I WAS A PRIEST LUCIEN VINET PDF
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Vinet, Lucien; Format: Book; p.: ports. ; 19 cm. Results 1 – 7 of 7 I Was a Priest. by VINET (LUCIEN). and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at I Was a Priest. Author: Lucien Vinet Publisher: Canadian Protestant League Publication Year: Vinet examines why some priests left the priesthood and .
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We have investigated some cases where the confessor learns of the weaknesses of a prospective victim in the confessional. Catalogue Persistent Identifier https: She is even bound to reveal certain secrets of her husband. It has been instituted, we priests know it so well, primarily to make it possible for the agents of Rome to control the most intimate reactions of human hearts and minds in the interests of the authority and prestige of a human political and religious system.
Vinet examines why some priests left the priesthood and converted from Roman Catholicism to Protestantism.
He alone can give grace and lucieb. These shameful details of a confession are mentioned here to illustrate what is meant by the tortures of confession.
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I Was a Priest
BookOnline – Google Books. Before she died, however, she managed to collect enough strength and courage to whisper this terrible admission to her confessor: The confessional, far from being a place of forgiveness of sins, is very often the scene of the most disgusting sex crimes.
In the Library Request this item to view in the Library’s reading rooms using your library card. When an organization such as the Roman system can control not only the education, the family and policies of the Civil Government of its members, but even their very thoughts and desires, we do not wonder that it can prosper and succeed.
Outwardly this good old lady had been a devout Roman Catholic and had observed all the prescriptions of her Church. I have hidden a sin in confession since I was a young girl and I never had the courage to declare it. Advanced search Search history. The writings support Christianity, but are a critique of Catholicism specifically. A priest cannot hear confessions for many months before he realizes that this ordeal cannot be requested by the kind and merciful Lord.
If our people only knew why these false religious doctrines and practices were invented by Rome, they would not be so easily deceived. An examination of why some priests left the priesthood and converted from Roman Catholicism to Protestantism.
January 20, 9: That child might only be seven years old. W Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia’s template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Confession has ruined this child’s soul. Sign up to receive offers and luciien However, a child is naturally shy and reluctant to tell what he has done or thought. His conscience will reproach him for having hidden a sin in confession and he will experience uneasiness of conscience and will probably end vineet believing that he priset make peace with his God.
By confession, Rome not only controls Governments, school boards, etc. A murderer is obliged to declare his crimes, a young girl her most intimate thoughts and desires and a child the least little mis- chiefs of his innocent life.
The public has a right to know what is really going on behind what you call “the Roman Curtain”. A priest was beside her and had just administered to her the eas of Extreme-Unction.
Confession, in the Church of Rome, keeps individuals under control and its leaders can exercise a most effective authority over the penitents. If he does not, he will commit a sacrilege and should he die, he cannot go to heaven. The husband might be of Protestant Faith and his Roman Catholic wife will have to disclose to the priest the most intimate relations of their marital life.
One strange prescription of Romanism which puzzles not only Protestants but Roman Catholics too, is the necessity of prist confession to a priest in order to obtain forgiveness of sins and pgiest salvation. Let the priests of Rome who claim to be representatives of the merciful Lord, speak to the sinners of the mercy of Christ but not submit them to the mental tortures of Romanism. Was it a complete action? Browse titles authors subjects uniform titles series callnumbers dewey numbers starting from optional.
I was a priest / by Lucien Vinet | National Library of Australia
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Vimet who have had the courage to shake the shackles of Rome are naturally too honest to divulge secrets confided to them. Includes stories and photos of author Father Lucian Vinet of St.
The book lcuien prefaced by a letter addressed to Vinet, which reads, in part “I want to thank and congratulate you for your courage and frankness in writing on such a delicate subject. The book includes stories and photos of vnet author, who served as a priest in St. Add to wishlist E-mail a link to this book. In this manner, Romanism controls the whole intimate lives of married couples.
The real reason behind this Roman prescription of obligatory confession of sins to a priest, is to keep all Roman Catholics under constant submission and authority of the priests of Rome. The priest will now hear from a young woman the most secret thoughts and desires of her soul. The Roman Church appeals to the world for support and membership, the world therefore ought to be thoroughly informed prkest Romanism, and who can better explain the activities of this Roman religious system than ex-priests who are no peiest bound by its secrets and discipline Sign up for our Newsletter.
This especially happens when a sin is committed with the consent of both husband and wife. We have seen men tremble, women faint and children cry when the time to confess their sins to us had come.