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Father Gabriel Lalemant won the crown the martyrdom on 17 March 1649. The smallest and most delicate in health among all the Jesuit missionaries, he had in six months won, by his iron will and unwavering determination, a martyr's end, in companionship with the spiritual and physical giant of the missions, Jean de Brébeuf.
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“I still haven’t made up my mind whether I shall publish it all. Some people are so humorless, so uncharitable, and so absurdly wrong-headed, that one would probably do far better to relax and enjoy life than worry oneself to death trying to instruct or entertain a public which will only despise one’s efforts, or at least feel no gratitude for them. Most readers know nothing about canon law. Many regard it with contempt and find everything heavy going that isn’t completely lowbrow. Some are so grimly serious that they disapprove of all humor. Others come to different conclusions every time they stand up or sit down. They seize upon your publications, as a wrestler seizes upon his opponent’s hair, and use them to drag you down, while they themselves remain quite invulnerable, because their barren pates are completely bald, so there’s nothing for you to get hold of.”
— St. Thomas More to Peter Gilles, 1516

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Submitting a Guest Blog
published 18 October 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed
ELOW are the procedures to follow when submitting a guest article for our blog. Initially, we considered explaining why we have the following requirements, but this seemed excessive. Suffice it to say, we have good reasons for our requirements. We want your article to look sensational. You’ve probably noticed our blog entries are usually small “works of art,” rather than “cut and paste.” Please trust us, and follow our requirements. Thank you!


FORMATTING YOUR TEXT

If you employ special formatting, your article might be rejected. Please avoid any special formatting. By “special formatting,” we mean text that has been aligned to the right or center, funky line spacing, footnotes, endnotes, and/or anything else that won’t display correctly on the various web browsers (and iPhones) that read our blog articles. However, if it is absolutely necessary, you may include a paragraph or so in blockquote:   <blockquote></blockquote>

Here’s how your submission ought to look:

      * *  PDF 6764 • This “sample” file contains extremely important information

And, here’s how it will actually look:

      * *  Example Submission • Showing the “results” of the guest submission

It is imperative that you study the information provided in “PDF 6764.”


SOME FINAL REMINDERS

Please send a picture along with your submission. If you don’t have a picture, please indicate what sort of picture you’d like, and we’ll take care of the rest. Using bold letters, underlined text, or colored text is not allowed. If you wish to emphasize a particular idea, careful and skilled writing will suffice. It is allowed to use italics, but you must add them yourself, using the following code:   <i></i>

Your blog submission ought to be sent to us in one of the following formats:

            (a) .TXT document     (b) .DOC file     (c) .PDF document

Please email your submissions to the address listed in the CONTACT US section at the top.