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Supernaturally-oriented Catholicism

Discussion in 'The Sacraments' started by andree, Oct 4, 2016.

  1. andree

    andree Archangels

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  2. fallen saint

    fallen saint Baby steps :)

    Its the age of miracles... but we are too hardened to see it. We are living in a mystical time but people are looking in the wrong direction. It is not on the outside but within. Theres a few here at Mog that are starting to scratch the surface. If you are looking for a miracle worker then you have taken the wrong path. It all starts inside of each and everyone of us. And its really not that difficult. Its work but not that hard. By an individual scratching at the mystical...our whole view on life changes, then we begin to see the mystical all around us. Some might think...i cant do that, i have family to take care of. But the magic is currently present...and taking care of your family is the mystical. It is a gift from God. In your quite times you become one with God. During your family celebrations or family crisis, you become the spiritual strength...and no one needs to know.

    The age of miracles has arrived.

    We just have to accept our place...at the foot of the cross.

    May Gods Will be Done
     
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  3. Booklady

    Booklady Archangels

    The biggest misdirection in our time is the belief among many that in today's world the devil or Satan does not exist. This is part of losing our ability to live a supernatural life.
     
  4. garabandal

    garabandal Powers

    Supernatural Catholicism is to admit that the enemy is three-fold-
    the world
    the flesh
    the devil

    Fr Gabriel Amorth warned that many of the devil’s “ordinary” temptations are passed off as “modern ideas” but really serve to “unhinge the principles of the faith.” These include abortion, same-sex “marriage,” euthanasia, divorce, and cohabitation, Amorth wrote.

    “The loss of a sense of sin that characterizes our era helps satan to act nearly undisturbed and, inducing man to sin, takes man progressively away from the love of God,” Amorth wrote. Suggestions like “everyone does it” applied to grave sins “weaken the consciences of men and women and lead them toward closing their hearts, egoism, lack of forgiveness, and doing everything for money, power, and sex.”

    But “everything that seduces and enslaves souls leads to their death, which is satan’s objective,” Amorth explained. Even though Satan’s promises of money, pleasure, and power seem alluring, they actually come at a terrible price and don’t allow those who choose them any peace, the late exorcist wrote.

    The principle of total personal liberty, the promise of no obligation to anyone, and the denial that all truth comes directly from God are “seductive” in appearance but ultimately unfulfilling, especially for young people, Amorth wrote. These notions “delude” people “into thinking that life is a beautiful holiday” where “everything is permitted and where your ‘I’ does not recognize any limits regarding pleasure or enjoyment.” This is all because satan wishes to lead people away from God, Amorth wrote.
     

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