Saturday, October 12, 2013

Fr. Richard Rohr and his Writings - Can we trust them ? No...Here's why.....

Recently I noticed on the Catholic Ireland website that Fr. Richard Rohr's writings were used regularly (also today) on their 'Thought for the Day' section. Fr. Richard Rohr is well known for his writings and teachings which are not compatible with the Teachings of the Catholic Church.  He needs our Prayers.

You can read the article below which continues on the link attached;
From Catholic Spiritual Direction

…..There are indeed problems with Fr. Richard Rohr that the faithful should be aware of.

Fr. Rohr is deeply involved in the New Age. On the website for his Center for Action and Contemplation (CAC), a “training and formation center” based in Albuquerque, New Mexico that he founded in 1987, he says the purpose of his work is to provide “a faith alternative to the dominant consciousness” (whatever that means).

The CAC was a well-known hub for the Church’s premier dissent group in the U.S., better known as Call to Action (endorses women’s ordination, homosexuality, goddess worship, etc.).

Website for article continued here:  RC Spiritual Direction - Can I Trust Fr. Richard Rohr

We can pray this Prayer for him from the Divine Mercy, the 3 O'Clock Prayer;

You expired, Jesus, but the source of life gushed forth for souls
and the ocean of mercy opened up for the whole world.
O Fountain of Life, unfathomable Divine Mercy,
envelop the whole world and empty Yourself out upon us.

O Blood and Water,
which gushed forth from the Heart of Jesus
as a fountain of mercy for us,
I trust in You.

It is important that we pray for all Priests but also we need to point out to others writings and works which are contrary to our Catholic Faith.  If we stay silent in the face of obvious errors which can lead souls astray or put them in mortal danger, we too will be held to account for doing or saying nothing.  We must always be charitable but also firm in standing with the Truth of Christ and His Church.  

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