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Infant graves on the edge of St. Michael's Cemetery (on "unblessed ground") due to their death prior to baptism.  

Augustine some 1500 years after his death still held sway over the actions of poor coal miners on the other side of the world. The practice continued in this rural town in Pennsylvania till at least the 1930's.

Thus, unconscious infants dying without this sprinkling are automatically damned to hellfire because they still have the inherited guilt. --Augustine of Hippo (354-430)

Infant graves on the edge of St. Michael's Cemetery (on "unblessed ground") due to their death prior to baptism.

Augustine some 1500 years after his death still held sway over the actions of poor coal miners on the other side of the world. The practice continued in this rural town in Pennsylvania till at least the 1930's.

Thus, unconscious infants dying without this sprinkling are automatically damned to hellfire because they still have the inherited guilt. --Augustine of Hippo (354-430)

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