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Re: Rudolf Steiner on the Catholic Church

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  • baymace
    Sometime to keep in mind though: the same would apply to any human being who is striving to work with Universal or Christ Consciousness, and who brings that
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 3 4:02 AM
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      Sometime to keep in mind though: the same would apply to any human
      being who is striving to work with Universal or Christ
      Consciousness, and who brings that consciousness into their
      thinking, feeling and actions. Being a priest or layman or simply a
      member of a church or any spiritual or religious organization has
      nothing to do with it. One might even argue that such a thing
      hinders true individual spiritual self-development.

      --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@yahoogroups.com, "ottmar12"
      <ottmar12@...> wrote:
      >
      > On 3: Steiner describes that he once observed a priest where at
      the
      > moment of consecration of the oblate a shining light surrounded
      it,
      > that with some priests you can observe the presence of Christ. And
      of
      > course, individual members, laymen of the catholic church can
      acquire
      > pure virtues and soul elements.
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