Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Vinet, Lucien; Format: Book; p.: ports. ; 19 cm. Results 1 – 7 of 7 I Was a Priest. by VINET (LUCIEN). and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at I Was a Priest. Author: Lucien Vinet Publisher: Canadian Protestant League Publication Year: Vinet examines why some priests left the priesthood and .

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A book may have more priet one first edition in cases She is naturally embarrassed and her state of mind is just what a sordid confessor wishes explore. This is not my opinion only but it is the teaching of Christ Himself. It is impossible to describe the mental inconvenience she now experiences by the spectre of compulsory confession. A Roman Catholic, says his Church, must, in order to obtain peace with God, declare all his sinful actions, omissions and his most secret thoughts and desires, specifying minutely the kinds of sins committed, the number of times and all the circumstances which might alter the gravity of a sin.

That child might only be seven years old. Some children think that some of ulcien necessities of the body are grave sins to be confessed. Let us review the confessions of a child, a young lady and that of a married woman. And Ludien don’t expect there are many priiest in the world called Paddington! An examination of why some priests left the priesthood and converted from Roman Catholicism to Protestantism.

They have divided sins into several classes such as “original”, “actual”, “capital”, “venial”, “mortal”, etc. Confession, we must admit, has worked wonders in that direction. Was it a complete action? A special order item priset limited availability and the seller may source this title from another supplier.


First Edition In collecting, the first edition is the earliest published form of a book. Catalogue Persistent Identifier https: Was it against some laws of nature? A priest cannot hear confessions for many months before he realizes that this ordeal cannot be requested by the kind and merciful Pfiest.

In this event, there may be a slight delay in shipping and possible variation in description. It is indeed one of the most cunning inventions of Romanism. We have investigated some cases where the confessor learns of the weaknesses of a prospective victim in the confessional. Roman Prieest are indeed sadly mislead by Roman priests who teach them that Christ instituted confession when He said: Her mind and soul are crucified on the altar of Romanism and of its curious and sinful priests.

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Next Monthly Meetings are January 12th and February 16th. A married woman enters the confessional. The party would become the most united and most powerful in the country and could capture power easily. She is even bound to reveal certain secrets of her husband. First Name Last Viinet Email address: Jean, Morris, and Lac du Bonnet in Manitoba, as well as other priests.

Ex-priests who have had the courage to shake the shackles of Rome are naturally too honest to divulge secrets confided to them.

I Was a Priest

Let the priests of Rome who claim to be representatives of the merciful Lord, speak to the sinners of the mercy of Christ but not submit them to the mental tortures of Romanism. However, a child is naturally shy and reluctant to tell what he has done or thought.

Poor Roman Catholic women! Lehmann of Cainsville Florida. Before we study the confessional and the mental tortures it imposes on the minds and souls, especially of lady penitents, we must expose the Roman doctrine that determines what to say in confession and how to say it.


There are no more family secrets because Rome has required that hearts and souls should be fully explored by priests. His conscience will reproach him for having hidden a sin in confession and he will experience uneasiness of conscience and will probably end in believing that he cannot make peace with his God.

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Did you give full consent of your will to these thoughts, desires, etc? A married woman, who has any amount of natural discretion and honesty, will enter the confessional with apprehension and often despair. Sign In Register Help Cart. But we must admit, that as a priest we had no power to forgive your sins. Advanced search Search history.

The priest will now hear from a young woman the most secret thoughts and desires of her soul. The result is that he omits to declare certain things that are really not sinful but he thinks they are.

Sign up for our Newsletter. When an organization such as the Roman system can control not only the education, the family and policies of the Civil Government of its members, but even their very thoughts and desires, we do not wonder that it can prosper and succeed.

Many other embarrassing questions are asked according to the sins accused. Many of these questions are left ;riest the discretion and indiscretion of the confessor.

Confession has ruined this child’s soul.