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CHAPTER XV ~ THE COMMONWEALTH OF GOD From the Common Rule of the Sacramental Community of the Coworkers of Christ “A custom existed among the first generations of Christians, when faith was a bright fire that warmed more than those who kept it burning. In every house then a room was kept ready for any stranger who might ask for shelter; it was even called “the stranger’s room.” Not because these people thought they could trace something of someone they loved in the stranger who used it, not because the man or woman to whom they gave shelter reminded them of Christ, but because—plain and simple and stupendous fact—he or she was Christ.” -Dorothy Day "Let us touch the dying, the poor, the lonely and the unwanted according to the graces we have received and let us not be ashamed or slow to do the humble work." -Mother Teresa “It is not from your own property that you give to the poor. Rather, you make return from what is theirs. For what has been given as common for the us

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