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  • Baptist University Invites Native American Mystic to Preach, Opens and Closes With Prayer to “Mother Mystery” (Baylor)

    02/13/2020 9:30:42 AM PST · by TigerClaws · 29 replies
    Baylor, a private Christian university located in Waco, Texas, is known as the largest Baptist university in the world with approximately 17,200 students on its 1,000-acre campus and is affiliated with the Texas Baptist Convention, which is subsequently connected to the Southern Baptist Convention. Reformation Charlotte previously reported that Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ) had attempted to invite Native American new age occultist, Kaitlin Curtice to preach to the students. Fortunately, she was unable to make the appearance at the time. However, Cru leader, Matt Mikalatos had defended his invitation to her seemingly ecstatic that he was almost able...
  • [Cath Cauc/Barf Alert] Pope Francis Is a ‘Mystic’ Trying to Solve Left-Right Dichotomy in the Church

    04/21/2018 4:17:06 PM PDT · by ebb tide · 6 replies
    National Catholic Register ^ | April 21, 2018 | Edward Pentin
    The young Bergoglio is an assiduous reader of Fessard’s work La dialectique des “Exercices spirituels” de saint Ignace de Loyola. In it, the French Jesuit showed how Ignatian spirituality was determined by a polar tension between God and man, grace and freedom, the infinitely great and the infinitely small. From here rises the “tensioned thinking” of the future Pope. It is this thought that explains Bergoglio’s interest in the polar dialectic of Romano Guardini, when, in 1986, he went to Germany to do his doctoral thesis. Since then, Guardini has become his point of reference. This idea of polarity, which...
  • Supermoon EARTHQUAKE? Mystic warns of magnitude 7 quake from 'TUESDAY' as planets line up

    01/28/2018 1:51:36 PM PST · by BenLurkin · 50 replies
    The Express uk ^ | 01/27/2018 | Jon Austin
    Self-styled Dutch earthquake predictor Frank Hoogerbeets issued the warning in video uploaded to his YouTube channel and website Ditrianum. He warned that around next week's Supermoon event, from January 30 to February 2, there will be planetary “amplifications” which he described as critical. He said: “From January 30 to February 2 will be more critical with the possibility of a seven pointer because of an amplification here on the 30th. “Also on the 31st with the full Moon there is also lunar eclipse and also called Blue Moon, because it is the second full Moon of the month. “But a Blue...
  • Real Viking Ship Completes North Atlantic Crossing

    06/30/2016 11:32:36 AM PDT · by Ketill Frostbeard · 44 replies
    GCaptain.com ^ | June 30, 2016 | GCaptain Staff
    The world’s largest viking ship has arrived in North America after crossing the North Atlantic Ocean on a journey from its homeport in Haugesund, Norway. The Viking ship, named Draken Harald Hårfagre, set sail from Norway with its approximately 32 crew members in late April and made stops in Iceland, Greenland and Newfoundland, Canada, before making its way through the Saint Lawrence Seaway to Toronto for the Tall Ships Challenge Great Lakes 2016 festival this weekend. Future stops for the Viking ship include Chicago, Green Bay and Duluth, before heading to U.S. east coast with stops in New York City...
  • Millions of people wear the brown scapular thanks to this English mystic (Catholic Caucus)

    05/08/2015 2:13:30 PM PDT · by NYer · 15 replies
    Catholic Herald ^ | May 8, 2015 | Fr Damian Cassidy
    This year marks the 750th anniversary of the death of St Simon Stock I wonder what you were thinking when you dressed this morning. Had you already laid out your clothes for the day? Did certain expectations dictate your choices? The simple fact is that how we dress can say a lot about who we are, what we do, how seriously we take life and its tasks. I have clear memories of one Christmas, when a child, having received a soldier’s outfit as a present and I can remember to this day the sense of pride and purpose that...
  • Mystic, monk and poet – meet the newest Doctor of the Church (Catholic/Armenian Caucus)

    02/24/2015 10:27:51 AM PST · by NYer · 33 replies
    cna ^ | February 24, 2015 | Kevin Jones and Ann Schneible
    St Gregory of Narek. Credit: Public Domain/Wikimedia Commons. Vatican City, Feb 23, 2015 / 04:37 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- St. Gregory of Narek – a tenth century priest, monk, mystic, and poet beloved among Armenian Christians – has become the first Armenian to be named a Doctor of the Church. “It is a great honor for the Armenian Church to contribute to this very important rank of saints who have enriched the Catholic Church with their teachings,” Armenian Catholic priest Father Thomas Garabedian told CNA Feb. 23. “Certainly this is a big honor for us Armenian-Americans,” said Fr. Garabedian, who is...
  • Sri Daya Mata, Guiding Light for U.S. Hindus, Dies at 96

