The Weight of a Mass.The Weight of a Mass
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The Weight of a Mass: A Tale of Faith is an original fairy tale fairy tale
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2. land and a time when the people's faith is running cold, a widow begs stale bread in return for offering her participation in the Mass for the royal wedding of the king and queen. The baker scoffs at her request, and as a cruel joke, weighs the weight of one mass--as written on a tiny corner of paper--against the bread to be offered. Yet a miracle intervenes and the scales, honest and true, cannot be balanced no matter how much food is placed within them; for a mass is a sacred thing, and its weight is beyond measure. Written by a true believer true believer
One who is deeply, sometimes fanatically devoted to a cause, organization, or person: "a band of true believers bonded together against all those who did not agree with them" in Mass as a holy ceremony fulfilling Jesus' command to repeat His actions and words until He comes, and warmly illustrated in full color with gentle, sunshine-touched artwork, The Weight of a Mass embodies the wonder of Christian celebration and is highly recommended.