Author: Jay Toups

On the Dangers of Private Revelations – Part 3

By Supertradmum Before looking at other errors in the Divine Will books, I repeat the problem of the heresy of Monothelitism: from the History of Christian theology Malmesbury Abbey’s 1407 Bible from Belgium from wiki “Monothelitism or monotheletism (from Greek μονοθελητισμός “doctrine of one will”) is a particular teaching about how the divine and human

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On the Dangers of Some Private Revelations – Part 2

by Supertradmum The article is now entering into the nitty-gritty of the dangers of following some private revelations. I write this out of concern for souls, not for the sake of criticism. If anyone is offended, I suggest prayer and openness to the Teaching Magisterium of the Church. The Narrow Gate is the study and

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On the Dangers of Some Private Revelations – Part 1

By Supertradmum Because I am very concerned and because I have a thirst for souls, I write this essay. Many times in the past month I have met people who are putting the private revelations of many seers on the same plain as Revelation, that is the Bible, and Tradition–these women , and all are

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Fraility of the Laity – Part 2

Guest posts by Supertradmum Christ has a warning for us which many ignore or do not understand. Here it is. I do not think I have ever in my adult life heard a sermon on this pericope: Matthew 7:13-14 Douay-Rheims 13 Enter ye in at the narrow gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the

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On a certain kind of Christmas

Vexilla Regis by David Jones I was wondering during the past few days why God allows hardships to happen to people right before Christmas. People die on Christmas Eve, or have a car accident on the 22nd, totaling a car. Some people have their entire stock of Christmas presents stolen from under the tree while

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A Call To Religious Life

Something amazing is happening in Lafayette, Louisiana. Our area is seeing a growing wave of male and female vocations. Today, we have 42 seminarians, of which most of the diocese is aware. What many don’t know is there are a ground swell of young ladies answering the call to religious life. Ground zero for many

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Into a Small Silence

Those who know the documentary on the Carthusians, Into Great Silence, which many of us saw in 2007, after its release in December of 2006, recall the beauty of Grand Chartreuse, the elegance of the mountain monastery, holding the simple lives of those soldiers of Christ who dedicate themselves to prayer, sacrifice and suffering for

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