Category Archives: Trinity

Spiritual Scoping…

Many of these things, but more especially the apparitions of devils and Angels, which are related by other persons who have had visions of the Passion of Jesus Christ, are fragments of symbolical interior perceptions of this species, which vary … Continue reading

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On visions and visionaries…

If you don’t know by now, I like reading visionaries. I’ve read a lot of them too. Ven. Anne Catherine Emmerich, St. Faustina, St. Angela of Foligno, St. Hildeard of Bingen, Bl. Mary of Agreda, and the list keeps growing. … Continue reading

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Bl Mary of Agreday–Mystica Ciudad de Dios

The work of the Bl Mary of Agreda’s┬áMystica Ciudad de Dios or┬áThe Mystical City of God in English is a detailed history of the life of the Virgin Mary as it develops in the Gospel and then as it is … Continue reading

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Apostolic Succession–a doctrine rooted in history…

Going back to a particular conversation I had with an NT scholar recently, one thing he asked in his adamant denial and objection to Apostolic Succession is whether the Church is served by dogma with no historic foundation. I would … Continue reading

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Winter Break Reading…

My winter break is officially coming to an end and will end on Monday when I start school. When you’re unemployed because of an evil work-situation screwed you over, you get a lot of time to read… Here’s the fun … Continue reading

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I’m converting to Islam?

An Eastern Orthodox friend of mine asked recently with reference to my usage of the term “Allah” if I was going Muslim on him. So I think I should just address that “Allah” is simply the Arabic term for God. … Continue reading

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Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring–J.S. Bach

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