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NEW CLASS: Real Candle Magic for Devout Catholics

The wait is over, a new class is here! Watch the video above for a preview of the first five minutes! In this class, Agostino discusses the fundamentals of Candle Magic as he’s gotten it to work for him, explaining … Continue reading

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Theurgic Affirmations for the Joyous Mysteries

My Neighbor and My Enemy are One! Continue reading

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The Importance of Septuagesima and Why It Was Abolished

This gives us three sets of themes based on the Western readings, and … in my preaching these past few Sundays, I’ve endeavored to show how these interpretations are complimentary to each other, work hand-in-hand, and give us much fruit for meditation and the proper ordering of our lives both physically and spiritually. Continue reading

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Can a Layperson Say Mass?

Can laypeople say Mass?
Should a layperson even try?
What does the ISM have to do with this?
Why does it matter anyway? Continue reading

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Feast of the Assumption: Both an End and a Beginning

She is a true “Inner Plane Adept” and “Ascended Mistress,” thus it is proper to place her before the new initiate’s eyes – on this day of her triumph over the physical plane’s limitations – as an example and guide as we go forth in the path toward our own spiritual victory. Continue reading

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Lent, Fasting, and Abstinence

Fasting is known the world over as a powerful spiritual practice. What is it and how does it apply for Catholic Magicians? Continue reading

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Why Dogma Can Be Good for Spirituality

Knowing what you truly believe is the first step toward growing as a person. Continue reading

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