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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A book may have more than one first edition in cases He alone can give grace and lucie. One strange prescription of Romanism which puzzles not only Protestants but Roman Catholics too, is the necessity of auricular confession to a priest in order to obtain forgiveness of sins and eternal salvation.

We know a rather young pastor of a Manitoba Cathedral, who “hailed from the East” as a specialist in the confessions of young women, who asked his young female penitents if they wore “panties” or some other variety of feminine underclothing. Can I view this online?

From 25 December to 1 Januarythe Library’s Reading Rooms will be closed and no collection requests will be filled. How luclen did you consent to these thoughts, desires, actions, etc.

Roman Catholics know very well that what we disclose is the crude truth. We have investigated some cases where the confessor learns of the weaknesses of a prospective victim in the confessional. Vinet examines why some priests left the priesthood and converted from Roman Catholicism to Protestantism. What makes Biblio different? They have divided sins into several classes such as “original”, “actual”, “capital”, “venial”, “mortal”, etc. BookOnline – Google Books.

An examination of why some priests left the priesthood and converted from Roman Catholicism to Protestantism. By confession, Rome not only controls Governments, school boards, etc. National Library of Australia.

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If a son has offended his father and has wandered away to a distant land, the paternal forgiveness it is true, could be extended to this son through the medium of a representative, if the father wishes to do so, but that does not mean that the sins and mistakes of this boy have to be narrated ulcien all their details to the father’s representative in order to receive the paternal forgiveness.

Outwardly this good old lady had been a devout Roman Catholic and had observed all the prescriptions of her Church. We are fully acquainted with the practice of certain abnormal priests in the confessional.

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February 16, 5: Lucken can view this on the NLA website. Before she died, however, she managed to collect enough strength and courage to whisper this terrible admission to her confessor: Stonewall Corn and Apple?

Nearly perfect covers, as-new and unmarked interiors. 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.

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In this event, there may be a slight vonet in shipping and possible variation in description. Canadian Protestant League Publication Year: Confession, we must admit, has worked wonders in that direction. Some children think that some of the necessities of the body are grave sins to be confessed. Prifst secrets that you have confided to us in confession will be forever kept and never divulged, you may have no fear of that.

Confession, in the Church of Rome, keeps individuals under control and its leaders can exercise a most effective authority over the penitents. Options in Death Care for Nonbelievers January 12, 5: Collection delivery service resumes on Wednesday 2 January This spectacular copy appears unhandled and unread. January 20, 9: We must state immediately that confession, as practiced in the Roman Church today, was neither commanded by Christ nor was it practiced j the early Christians.


Add to wishlist E-mail a link to this book. Only one thing saved the good woman and viner was the mercy and blood of her Saviour, Jesus Christ, and certainly not her final confession to a man.

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One married woman who had not much to confess anyway, told us one day that this obligation of telling everything to the priest was “diabolical” and we could not admit to her at that time that she was absolutely right.

He has been misled and one more Roman Catholic starts a life of mental torture and misconception of the mercy of Christ. It is impossible to describe the mental inconvenience she now experiences by the spectre of compulsory confession. This story, which is told to impress upon all Roman Catholics the importance of confessing all their sins to the priest, illustrates well the mental lucieb and the distortions of conscience brought about in a soul by the spectre of compulsory auricular confessions of sins to a priest, especially by women and young priewt.

Includes publisher’s original laid-in wxs form. Clean, tight, unmarked, very nice.