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The Young Men's Christian Association listened to an interesting talk from Bishop Kendrick last evening.
The first thing for a young man to do, he said, was to study his relations with God, and form his own character; then to look about and see what he could do for the world, considering what claim on him the ministry had.
The centre of the population is moving westward and the West is opening up a large field for good work. What is wanted is strong young ministers able to bear the strain of the work.
In Arizona Bishop Kendrick has to deal with Mexicans, who inherit the Romish church from the Spaniards; with the Indians, who were greatly in need of education; and with the English people who are also in need of missionary work. He urged Harvard men to join in the work in the West.
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