4/27/99 10 P.M.

Peace be to all, Good will to all.

Occasionally, I get an urge to send out some beauty which has come my way, so I will try to make this a regular feature. Everyone seems to have a newsletter today, so I trust you will enjoy this one.

Sadly, we also call to your attention our message for all students after the recent killings on school properties. We believe this is a spiritual crisis for young people.

Thank God, there is an answer - ACIM- "A Course in Miracles." In all our research, we have found no other course for the public which has more promise for training willing persons out of their tendency toward violence.

On a positive note: Research into the code the Jews put into the Bible to keep their secrets from the Romans during the civil insurrection of 70 C.E. has been broken! My heartfelt congratulations to "The Way Project." We will feature it here in the newsletter, and let you decide for yourselves. If pure Biblical research is not your "thing", skip on to the entertainment.

May God Bless you and yours.

Rev. James L. Fabert, DD


The Way Project was commissioned with an ultimate goal, decipher the code used in the Bible by the Jews during the Civil Insurrection of 70 C.E.; when the Jewish nation was virtually destroyed by Rome.

Our research gave us many hints: "It is numbers with letters, which are counted." "All things will be made known." What was the Word? "In the beginning was The Word, and The Word was God". "Jesus is the way, the truth, and the life." "You will do more than I have done".

Aramaic was the "linqua franca" of the time. We were very concerned about translation inequalities from Aramaic to English.

Some concepts cannot be literally translated.

So, we used a principle used in code breaking activities: Work backwards.

We translated from English to Aramaic, then cross-checked by translating from Aramaic to English.

Clue: "Aramaic has at least four meanings for each word."

Then, we used a computerized "Search Engine", looking for those concepts which are alike, or near alike. We knew the code was verbal, therefore it had to be a word pnemonic which could be easily remembered.

The following table and notes are the result.

"Freedom" "Jesus" "Christ"
"Love" "Savior" "Way"
"Wisdom" "Son" "Truth"
"One" "God" "Life"
"Infinite" "Eternal" "I AM"
"Peace" "Mind" "Soul"


"Freedom {in} Jesus {the} Christ {is}"
"Love {in} {the} Saviors Way {of}"
"Wisdom {in}{the} Son {of} Truth {means}"
"One God {is} Life {in}{the}"
"Infinite {and} Eternal I AM"
"{of} Peace, Mind, {and} Soul."

This appears to be the pnemonic.


Total= 7 lines times 36 Chapters added together=81 added together=9; called "The Ultimate Prime" number. This is the totality of the Book of "The Way" Project. This was not planned in advance.


The Way Gospel has 182 Chapters with six full Directories of 30 each with 2 left over. 182 added together=11; one plus zero times one.

Clue: "Allaha {God} is One." "All is One."

One plus One=2, the number of Chapters "left over". Six Directories plus One=7, the "sign" of man.

By numeric proof, The Way Gospel of Jesus the Christ is the "True Gospel".


Clue: "I am the son of man."

His name has six meanings plus the original word=7, the "sign" for man and God; or the Christ. The count of letters in "Kabbala" is 7, the "sign" for Christ. By demonstrated proof, Jesus "knew" the Kabbala. The number of letters in Kabbala is 7, the "sign" of Christ. Kabalah is the same. Kaballa is the same. The translation from the original: "Kab"=from. "Alla"=One, or God.

The Triune God: 1+1+1=3, the "aspects" of God. 1*1*1=One, or God.

"I AM the Way, and the Truth, and the Life." Jesus Said.

Easily remembered.


WG 135:

19 * And then Jesus spoke unto the people who believed in him and said, "If you abide in Christ, and Christ abide in you, and if you keep my words within your heart,"

20 * "You are *The Way, you are Disciples in *The Way, and you shall know what is the truth, and truth shall make you free."


I am reminded first of my favorite Monastery story:

It seems the Monastery had fallen on tough times. All the Monks were aging, and the Abbott was feeling some arthritis pain which no amount of prayers and supplications cured.

The grounds were not as neat as they had been in times past. Repairs and money for them were hard come by. The young men were not asking to become Monks as they had before.

This night, when even the weather seemed bent against him, the wind was blowing; and raining, and it was so cold out on the mountain.

The Abbott had had tough times before, so he got down on his knees and talked to God like an old friend, which He was.