    12/05/2010 12:31:09 AM PST · by Cronos · 10 replies · 1+ views
    The New York Times ^ | 3-Dec-2010 | Dennis Hevesi
    Sri Daya Mata, who for more than five decades was the leader of one of the most influential Hindu groups in the United States and an ardent advocate of the healing power of meditation, died on Tuesday at the group’s retreat for nuns in Los Angeles. She was 96. The society, whose monks and nuns adopt Indian names, teaches that there is a unifying truth behind all religious experience, and the group encourages its members to honor their roots in other faiths. Most members follow a vegetarian diet, practice yoga, chant and meditate Sri Daya Mata, who was born Faye...
  • Digs in Conn. neighborhood find artifacts of 1637 battle

    07/13/2010 11:17:16 AM PDT · by Pharmboy · 32 replies
    AP via Columbus Dispatch ^ | July 12, 2010 | Stephanie Reitz
    MYSTIC, Conn. - Artifacts of a battle between an American Indian tribe and English settlers, a confrontation that helped shape early American history, have sat for years beneath manicured lawns and children's swing sets in a Connecticut neighborhood. A project to map the battlefields of the Pequot War is bringing those musket balls, gunflints and arrowheads into the sunlight for the first time in centuries. It's also giving researchers insight into the combatants and the land on which they fought, particularly the Mystic hilltop where at least 400 Pequot Indians died in a 1637 massacre by English settlers. Historians say...
  • THE SECRET TEACHINGS OF ALL AGES

    07/10/2010 5:15:42 PM PDT · by edcoil · 22 replies · 1+ views
    For once, a book which really lives up to its title. Hall self-published this massive tome in 1928, consisting of about 200 legal-sized pages in 8 point type; it is literally his magnum opus. Each of the nearly 50 chapters is so dense with information that it is the equivalent of an entire short book.
  • DARK NIGHT OF THE SOUL, St. John of the Cross, Doctor of the Church

    12/14/2009 8:55:18 AM PST · by Salvation · 10 replies · 678+ views
    Our Lady's Warriors.org ^ | DIE XXIV SEPTEMBRIS MCMLII | St. John of the Cross
    Dark Night of the Soul DARK NIGHT OF THE SOULbySaint John of the CrossDOCTOR OF THE CHURCHTHIRD REVISED EDITION Translated and edited, with an Introduction,by E. ALLISON PEERSfrom the critical edition ofP. SILVERIO DE SANTA TERESA, C.D.NIHIL OBSTAT: GEORGIUS SMITH, S.T.D, PH.D.CENSOR DEPUTATUSIMPRIMATUR: E. MORROGH BERNARDVICARIVS GENERALISWESTMONASTER II: DIE XXIV SEPTEMBRIS MCMLIITO THE DISCALCED CARMELITES OF CASTILE, WITH ABIDING MEMORIES OF THEIR HOSPITALITY AND KINDNESSIN MADRID, AVILA AND BURGOS, BUT ABOVE ALL OF THEIR DEVOTION TO SAINT JOHN OF THE CROSS CONTENTS PRINCIPAL ABBREVIATIONSINTRODUCTIONPROLOGUE BOOK THE FIRST CHAPTER I.—Sets down the first line and begins to treat of the imperfections of...
  • The Incredible Story Of Maria Esperanza [Foresaw tragedy of the World Trade Center on 9-11]

    09/15/2009 9:53:34 PM PDT · by Salvation · 82 replies · 3,415+ views
    SpiritDaily.org ^ | 2002 | Michael Brown
    The Incredible Story Of Maria Esperanza By Michael H. BrownShe is widely regarded as the greatest living mystic. The miracles that surround her are vast -- among the best documented in Church history. Not since Padre Pio, the famous Italian priest now set for canonization, has there been a thaumaturge,  a "wonderworker," of her scale. She's a seer. She's a healer. She's a stigmatist. She often exudes an inexplicably beautiful fragrance. Some even claim to have seen her in levitation. I speak here of Maria Esperanza from Venezuela. We have had a number of stories about her, but never her background....
  • Catholic Caucus: Feast of [God] Father of Mankind [1st Sunday in August]

    08/01/2009 11:06:41 PM PDT · by topher · 4 replies · 1,029+ views
    The Father speaks to his children ^ | July 1, 1932 and August 12, 1932 | Mother Eugenia Elizabettia Ravasio
    [Vanity introduction: Mother Eugenia Ravasio found a cure for Leprosy. How? That is unknown. But she had no background that would have given her the knowledge to do this. She copied messages from "God the Father" as a mystic. In this message, God the Father is asking for a special Feast Day. Only God the Father does not have a Feast Day in the Catholic Church.] ... July 1, 1932: Feast of the Precious Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ. TO THE POPE » I turn to you, My beloved son, My Vicar, before all others, to place this work...
  • On ship, a ghost of a chance

    10/07/2006 7:46:41 PM PDT · by CurlyBill · 44 replies · 1,316+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | June 26, 2006 | Jenna Russell
    On ship, a ghost of a chance Researchers spend night aboard after visitors see mysterious man By Jenna Russell, Globe Staff | June 26, 2006 MYSTIC, Conn. -- Rain drummed on the deck of the 19th-century whaling ship Charles W. Morgan late Saturday night, as below deck, in the cramped and stuffy captain's quarters, a group of men and women armed with flashlights and digital cameras took their positions. They were ghost hunters, members of the Rhode Island Paranormal Research Group, who had come to Mystic Seaport, the museum that houses the Morgan, to investigate reports of strange happenings on...
  • Film explores spiritual life and sexuality of 'sassy' Saint Teresa

