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Daily Archives: 26 March 2015
A number of years ago I was on retreat, and the monastery provided Penance form II–not for retreatants (there were only 2 or 3 of us on site), but as a matter of course for the monastic community. We lay … Continue reading
Five aspects to avoid: 258. In matters relating to doctrine, the following are to be avoided: • the invocation of the dead in practices involving divination; • the interpretation or attribution of imaginary effects to dreams relating to the dead, … Continue reading