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TEXAS FAITH 115: Where was God in the ordeal that young Lauren Kavanaugh faced?

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TEXAS FAITH 114: Did JFK have a greater impact on religion than any modern president?

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TEXAS FAITH 113: Are people of faith better off focusing their attention on education to schools that reflect their own traditio

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TEXAS FAITH 112: What would Jesus Tweet?

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Unboxing of 2nd set of Nava-Vraja-Mahimā by Śivarāma Swami

Krishna Tech: Kṛṣṇa VS Kåñëa–Balarama Font Macros Converter for Word

Kṛṣṇa’s holy name is transcendental.  Therefore it is not surprising that it remains transcendental, even when altered by the font conversion process.   When pasting on the web a text with Balarama font the name Kṛṣṇa becomes Kåñëa.   That is not too bad as one of Kṛṣṇa’s names is Kanhaiya.  However when words such as Śrīla become Çréla and other words are sometimes very hard to figure out, it becomes frustrating.  However there is a simple solution that will allow you to maintain all your files formatting.  Keeping all your Bolds, yo

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