Well, okay, but what if they received complaints about something in the book they didn't for-see? For instance there are exorcism prayers in the book. What if somebody started complaining about that (laypeople seeing these prayers)?
I can't figure the whole thing out either, and speculating is a horrible thing to do, but this is all very odd, and I'm happy that Matt Abbott has addressed this. I was starting to feel I was the only one concerned. My husband, a writer as well, wanted me to track down Euteneuer, but we figured he wouldn't divulge what was going on anyway. He's an incredible priest/writer/exorcist and we really need him the world today.
posted on 12/02/2010 1:13:28 PM PST
(Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee ...)
Heck, if a layman wanted to get a hold of the prayers, they only need to do an Internet search. They don’t to need to buy Father’s book or the Roman rituale.
posted on 12/02/2010 1:35:20 PM PST
("If you know how not to pray, take Joseph as your master, and you will not go astray." - St. Teresa)
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