President Lowell, in a brief address made last evening before the Catholic Club spoke of the unity of all religious sects for a common cause. Because the Christian church is divided up, there is no reason to feel that it is divided against itself. All the truly good men of every religion are really working together in the cause of righteousness, and have far more real unity than people of the same sect who are indifferent to the advancement of Christianity. The really harmful men are those who take their religion lightly, or those who have no true belief in the principles of Christianity. In conclusion, he spoke of the chances which the college man has to further the cause, and deplored that so many throw away these opportunities.
President Lowell on Christian Unity
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