„The charity of the Gospel must extend to all religions and the French hospitality to all people.“

As quoted in Œuvres complètes de Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, Volume 7 (1828) by Louis Aimé-Martin, Jacques-Henri Bernardin de Saint-Pierre. Aug. Wahlen. p. 47
Добавить примечание: la charité de l'Evangile doit s'étendre à toutes les religions et l'hospitalité française à tous les peuples.

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