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It Was Not Always By Violence That The Christian Faith Spread

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Submitted by AnneM (United States), Apr 24, 2006 at 17:41

In the Americas, in what is now Mexico, it was the vision of Mary, the mother of Jesus to a native American saint by the name of Juan Diegro that millions of native Americans peaceful embrace the Christian faith, ending the horrible human sacrifaces of the Azetecs. The Christian faith in the Americas was much more often spread by the missionares that have build the famous missions that often are still around today.

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