"Father God, please tell me what I need to do. You know my concerns before I speak them, but it is so good to talk to you." He waited, quiet in the stillness.

Then the still small voice said: "Go talk to your friend, the Universalist; and ask him."

The Abbott bristled at this. It was not what he wanted to hear. "That young pup", he thought.

This new Teacher he had hired recently for the sunday school classes had too many ideas for the Abbott's liking. Why, he was almost a New Ager; and the Abbott couldn't think of a worse curse on anyone.

So he said three Hail Mary's rather quickly as penance for his thoughts.

But, if this is what God wanted; he would swallow his pride again, and talk to the young man.

He made his way to the Rectory, and the young teacher was praying; without uttering a sound. He was sitting on the floor with his legs crossed. More tomfoolery, the Abbott thought. But, he waited patiently for the young man to finish.

The teacher was dressed very casually, in jeans and a sweat shirt, wearing sneakers of all things. His sandy colored hair was mussed, as usual.

When the teacher's electric blue eyes finally opened, they widened quickly at the sight of the Abbott waiting for him. A big smile of welcome spread across his homely, freckled face. "The boy gives ugly a bad name", the Abbott thought; and said three more Hail Marys quickly.

The Abbott quickly explained his problem, before the young man could say anything. "You see Martin; I am at my wits end. Heavenly Father told me to talk to you and see if you could be of help?" The Abbott had completely lost his cool by now, and sorry he had come.

"Well, Abbott; I hate to put you off, but could I pray about it? As soon as I get an answer, I'll get right back to you, I promise." The boy seemed sincere enough.

The Abbott sighed: "Bless you, my son. I eagerly await any insights you might have."

"Thank you, Father Abbott. You don't know how much of a help you've been to me. I couldn't wish for a better mentor." The Abbott thought that was blarney, fresh from the land of Eire, but he had grace enough not to say it aloud. Three more Hail Marys. He made the sign of the cross and departed, with some dignity still intact.

Almost a week later, to the day and hour; the young teacher knocked on his door. The Abbott pulled it open, and quickly erased the sour expression from his countenance. "Yes, my son?"

The boy looked very somber, for a change. "I don't know what this means, Father Abbott. I've prayed about it every day this week, and I keep getting the same answer: Our Heavenly Father says "Christ is among you". That's all He said. Do you understand what it means?"

The Abbott was having a hard time keeping his blood pressure down. What impertinence! Blasphemy! He drew a deep breath, before he said something which wouldn't help the situation. "OK, Martin. Let me pray about it, and I'll get back to you. Please return to your duties, and thank you." The boy left with a wry smile.

Well, there was no doubt this is what Father God wanted. The Abbott girded his loins and proceeded downstairs to the scullery where the old Monks were lunching on dark bread and boiled cabbage. He called them to attention and explained the situation. Each Monk looked at his neighbor and said not a word. But they were thinking. That was obvious by their puzzled expressions. What if? They thought.

Gradually over the next several weeks, the Monks treated each other more kindly; were a little quicker to laugh. And - just have fun about their daily tasks.

The mood spread to the community near by. Suddenly, attendance picked up at Mass. The Abbott found his sermons were less somber, and his infrequent smiles came more often.

The miracle happened. Five young men applied to become Monks, and were accepted. Yes, they brought some new ideas, but the donations increased to the point where all things came to them they needed. No more, no less; but yes; it was a miracle. They even had some weddings in the chapel, and church attendance increased.

The Abbott bowed to the inevitable. The young teacher would be the new Abbott.

And they all lived happily ever after, and God smiled and said it was good. Jesus asked Miriam to sing a new song, and the Angels sang harmony.



as the dying do

between that life

just past

and the still unknown,

I only know enough

about myself as yet

to know that I don't

know enough.

nor can I say

I know what's missing--

voids are voids

only seen completely

after we've had

victories over them.

Whatever interlude

of kindness or of light,

real or pretended

you see coming

through the distance

be ready and be open.

The cost

of one warm moment

is considerable

but worth the poverty

that staying private means.

Rod McKuen
"Moment to Moment"


Do you want to know Jesus as a friend; a brother; a son; a poet?


From The Way Gospel - A letter to His Mother -


30:15 * Jesus said: "Then let the past go with the past; rise from the cares of carnal things and give your life for those who live."

