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Writing in God's Voice

Anyone reading this blog will have remarked that quite a few of the entries are written as God’s messages to me. I want to make it clear that I make no claims for these writings other than that they are what they are: the results of my writing three pages in my notebook without stopping to think, while imagining what God would want to say to me.

So please don’t take these as anything more than meditations on my part. They are certainly not intended to be in any way infallible. I believe that I have written nothing contrary to Catholic doctrine or morality. If I have, then I would be pleased to be told of the fact.

Posted on Wednesday, November 5, 2008 at 03:02PM by Registered CommenterSi Fractus Fortis in | Comments1 Comment

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Apparently, someone chastized you about the tone of yours blog. That is no reason to lose heart and stop writing in your journal. Those of us who are regular readers understood your manner of writing.

Your written thoughts are missed.

Jim Hicks

December 27, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterJim Hicks

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