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Private Revelation 101 - Dr Miravalle: MCast 71

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"At all times there have not been lacking persons having the spirit of prophecy, not indeed for the declaration of any new doctrine of faith, but for the direction of human acts."  Bl. Pope John XXIII incorporated this statement from Thomas Aquinas into his statement on private revelation in 1959.  Private revelation has always been part of the Church's history.  How are we to understand it's relevance for us?  What are the Church's criterion for evaluating private revelations?  Listen now to this fascinating topic as explained by Dr. Miravalle. Ave Maria! "At all times there have not been lacking persons having the spirit of prophecy, not indeed for the declaration of any new doctrine of faith, but for the direction of human acts."  Bl. Pope John XXIII incorporated this statement from Thomas Aquinas into his statement on private revelation in 1959.  Private revelation has always been part of the Church's history.  How are we to understand it's relevance for us?  What are the Church's criterion for evaluating private revelations?  Listen now to this fascinating topic as explained by Dr. Miravalle. To Download Audio go to http://airmaria.com?p=6645


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