30:16 * "And if you lose your life in serving life you; will (be) sure to find it in the morning sun, the evening dew, in (the) song of bird(s), in flowers, and in the stars of night."


- on the death of His Father.

* Our minds know from pictures; with deep meanings for all.


"He who Knows does not speak."

"He who speaks does not Know."

From: The Tao

Note: Eastern ways of thought can be confusing. There are many levels of spiritual, not literal meaning here. We leave you the joy of discovering as many as you are able. The pnemonic is designed to accomodate itself to the spiritual insight of each person who reads it. Our insight here is: "He who speaks at the wrong time does not know."


Psalms 46:10, "Be still and know that I am G-D," or

Psalms 37:7, "Be still before the Lord and wait patiently for Him."

In essence this refers to "contemplation" pure and simple--an inner silence and waiting for the manifest guidance of the Holy One, with attentive mind, soul and spirit, in purity and deep devotion.

This spark, within each of us, is a source of divine wonder and splendor, which through prayer and ecstatic dance, may more fully enlighten our face, showing us the holiness within which we dwell.

The "great way" is through deep inner prayer, in which that spark longs to return to its supreme Source. The soul, in inward contemplation becomes a Throne and the light of the Shekhinah rests above the head and flows with luminous joy through and about the devout, deep in prayer.

[ from the Kaballah, Hebrew Theurgy ]


Did you hear about the Pope's recent visit to the U.S? I cannot vouchsafe the validity of this story:

Well, as I understand the situation, the Pope had a few spare moments in his busy schedule, and He decided to have some fun; so He told the Driver to get in the back of the Limo, so He could drive.

The Driver shrugged, took off his uniform cap and jacket, folded them together for a pillow; then stretched out in the back for a nap. He spread the Pope's purple lap robe over him for a blanket and was immediately asleep.

The Pope removed his hat, buckled his seat belt; and took off up the California Freeway; with a big grin on his broad face.

He dialed in some american Blues music, and kept on going; without checking the speedometer. Soon he observed the flashing lights and siren of a CHIP Motorcycle coming up fast behind him.

He looked down and noticed the speedometer was reaching toward 100 mph. He knew he was in trouble. So, he slowed gradually; and pulled off the Freeway to a controlled stop.

The CHIP Officer approached the drivers door courteously, removed his sunglasses; and tapped on the drivers window. Of course, he checked out the back seat and noticed the figure; wrapped in the elegant silk robe, asleep on the seat. He shrugged mentally, and waited. The Pope finally found the button controlling the windows, and rolled all of them down with the wrong button. That tipped off the CHIP Officer that he wasn't dealing with an experienced driver. So, very carefully, he unstrapped the big pistol on his hip. The Pope saw him, and started perspiring rather more profusely than normal. He licked his lips; and said: "May I help you, Officer?"

The Officer, a devout Catholic; but a typical cynical Californian; watched his reply carefully. "You were speeding, Sir. Could I see your documents, please.?" It was then the Officer recognized the driver. His eyes noticeably opened wider than normal. Few things shake up CHIP Officers, but he had never met the Pope before. The Pope passed the necessary papers to the Officer carefully. Yep. It was Him, all right. The Pope of the Roman Catholic Church. The Officers mouth was very dry, his thoughts racing. Who was in the back?

The Officer wanted no part of this traffic stop. It was time to call in the Supervisor. "Would you wait inside the vehicle; please, Sir. I'll be back with you soon." The Pope nodded, and wiped his face gratefully with a white handkerchief. The Officer very carefully checked the sleeping figure on the back seat again, stalked back to the Cycle; and picked up the radio mike - out of hearing of the Limo.

"One William 7, calling one Adam 12."

The reply from the Lieutenant was quick, but curt. "I'm right in the middle of something right now, is it really important?" His comely secretary was bent over the bottom file drawer in his office.

"Yes, Sir. I have a code eleven, Mile marker 137. I believe you should handle it, Sir."

"OK, Who is it? The Mayor or the Governor? What did they do anyway?"

"Neither one, Sir. It's the Pope of Rome, Sir. You see, He was in one Hell of a hurry, and there is someone asleep or dead; wrapped in a royal robe in the back seat. I was afraid to ask Who it was."

