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A Catholic Defense of “Barbarous Names”
What are the Barbarous names, and can a Catholic Magician actually use them? Continue reading
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Magic Is Good, Until It’s Not
The Medieval Church viewed Magic more leniently than she does now. What happened? Continue reading
Posted in Magical Theory, Theology Tagged catholic church, council of trent, history, magic, science, Theology, witchcraft 2 Comments
Changing the Lord’s Prayer?
On the one hand, “To me this looks like he’s strawmanning and stooping to the lowest common denominator.”
On the other hand, “There is no problem with diversity of practice so long as there is unity of faith, and a big problem is when we worry too much about externals, about whether others ‘say the black and do the red’ closely enough for our satisfaction.” Continue reading
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The Saints and the Catholic Magician
As we call to mind the feast of All Saints, it never hurts to go over a few basics and ask how we can incorporate these basics into our lives. Continue reading
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The Magic of Catholicism – Official Trailer
Most books only give conspiracy theories about occultism and the Catholic Church . . . this book talks about WHAT’S ACTUALLY THERE.
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Can Non-Priests Perform Exorcism?
Exorcism by laypeople: impossible fiction, or victim of a priestly power-grab? Continue reading
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