In Nairobi, Kenya, the religious sisters from England created a Catholic school for girls. They were supported primarily by generous donations. One day Sister Margaret addressed the second grade announcing that a high ranking church official from Australia was coming for a visit to deliver a large donation check to the English colony in Nairobi. Selecting a second grade girl, she instructed that when his plane landed, the 2nd grader would walk out to the plane, curtsey and say Your Grace as she shook his hand. They practiced for a week. On the day of the Bishop’s arrival Sister reminded the child to greet the Bishop with Your Grace. All the way to the airplane the child said over and over to herself “say your grace". As she reached the Bishop she dutifully curtsied, took his hand, and said, Grace; “Bless us oh Lord and these your gifts which we are about to receive from your bounty.” I would say grace-filled!