? It is sweet to remember too that He came, as before in old Judea, to the lowly, with a message for the common man. His message, delivered to an obscure religious, has penetrated to every corner of God's earth; and there are millions of the League today, who cheer the failing, and give strong hands to their stumbling brethren, and yes, embrace the sinner, as Jesus taught them of old, for love of the Sacred Heart of God made man. The mighty Apostleship of the laity has begun. Are you an Apostle? s