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Honoring the Saints Minute Meditations
Saints, who are members of Christ’s body, are now windows into God. Therefore, in honoring (not worshiping) their images, we honor (not worship) the saints they represent. And in honoring the saints, we honor their Lord, who is the true image of God.
— from Salt and Light

Wednesday, March 13, 2013
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