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Joeli Qioniwasa wrote:

Hi, guys —

I read with interest Eric's answer to a housewife's enquiry about her Protestant husband receiving Communion in her Roman Catholic service.

I feel sorry for Eric and all those who still live in the age of schism. This is the age of unity.
There is only one Church. May I suggest to the readers to look up the latest messages from the Lord Jesus, passed through the true life in God ministry through its prophet, Vassula Ryden.

If it's any comfort, the Vatican has given Vassula its seal of approval. She is Greek Orthodox and celebrates Communion with Roman Church, and all other denominations.


  { Why don't you look up the messages of Vassula Ryden and the true life in God ministry? }

Eric replied:


Vassula Ryden was condemned by the Vatican in 1995.

  • Notification On Vassula Ryden (6 October 1995) from the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith [Vatican] [EWTN]

By no means is she approved.


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