{ My apologies to the Pope. He has my utmost respect. I also know He has a great sense of humor. -jlfdd }


[ One Possible New Translation From The Aramaic*** OF THE LORD'S PRAYER ]

by Dr. Neil Douglas - Klotz
Sufi Master




**b)= English Translation of the Aramaic

***c)= King James Version


1a*) Abwoon d'bwashmaya...

1b**) O Birther! Father-Mother of the Cosmos,

1c***) Our Father which art in heaven.


2a) Nethqadash shmakh...

2b) Focus your light within us-make it useful,

2c) Hallowed be thy name.


3a) Teytey malkuthakh...

3b) Create your reign of unity now,

3c) Thy kingdom come.


4a) Nehwey tzevyanach aykanna d'bwashmaya aph b'arha ...

4b) Your one desire then acts with ours, as in all light, so in all forms,

4c) Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.


5a) Hawvlan lachma d'sunqanan yaomana...

5b) Grant what we need each day in bread and insight,

5c) Give us this day our daily bread.


6a) Washboqlan khaubayn (wakhtahayn) aykanna daph khnan shbwoqan l'khayyabayn...

6b) Loose the cords of mistakes binding us, as we release the strands we hold of others' guilt,

6c) And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.


7a) Wela tahlan l'nesyuna, ela patzan min bisha...

7b) But free us from what holds us back,

7c) And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.


8a) Metol dilakhie malkutha wahayla wateshbutkhta l'ahlam almin. AMEYN!...

8b) From you is born all ruling will, the power and the life to do, the song that beautifies all, from age to age it renews... Truly - power to these statements - may they be the ground from which all my actions grow. Amen!

8c) For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen.



*a)= Aramaic

**b)= English Translation of the Aramaic

***c)= King James Version


***Aramaic is the language Jesus spoke.



"The day will come when, after harnessing space, the winds, the tide and gravitation,
we shall harness for God the energies of love.

And on that day, for the second time
in the history of the world,
we shall have discovered fire."

---Tielhard de Chardin--


Don't bug me! Hug me!

---bumper sticker


"Everybody can be great...because anybody can serve.

You don't have to have a college degree to serve.

You don't have to make your subject and verb agree to serve.

You only need a heart full of grace;

A soul generated by love."

---Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.


"And now here is my secret, a very simple secret.
It is only with the heart that one can see rightly.
What is essential is invisible to the eye."

---Antoine de Saint Exupery
---French Flier and Poet


A small child was drawing a picture and his teacher said:
"That's an interesting picture, tell me about it."
"It's a picture of God". The child replied.
"But nobody knows what God looks like."The teacher said.
"They will when I get done."


"Turn me not aside, Beloved,
Once Thou hast granted me Thy favor;
Starve me not of a kiss,
After Thou hast enfolded me;
Grieve me not, Beloved, since
Thou hast made me smile;
Turn not away Thine eyes,
Once Thou hast poured the wine of Thy
Magic glance into the cup of my heart."

From the Vadan of Pir-O-Murshid Inayat Khan

---4th Century Sufi Mystic


May you be in Heaven
A half an hour
Before the Devil knows
You're dead.

---3rd Century Gaelic Prayer


The Four Noble Truths


Life is suffering.


The origin of suffering is egoistic craving and attachment.


There is a way to the cessation of suffering.


    This Way is the Eightfold Path:

  1. Right Understanding;
  2. Right Thinking;
  3. Right Speech;
  4. Right Attitude;
  5. Right Livelihood;
  6. Right Effort;
  7. Right Mindfulness;
  8. Right Concentration.

Southwest Chogye International Zen Academeia



Before Religion.
Before Moses.
There is Adam.

An angel named Raziel gave Adam the very first book of Kabbalah. It was so profound, holy and on such a high level, that by today's standards one would not even be allowed to pronounce its words for speech has the power to arouse tremendous energy forces. Uttering words from Adam's book is equivalent to playing with high voltage wires.

- 4000 YEARS AGO

Abraham is the father of religion. He is the first man to understand that there is only one God - that the entire universe is actually inter - connected as one unified whole on a deeper level of reality.

Abraham is the first man since the dawn of civilization to actually transcribe an actual book on the Kabbalah. It is called the Book of Formation and it holds all the exalted mysteries and sublime secrets of our universe.

