[Pg 258] 双色球两次中大奖 In short, were butchered rather than dissected, She raised her eyes to his, quite in the secret garden manner, and she smiled not as she had smiled when she left him this morning. She insisted upon getting up and going into the drawing-room, feeble as she was. Tabitha was so handy and so helpful that the fatigue of an invalid's toilet was lightened to the uttermost. Tabitha and the colonel carried her[Pg 319] from the bedroom to the drawing-room upon her couch, and carried the couch back to the bedside in the evening. Before noon she was lying in the sunlit salon, surrounded with flowers and photographs and books and newspapers, and all things that lighten the monotonous hours of sickness. 鈥淲hat, father! do you mean to say that it is almost an article of faith that attrition, induced merely by fear of punishment, is sufficient with the sacrament? That idea, I think, is peculiar to your fathers; for those other doctors who hold that attrition is sufficient along with the sacrament, always take care to show that it must be accompanied with some love to God at least. It appears to me, moreover, that even your own authors did not always consider this doctrine of yours so certain. Your Father Suarez, for instance, speaks of it thus: 鈥楢lthough it is a probable opinion that attrition is sufficient with the sacrament, yet it is not certain, and it may be false 鈥?non est certa, et potest esse falsa. And, if it is false, attrition is not sufficient to save a man; and he that dies knowingly in this state, wilfully exposes himself to the grave peril of eternal damnation. For this opinion is neither very ancient nor very common 鈥?nec valde antiqua, nec multum communis.鈥?Sanchez was not more prepared to hold it as infallible when he said in his Summary that 鈥榯he sick man and his confessor, who content themselves at the hour of death with attrition and the sacrament, are both chargeable with mortal sin, on account of the great risk of damnation to which the penitent would be exposed, if the opinion that attrition is sufficient with the sacrament should not turn out to be true. Comitolus, too, says that 鈥榳e should not be too sure that attrition suffices with the sacrament.鈥欌€? CHAPTER VI "What were the exact words?" asked Kennedy. "Did you get them down?"