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Thomas More's Last Acts Are the Essence of Christian Charity

In his last days, locked up in the Tower of London for refusing to sanction the remarriage of Henry VIII, Thomas More wrote a reflection on the "sadness of Christ," a letter to his daughter Meg, and an address to the very people who had ordered his execution. These last acts show us the essence of Christian charity.

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