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    What is the missing part? Thanks.

    I am making a complete transcript. Could you listen to this clip and figure it out? Your help will be appreciated. http://snd.sc/16vVE9Y

    They are upset with empirical sociology, which tries to describe not what an American Catholic should do, but what they are doing and what they do believe. And they object to a priest writing novels in which human passion plays a part
    * human life.

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    Re: What is the missing part? Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by michael147 View Post
    I am making a complete transcript. Could you listen to this clip and figure it out? Your help will be appreciated. Clip by user437283654 on SoundCloud - Hear the world?s sounds

    They are upset with empirical sociology, which tries to describe not what an American Catholic should do, but what they are doing and what they do believe. And they object to a priest writing novels in which human passion plays a part
    as it does in human life.
    Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.

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