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And when we came to live here, we got out of the habit of churchgoing.

Churchgoing was, as I have said, no part of his regular life.

Eva may well say that churchgoing does not seem to make people better.

We must try by our own example to make her see that churchgoing does make us feel better.

The churchgoing habits of clergy and people on other days than Sundays and holy days are not so easily arrived at.

Churchgoing was regarded as something that ought to be a national institution, and as such should be kept up.

I trust he is not one of those who think that a churchgoing on their wedding-day is once too often, he said, frankly admiring her.

The customary expedient of provincial girls and men in such circumstances is churchgoing.

Your praying is useless, and your churchgoing mere mockery of God, if you have not plain obedience in you enough for this.

At this point in the nineteenth century the sermon was the sole reason for churchgoing amongst a vast body of religious people.

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