To: saradippity; Litany; Loyalist; sandyeggo; narses; Siobhan
Personally I tend to think the book "AA-1025" is purely a work of fiction. I have never seen anything to prove it is a factual history.
Some of its commentary is prophetic, some of it sensationalistic, some of it doubtful.
None-the-less, given the current crisis, I know several people carefully re reading it, as well as "Windswept House."
posted on 07/26/2002 7:28:53 PM PDT
I keep hearing references to "Windswept House", should I read that?
posted on 07/26/2002 7:34:08 PM PDT
Personally I tend to think the book "AA-1025" is purely a work of fiction.
That is what I finally concluded. It could have been a plant by someone who wanted to sow some seeds of discord and undermine confidence in the clergy post Vatican II.
posted on 07/26/2002 7:39:20 PM PDT
I had not read any of it prior to your post. But it is eerily prophetic, to say the least, esp. the part about not kneeling and taking Communion in the hand.
But I am comforted in the knowledge that Christ will never let His Church be destroyed. We must continue to be faithful and strong.
posted on 07/26/2002 7:48:49 PM PDT
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