Today at Mass we sang a song by the above author entitled "As A Fire Is Meant For Burning". We sang a very sanitized version as the original version is heretical. The line many might remember from Mass is "not to preach our country's customs". What it replaced is "not to preach our creeds or customs", which is nothing more than the heresy of religious indifferentism. However, several years ago we did sing the original heresy - well not me! I did a little of my own substitution and would loudly sing "we will preach our creeds and customs" over the offending phrase. I did so again today.
So who is this lady? In short, she's a feminist. At least she wasn't born Catholic so apostasy is not a factor in her case. Here's a blurb on her life. Look at page 3 for the various titles she gives to God. "Sister Wisdom??" How about "Spirit Guide"? I believe that one has relevance in New Age and/or Wiccan circles. We also have "God the loving gardener" and "Great spirit of the cosmic whole". How does she dream up this barf? Missing of course are any traditional titles that smack of masculinity, such as "Father" or "Lord". The footnotes on page 4 are quite telling. More so is the section on page 5 under "That did it!" As we read through that section we see that "new names (for God) awaited discovery".
And I thought "not to preach our creeds and customs" was bad enough!! This woman appears to be monkeying around with so many "names" for God that she has no clue as to Who He is.
If I'm at a Mass again when this song is sung, I will be singing my lyrics very loudly!
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