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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • My Dear Friends,
    • Now my dear friends,
    • dear friends, look back to such conditions of the primeval culture
    • my dear friends, man has become very trivial to-day; for it is
    • my dear friends, it has a strong impulse for souls. It possesses a
    • friends, is what a European should say for himself to-day; and with
    • cultivate is love.” But, my dear friends, that would mean: We must
    • friends, what this Asiatic puts forward from the Chinese standpoint
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • My dear friends,
    • quite clearly before out minds, my dear friends. What to-day is
    • on the one hand, my dear friends, and on the other we must also see
    • friends, if Catholicism were to be the only teaching to spread over
    • friends, we must understand that many trivialities will have to be
    • Berlin!” Now, my dear friends, it is to such things that we must
    • as an instance, my dear friends. You can find many other
    • friends, people — even Orientals — still cling to what

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