Religion: Sue & the Charisma

I must define one of the attributes of the Catholic Church. It is an institution that is both charismatic and canonical. It is the role of the prophets moved by the Holy Spirit to shed new light in applying the truths of faith to new situations. Because their visions are new, they are suspect, and it is then that the canonical side of the church operates to sift and codify the vision.

The signed author of these lines is neither a theologian nor a churchman, but 21-year-old Brunette Sue Ingersoll, a hairdresser and New...

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