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Time to chose right

It was in a student chapel sermon that a young student was exposed to a philosophy that would move a nation, that, in our better moments, moves us still.
During those chapel sermons, the young man began a thought process that would encourage a generation — that challenges us still.
The discovery of the chapel message that led a young John F. Kennedy was documents recently by the Associated Press:
“A document discovered at the Connecticut prep school attended by John F. Kennedy bolsters a theory that a former headmaster provided inspiration for his famous line, ‘Ask not what your country ...

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