Litigation shuts down site critical of Vassula

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Salpy:
Here is an article about it:

http://catholiclight.stblogs.org/archives/2012/05/free-speech-par-1.html

Salpy:
The website is back up with a different owner and name:

http://www.pseudomystica.info/tlighome.html

Here is some information about the new owner of the site:

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François-Marie Dermine, a Dominican priest of Canadian origin, is a professor of moral theology at FTER (the Faculty of Theology of Emilia-Romagna, Bologna, Italy), a member of the executive council of GRIS
(Group of Research and Social-Religious Information), consultant to the Italian Bishops’ Conference for questions on alternative religions, co-director of the review Religioni e Sette nel mondo [Religions and Sects in the World], and official exorcist for his own diocese. He is author of numerous articles on alternative religions and of the following publications, of particular importance for the subject of the present investigation: Vassula Ryden – Indagine critica [Vassula Ryden – A Critical Examination] (Elle di Ci, 1995) and Mistici, veggenti e medium – Esperienze dell’aldilà a confronto [Mystics, Visionaries and Mediums – Comparison of after-life experiences] (Libreria editrice vaticana, 2002). He is co-author of L’estasi [Ecstasies] (Libreria editrice vaticana, 2003).



http://ephesians511blog.com/2013/04/10/the-critical-web-site-on-vassula-ryden-is-back-online/

Peter J:
Quote from: Salpy on May 19, 2012, 12:54:29 PM

A Catholic website has an article about it:
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http://www.catholicculture.org/news/headlines/index.cfm?storyid=14282&amp


I notice this paragraph:

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In 1995 the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith issued a warning about the work of Vassula Ryden, saying that her visions should not be regarded as supernatural, that her statements contain doctrinal errors, and that she has been “creating an ecumenical disorder” by sharing regularly in the sacraments of the Catholic Church although she is Greek Orthodox. The Vatican statement instructed bishops “that no opportunity may be provided in their dioceses for the dissemination of her ideas.”


I wonder what kind of the reaction there was from Catholics (including Catholics on a Catholic forum I frequent) to the Vatican saying that Ryden was “creating an ecumenical disorder” by sharing regularly in the sacraments of the Catholic Church.

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