From: The Kabbalah


The ascent is for oneself,
the descent for others.

--Roshi Philip Kapleau,
Zen: Merging of East and West


  1. "Contemplation is the perfection of love and knowledge." (p.13)

  2. "Contemplation goes beyond concepts and apprehends God not as a separate object but as the Reality within our reality, the Being within our being, the life of our life." 11 (P.19)

  3. "Contemplation is a mystery in which God reveals Himself as the very center of our own inmost self". (ibid.)

  4. "Contemplation is the highest and most paradoxical form of self realization, attained by apparent self-annihilation."
    (ibid.) (1)

Father Thomas Merton


"In Nachmanides' Garden" -
Frank Donnola -
Kabbalah Society

This place will claim you
until you are one more flower among many
and perfectly at home.

is a living presence here
palpable as a force-field
that stops you dead in your tracks
stops you live.

It will not let you go from its gentle hold
until you acknowledge it
and return the embrace
letting yourself be changed
to like kind.

These overgrown plants are not untended
they have merely been left to their own devices
old enough now

to care for themselves
and be let go.

Provided by the Kabbalah Society



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"Imagine, for this moment; I AM -
The Holy Spirit of God."

"In reality, I can not be seen;
Only heard, as the still small voice
Who speaks to you in the silence."

"My Son, The Christ;
has a message for you.
It is herein.
Do I have your attention?"

"With His message --
Let me return Home to You?
All my love --"


This message is dedicated
to our young people,
who are killing each other.

Myself and Students
are declaring a time of mourning
for our brothers and sisters.
We will miss them.

This situation is
very difficult to accept
when we have an answer for the needless violence.

We call on all other Students,
throughout the world -
to help us put an end to it.


There is a course
where you will learn
how to live, not die.

It is not taught
in your schools.

It is not taught
in most of your Churches.

We know of nothing better.


We are telling you about it,

in the prayer you will take it
upon yourselves to learn it;

so you may live.

Because, we love you.

You are our hope, our future.

We know we have left you
with a world

which is not yours.

We know that. Neither is it ours.

Forgive, please; and live.

Blame not yourselves.

As you blame not others.


This message does not come
from a Church.

It does not come from a Bible.

It does not come from a Religion.

We believe it comes from The Christ,

Our loving Brother,

Who is never far away--


"My Brothers and Sisters",

"This world you seem to live in
is not home to you.
[It is here with me.]"

"And somewhere in your mind
you know this is true."

"A memory of home
keeps haunting you,
as if there were a place
that called you to return,

although you do not
recognize the voice,
nor what it is the voice
reminds you of."

"Yet still you feel
an alien here,
from somewhere
all unknown."

"Nothing so definite
you could say
with certainty
you are an exile here."

"Just a persistent feeling,
sometimes not more
than a tiny throb,

at other times
hardly remembered,
actively dismissed,
but surely to return
to mind and soul again."

"Yet some try to
put by their suffering
in games they play
to occupy their time,
and keep their sadness
from them."

"Others will deny
they are sad,
and do not recognize
their tears at all."

"We speak today
for everyone
who walks this world,
for they are not at home."

"Father God made your world
as a place of love."

"The choice
of keeping it
is yours."

"Here in your world
does the Son of God ask
not too much,
but far too little."

"I ask you
to love each other;
as I have loved you."

"Now you need
help each other."

"You have much
to do before
you return Home,
whether now or
long in your time.
You may visit us
whenever you love."

"The Holy Spirit
will direct you
so as to avoid pain,
with your only source
of truth."

"The problem is
not whether
what The Holy Spirit
says is true,
but whether
you want to listen
to what
The Holy Spirit says."

"Surely no one
would object
to this goal
of love and peace
if they recognized it."

"What is joyful to you
is painful to the ego,
and as long as
you are in doubt about
what and who you are,
you will be confused
about joy and pain."

"No learning is acquired
by anyone
unless they want to learn it
and believe in some way
they need it."

"And this motivation
for learning
comes from
our experiences
of unhappiness and pain,
and our fervent desire
to be free of them; "

"not just the
uncomfortable symptoms,
but their ultimate cause,
for only then
can we be truly free."

"Tolerance for pain
may be high,
but it is not
without limit.

Eventually everyone
begins to recognize:
there must be a better way."

