Monthly Archives: July 2011

Talking to the New Age Movement Part 2: On Holistic Spirituality

So-called holistic spirituality is a new name for the New Age movement. A critique of, among other things, the New Age book Soulution – the Holistic Manifesto by William Bloom

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Talking to the New Age Movement Part 1: A Stlll-Hesitant Apologetics

A former member of the New Age movement – as well as the Findhorn Community – but now a Catholic convert tries to talk to New Agers, knowing full-well how hard they will find it to listen.

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Musings on an Antithesis: Catholic England

From the opening to Dennis Sewell’s Catholics: Britain’s Largest Minority: “When I was sent away to the Jesuits at the age of eight, my paternal grandmother plotted to have me abducted. Family legend has it that her co-conspirator was Great Aunt Mary, a strict Presbyterian with a booming voice and a developed propensity to meddle. […]

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Feast of the Sacred Heart II

Last year, Roger wrote at length about the Feast of the Sacred Heart – so nearly forgotten by the post Vatican II Church. This year, I would simply like to say: Praise be to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus – burning with love and mercy for each and every one of us, every moment […]

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