Tag: Consecrated Life

A Room With a View

One of great things about being ill and having to rest a lot because of a terminal illness, is that one has time to think and pray. I consider my present state a huge blessing. Not only can I do reparation for my sins while still alive, which brings me joy, but I can think

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The Humanity of Our Holy Priests

During my life I been fortunate to have the opportunity to meet and interact with a number of men with the indelible mark of Holy Orders. I can honestly state, the vast majority are hard working, honest men striving for holiness. Some of whom, I love and appreciate as I would a member of my

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On the Consecrated Life Again

Because of recent news articles, I would like to explain the four types of consecrated life in the Catholic Church. Perhaps the most famous man who is consecrated, that is, one who took private vows, is Michael Voris. Some consecrated people make public vows, as I did, in front of a Latin Mass priest, and

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Praying in the Wasteland

On the Consecrated Life, Again At times in the Church, throughout the trials and tribulations of political interference with the life of the monasteries and convents, such as in the Protestant persecution under Elizabeth I and the Reign of Terror in the French Revolution, the religious orders gave witness through martyrdom. Those who read this

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On Consecrated Life – A New Old Paradigm

I hope you will enjoy this post by Supertradmum. Those of you who read my three blogs, know that my life has been one of a prophetic movement towards God’s plan for the world. This started way back in 1973. I have too often deviated from my small role in the Church, but with a

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