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Catholicks not uncharitable in fay
The RULE is not univerfal.
We are willing the People fhould examine
By H. E.
Behold, I am with you always, even to the End
Printed in the Year of our LORD, 1728.
HE only great, I might fay, the only Bufinefs of a Chriftian in this Life, is Salvation. In this we are all equally and infinitely concern'd. And there cannot be a more fignal Inftance of the prodigious Corruption of the prefent Age, than that an univerfal Concern of the highest Nature should be almost univerfally neglected. Religion, they fay, is the Parfon's Bufinefs; be maintains his Wife and his Family by it. But is Confcience the Parfon's Bufinefs too? If the People lofe it, and Heaven with it, is it the Parfon's Lofs? Are they no Suffe rers by it?
2. But God is infinitely good and it is hop'd, that Men may live as they pleafe in this World,