    08/25/2006 6:20:55 AM PDT · by Mrs. Don-o · 53 replies · 2,122+ views
    Timos Online (UK) ^ | August 25, 2006 | Dalya Alberge
    THE Church is facing another onslaught from film-makers. After the furore over The Da Vinci Code, it is now contending with an allegedly blasphemous account of the life of St Teresa of Ávila. Geraldine Chaplin heads the cast of Teresa: Death and Life, a feature film about one of the great Christian figures. The writings of the saint — a mystic who said that Christ conversed with her — are revered as spiritual masterpieces four centuries after her death. But film-makers don’t do spirituality as easily as sexuality and, in exploring the saint’s sex life, they find themselves accused of...
  • Fortune-telling judge couldn’t see firing coming

    05/03/2006 8:53:19 PM PDT · by george76 · 18 replies · 1,013+ views
    Reuters ^ | May 3, 2006
    Philippines jurist was noted for consulting 3 imaginary dwarfs about cases... A Philippine judge who claimed he could see into the future and admitted consulting imaginary mystic dwarfs has asked for his job back after being sacked by the country’s Supreme Court. “They should not have dismissed me for what I believed,” ... He told investigators that three mystic dwarfs -- Armand, Luis and Angel -- helped him carry out healing sessions during breaks in his chambers.
  • Father Solanus Casey and his 'favors' (Capuchin mystic)

    06/28/2006 7:36:08 AM PDT · by NYer · 17 replies · 3,068+ views
    Catholic Educators ^ | VIVIAN M. BAULCH
    When Father Solanus Casey died in Detroit in 1957, all he left after 86 years on this earth were a small crucifix, an old pair of sandals, several religious pictures, a wooden statue of St. Anthony, some dog-eared religious books, a knot of heavily darned socks and a framed, 40-year-old picture of his family. Bl. Solanus Casey (1870-1957) But he left another rich legacy — a long list of curious "favors" to an equally long list of devoted believers. Father Solanus Casey had come to Detroit to be a Capuchin friar. During his years as a priest he spent...
  • Literary/Political Question: Is Dennis Lehane (Mystic River) related to Chris Lehane?

    01/15/2004 10:15:29 AM PST · by Recovering_Democrat · 3 replies · 295+ views
    Chris Lehane, Lapdog to Al Gore, John Kerry and now Wes Clark...is he related to....Dennis Lehane, author of the book "Mystic River", made into a movie by Clinton Eastwood.Anyone know?
  • Mystic River

    10/28/2003 5:08:22 AM PST · by FlyLow · 4 replies · 178+ views
    internet
    Mystic River, the new movie being = released this Wednesday is starring Sean Penn and Tim Robbins who have = been known to spew hate speech against our current President, assaulting = his character for doing what he is attempting to do with the war on = terror, to protect Americans from further attack. Which has been very = successful so far. These 2 liberal actors have sided with Saddam = Hussain and Osama Bin Laden and against our own country, as demonstrated = by Penn's going to Iraq prior to the war in protest of our pending = attack...
  • Life of Venerable Anne Catherine Emmerich

    01/23/2003 9:57:15 PM PST · by Lady In Blue · 16 replies · 283+ views
    emmerich1.com ^ | 00/00/00 | Very Rev Carl E. Schmoeger, C.SS.R
    LIFE OF VENERABLE ANNE CATHERINE EMMERICH "VENERABLE ANNE CATHERINE EMMERICH" Venerable Anne Catherine Emmerich (1774-1824) Mystic, Stigmatist, Visionary, and Prophet Religious of the Order of St. Augustine, at the Convent of Agnetenberg, Dulmen, Westphalia.    TEMPLEGATE SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS NIHIL OBSTAT:  GEORGIVS D. SMITH,  D.D. CENSOR DEPVTATVS IMPRIMATVR:  EDM.  CAN.  SVRMONT VICARIVS GENERALIS WESTMONASTERII, DIE  XXI  MAII  MXMXXVIII TWENTY-SECOND EDITION 1955   MADE AND PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN(Length: Pages 15 through 59)   15 ANNE CATHERINE EMMERICH was born at Flamske, a village situated about a mile and a half from Coesfeld, in the bishopric of Munster, on the 8th of September 1774,...
  • Saint Gertrude The Great

    11/16/2002 6:35:54 PM PST · by Lady In Blue · 30 replies · 451+ views
    http://www.mtep.com/stgertrude.htm | 00/00/00 | staff
        (1256-1302 A.D.) Few men have merited the title, "the Great"; fewer women. I know of only one nun so honored, St. Gertrude of Helfta, a mystic whose spiritual writings have remained influential up to the present.Nothing is known of this German woman's family background. When five years old, she was entrusted to the sisters of Helfta Abbey to be educated. From a very young age she gave evidence of her brilliance and quickly outstripped her companions. In her teen years she asked to join the community. Therefore, she probably spent her whole life from childhood on within...