Ruthenians in the New York City-Scranton Area Social Services to a Minority Group During the Years 1934 to 1954
Unity presupposes understanding, loyalty and even a certain degree of dependency. Every member of the Mystical Body of Christ has a responsibility to keep alive that charity which is the binding force between the various members of the Church. Knowledge begets love and it is by reaching out to another member by learning to know him that one begins to understand him and seeing his position in the framework of the Mystical Body, loves him in Christ. With love comes a sense of loyalty and a desire to encourage, to sympathize, and to share and finally there exists that unity which has ever been a note of the Church.
American studies|Theology|Religious history
Stim, Andrea Marie, "Ruthenians in the New York City-Scranton Area Social Services to a Minority Group During the Years 1934 to 1954" (1956). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI30844957.