"As this recognition becomes
more firmly established,
it becomes a turning-point
in your lives."

"This ultimately reawakens
spiritual vision,
that which you may see
with your knowing
- this moment -
at the same instant
weakening the investment
in physical sight,
and the cares
of this world."

"The alternating investment
in the two
levels of perception is
usually experienced
as conflict,
which can become
very acute."

"But your knowing outcome
is as certain as God, the Father;
Who loves you."

"In looking at the
'special relationships'
of this world,
it is necessary first
to realize
they involve
a great amount of pain."

"Anxiety, despair, guilt and attack
in all its forms enter into it.
Fear not, for I am with you."

"Can you not see
if you do not love one another,
you will kill one another?"

"Under God's Universal design,
this means you who kill will also be killed.
Then, you must repeat the error
until you have learned its lessons.
Is this what you want?
Of course not."

"Choose Love and Peace instead."

"As a loving Brother
I am deeply concerned
with your mind and soul,
and urge you to follow
my example as you look
at yourself
and at your brothers
and sisters."

"See in them
the glorious creations
of a glorious Father;
as are you.
You are One with Me,
my Father and Mother,
in love; as are they.
We are your first
and last family."

"We will never leave you
nor forsake you.
You need but ask for Me
in the stillness;
the peace and love
of your mind and soul.

I will come to you,
to remind you
of who you are;
and of home;
and love;
until you become
as I Am,
and the Father
will bring you home;
with the end of time
as you know it."


Please accept these gifts:


"Nothing real can be threatened."

"Nothing unreal exists."

"Herein lies the peace of God."


"This Course is a beginning, not an end..."

"No more specific lessons
are assigned,
for there is
no more need of them."

"Henceforth, hear but
the Voice for God..."

"He will direct your efforts,
telling you exactly what to do,"

"How to direct your mind,
and when to come to Him in silence,"

"Asking for His sure direction
and His certain Word."

"The Christ."


"Where the Waters sing Your Name"

For the Students who cannot speak.

"Dear Father God,"

"This is not my home."

"I know my home,"

"It is with You."

"I miss You to the depths of my soul,"

"Oh, God; It hurts without You!"

"I have miles to go before I Wake;"

"And miles to go before I Sleep."

"Oh, Please? Let me return Home to You;"

"Where the waters sing Your Name?"

"I remain your Child."

"Oh. Thank you, Father-God !"

"I Am One, with You."

"And, I live!"



"The day will come when,
after harnessing space,
the winds, the tide and gravitation,
we shall harness for God
the energies of love.

And on that day,
for the second time
in the history of the world,
we shall have discovered fire."

---Tielhard de Chardin--


This message is going out over the Internet.

We feel like John, Jesus' cousin:
"A voice crying in the wilderness".

But, all we can do is try.

We all have sons and daughters
out there
for they are us.

Who knows?
Even if One can be saved?
Is One enough?


To those who don't consider
yourselves Students:
We are not trying to assume
your responsibilities.

All our experience tells us
young people
are not listening to you.

They are listening to each other.

We love them as you do.

We are all God's Children.

Whether or not you agree -
we love you too.

We apologize if you feel
your egos threatened.
This is not our intention.

Let's put aside our differences
and try something else.

We ask you to put your feelings aside,
As the course teaches us;
To honor those who have paid the price.

In all our history, we've never developed
a way for us all to live and love together.

Now, it is here.

It combines psychology and the love of God, as an experience we all can share.

This love can not be between us.
It must come from God,
And you must ask for it.
"Ask, and you shall receive."

It is not physical.

It is neither a religion, nor a cult.

We know this course works.
It is love, as we are.

Could we gather and learn together?

The Internet gives us the chance,

With the Christ.

The choice is ours. God loves us enough
to give us the choice.

We know what the lack of love can do,
as do you.

Choose. Please choose from love?

Let us pray: Our Father, ...

If we may help further, E-Mail us c/o Students - at:

or check it out yourselves.

It is found at

Appropriately, it is called "A Course In Miracles".
And Miracles are what we need.

All our love goes out to you.
Peace and Good Will to you.

When you finish,
and know you are ready,
come back to us.

We have more for you.
Become One with us.

The Students.


The Art is donated with permission by Jonathon Earl Bowser at


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Created By:
Rev. James L. Fabert, DD


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