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You Have The Power: A Defense For Christians Doing Magick
Recently, Pope John Paul II created a flap when he pronounced, when speaking to some visiting group, that we needed to remember that God includes both genders, and that the feminine aspect of the Deity was as important as the masculine aspect which has become,...
Religion & Philosophy >> Religions
The Mysteries of the Rosary Beads
Traditionally there are 15 Mysteries of the Rosary based on the Roman Catholic customs set by Pope St. Pius V in the 16th century.
Magick >> Rituals

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Why Do We Hear About the Transfiguration on the Second Sunday of Lent?
We also hear the account proclaimed on the actual Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord. Whether during Lent, or on its own Feast, the Gospel account is meant to focus us on the "end" of the Christian life and our own vocation. "End", as used in the ...
From Temptation to Transfiguration
What a difference a week makes! From temptation in the desert to Transfiguration on the mount; from supernatural battle with Satan to supernatural glory before the disciples.
What remains after the transfiguration
This constant cycle of revelation and forgetting is at play in the Gospel, perhaps nowhere more strikingly than in this Sunday's passage: Jesus' transfiguration.
Transfiguration in an `untransfigured' world
When we consider it, we might wonder why the transfiguration lasted apparently for such a short time.
Raphael's 'transfiguration'
The 16th-century art historian Giorgio Vasari hailed “The Transfiguration” as Raphael's “most beautiful and most divine” work. At the Louvre, where it stayed for a time, it competed with Titian's “The Death of St. Peter Martyr” for first honors.

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