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But, as I have said, this was not the main thing that kept me from going to the Brazils, but that really I did not know with whom to leave my effects behind me; so I resolved at last to go to England, where, if I arrived, I concluded that I should make some acquaintance, or find some relations, that would be faithful to me; and, accordingly, I prepared to go to England with all my wealth.
And it must be confessed that on their part they knew how to be faithful to their victorious fortune.
I've now met someone else I really like but he admits he wasn't faithful to his last two girlfriends and can't promise he'll be faithful to me.
And yet this revelation beautifully exemplifies his understanding: the narrative describes the creation of subjects who are asked to be faithful to the event--and it gives dire warnings of pseudo-events, fake truths, false idols.
We as Catholics must be faithful to Sacred Tradition.
But this will always be my church because I believe that the promise of the risen Christ to be faithful to his church is more powerful than any evil we may do.
She would have had to have been the woman who I could be faithful to.
How can church leaders expect Catholics in the pews to be faithful to their stations in life if our shepherds cannot be faithful to theirs?
As the Canadian representatives when we received the World Youth Day Cross from our Italian peers, you told us to "be faithful" and, Holy Father, we will be faithful to the teachings of the Church, to the Sacraments, to our priestly souls, and to our personal vocations.
I believe a true Catholic should be faithful to the authority of our Holy Father, Pope John Paul II.
Jesus chose to be faithful to his mission, even though he knew it would cost him his life.
It goes without saying that any translation must be faithful to the original text," says the English bishop Konstant.