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Offline Genevieve

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The Didache
« on: September 21, 2017, 11:07:51 AM »
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  • Hi I'm new here to posting. I am Traditional Catholic wife and mother who converted from the Novus Ordo conciliar church several years ago. 
    I wanted to know what other Traditional Catholics thought about the Didache. 
    When I read it for the first time it really seemed to be the voice of Jesus speaking to His Apostles. 
    Researching I found it to be something even Protestants have written about. 
    Although I am not sedevacantist, the link I have here is from a sedevacantist website if I am correct

    http://www.thedidache.com/

    Any thoughts after reading would be greatly appreciated, thank you. 

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    Re: The Didache
    « Reply #1 on: September 21, 2017, 11:41:24 AM »
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  • Hi I'm new here to posting. I am Traditional Catholic wife and mother who converted from the Novus Ordo conciliar church several years ago.
    I wanted to know what other Traditional Catholics thought about the Didache.
    When I read it for the first time it really seemed to be the voice of Jesus speaking to His Apostles.
    Researching I found it to be something even Protestants have written about.
    Although I am not sedevacantist, the link I have here is from a sedevacantist website if I am correct

    http://www.thedidache.com/

    Any thoughts after reading would be greatly appreciated, thank you.
    Just an initial misapprehension ma'am, I believe that these people are Conclavists and not Sedevacantists.
    I would dig into it further to confirm, but my security hates pretty much everything that it links to.

    I'm not sure what you're asking otherwise ma'am.

    I do personally know at least one Anglican "priest" that "converted" to the NO on account of the Didache.
    "Lord, have mercy".


     

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