Monthly Archives: December 2011

Protestant or Catholic?

“True and perfect love can be recognized by the great love we have for everyone. This love would like to set everything ablaze, even to seeing itself filled with a fire, a passion and a zeal to make God known … Continue reading

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Post Modern Monk

Below is a description from a man who recently discovered that he could be free inwardly. He chose turning from sin to Jesus. He was already “born again” for years, and early on after his conversion he was zealous and … Continue reading

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NEW DAY MONK

 Louis Bouyer tells of an interview he had with the Auguste Lecerf, a prominent leader and thinker in the French Calvinist Church; described by Bouyer as a man “most learned in Calvinism, as well as embodying in himself the highest … Continue reading

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Good Advice

The essence of perfection is to embrace the will of God in all things, prosperous or adverse. In prosperity, even sinners find it easy to unite themselves to the divine will; but it takes saints to unite themselves to God’s … Continue reading

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