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Father, help me to be gentle and humble like Jesus and always see the good in everyone, accept people where they are at, and try not to make them over into what I feel comfortable with. I know you have to be patient with me; help me share the same patience with others.
— from Stories of Jesus

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Denis and Companions: This martyr and patron of France is regarded as the first bishop of Paris. His popularity is due to a series of legends, especially those connecting him with the great abbey church of St. Denis in Paris. He was for a time confused with the writer now called Pseudo-Dionysius. 
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