New Age is a term that encompasses a broad spectrum of spiritual, philosophical, and theological thought developing in the West since the eighteenth century, mainly in counterpoint to (if not in direct reaction against) the rationalism of the Enlightenment. New Age suggests that adherents are seeking to usher in a new phase in human history (i.e., a “new age” or new epoch) through their spiritual practices and their philosophical and theological developments of traditional Western religious thought and practice.
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Confession Without a Priest
Source: Michelle Arnold, of Catholic Answers at catholic.com During the Easter Octave we continue to celebrate the solemnity of Our Lord’s resurrection that began with the Easter Vigil. Under normal circumstances, the faithful would attend Mass during the Octave, but would seek sacramental confession if in dire need, since most […]