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401  Date: 2007-05-09 17:01:30
Cora ( no email / wrote:

I have looked some pages and received useful knowledges. It's good!

399  Date: 2007-04-14 10:43:09
hs24de ( no email / wrote:


Tolle Seite, supper gemacht!

Gerne wieder!

394  Date: 2007-02-18 14:33:00
Kira ( no email / wrote:

Your site is comfortable for use and it has useful info for my job. If you love free games and real prizes you can visit my site.

386  Date: 2007-02-01 02:34:22
Lee ( no email / wrote:

Just came accidently to your website and didn't want to leave without posting a message. It is very nice - keep up the work!

378  Date: 2007-01-19 20:06:43
BB ( no email / wrote:

Exellent site and i will vizit this again

363  Date: 2006-12-27 01:24:49
sohbet ( / wrote:

hello, I am sohbet , your web pages perfect, good byee ;)

362  Date: 2006-12-25 22:33:54
sofa ( / wrote:

Very interesting info, thank you.

360  Date: 2006-12-21 12:52:09
odyssey ( / wrote:

Thank you!You can also visit my homepages

358  Date: 2006-12-16 18:21:03
Sandra ( no email / wrote:

Thanks for interesting information

356  Date: 2006-12-10 23:42:42
Martin G. ( / wrote:

a good website, but you must look for your guestbook!

354  Date: 2006-12-09 23:25:40
Romana ( / wrote:

Hi! A very nice site! I bookmarked it! wisit my sites!

352  Date: 2006-10-10 15:14:54
Vernon DeFlanders ( / wrote:

Great Site. I like what you have done with the site. Keep up the good work

348  Date: 2006-09-08 03:40:49
betchai ( / no homepage) wrote:

I love the website for it enlightens and strenghten my faith more.

346  Date: 2006-08-15 03:16:48
Sr Peg Keddell ( / no homepage) wrote:

My brother wanted to say a special prayer for his many intentions. I spent a couple hours on the net trying to find this prayer that I remember an old nun saying. I found it on your site. The prayer was a Novena of Confidence to the Sacred Heart. Thank you for your web page. Sincerely, Sr. Peg Keddell

345  Date: 2006-07-24 16:53:43
'Elan ( / no homepage) wrote:

Storm is over - Friendship will never fade

1 000 000 000 THANX

1 000 000 000 tears of JOY

ThanX for the NEVER failing TENDER touch of your FRIENDSHIP --

Go Honey!!!! am racing with you...

You are truly special ---you have ALWAYS been.

344  Date: 2006-07-23 23:42:44
Patricia Schwayze ( / wrote:

Thank you Mystic Rose for the wonderful site...the garden of your soul... your petals ... your thoughts ... like dreams...and bsides ehi you too never lose touch with your dreams ...that redeeming refrained longing does REALLY TOUCH the heart. One can only be humbled and grateful. Peace in the Lord. Peace in Jesus. Peace in the Holy Goast. And always feel the touch of YOUR guardian angel's wings. Aleways...

343  Date: 2006-07-23 22:11:21
Luciana ( / no homepage) wrote:

1 Corinthians
Chapter 15
You fool! What you sow is not brought to life unless it dies.
And what you sow is not the body that is to be but a bare kernel of wheat, perhaps, or of some other kind;
but God gives it a body as he chooses, and to each of the seeds its own body.

Sweetly whispered questions receive sweetly whispered answers...thanxxx and so nice to meet you...

342  Date: 2006-07-22 07:03:40
ShyLass ( / no homepage) wrote:

Cara SposaInnamorata...I join in your thanks to the mio caro SposoInnamorato...REM all weekend....

341  Date: 2006-07-22 00:47:43
SpouseinLove ( / no homepage) wrote:

Thank you thank you Mystic Rose - for all the Love the Lord gifted me with through my spouse. SofSs5:4. All the pure joys we share are another full new chant. Children to come --- new petals to the rose of our Love.

Thank you Muystic Rose for answering my prayers.

340  Date: 2006-07-22 00:25:18
SimonTemplar ( / no homepage) wrote:

Ehy MysticRose - a hearty thank a love shy guy and know what guys are like a peep here and there at the 'engeeniring work'...single and in search of a gal now that i found her ehm not easy to get off the hook the old habit. But have been struggling hard - we are regulars on your site and gradually used to walk looking sideways at shops and the oddest of items not to have a look at gals and gradually don' need that any longer. I mean ...not even looking but i can 'see' without being touched at all by the sight. Only - sorry - HER petals can touch me - like my againtsanything armour.

We feel at home here.

338  Date: 2006-07-05 14:34:53
Rockysis ( / no homepage) wrote:

It's my life... Heaven is a place on earth...Alive and kicking....I just died in your arms tonight - one of the all time favs...fro 9 to 14 years old ...summer juke box in the square below not falling asleep till the last song finished...and the last note had flown away...

This is an amazing site!!!!!! such a juke box!!!

Past blooming back to life in present...

Thanx Mystic Rose!!!


337  Date: 2006-07-04 16:38:36
Cathy ( / no homepage) wrote:


wonderful site...lots of healthy readings. And very interesting message board too. Will read it straight away.


336  Date: 2006-06-23 19:41:53
Pauline ( / no homepage) wrote:

What else can i add? I feel tuly welcomed here and can only 'subscribe' -- sorry for the cold word --with the heart to all that is stated and promised by this multifaceted kaleidoscopic joyful family...and help it grow in all the beauty it is already shining forth. Trusting in HIM step by step...

Blessings to all

335  Date: 2006-06-21 13:04:57
New Dad ( / no homepage) wrote:

I just found your website and thank you thank you thank you. I haven't read anything yet but that picture of the Mystic Rose disclosed a door to me. I have just adopted a child - already in his early teens - and as you can imagine establishing a new relationship with him something which is our own is not easy. He is still very hurt by the loss of his father. It's not that he is not willing to love us - it's just that also being a boy and starting to develop his self confidence, he would like to stretch his hand to us and get our guidance and yet then he takes it back...which is mutually hurtful sometime. You see he's willing to follow us but he also feels he's betraying his dad. Putting his trust in me. So how did the Mystic Rose help? in showing me that I have to centre myself in HIM - talking to my boy I am realising how similar we are in many ways so - and we both feel that God chose ME to be HIS successor in bringing him up taking on from where he left and helping the personality of this 'grown up' enough but still in the still growing at times rambustious teen. Once centred ourselves in him together like the five pointings of the Star we can walk together in new directions.
Looking forward to diving in and surfing all the site with the family.
A grateful friend

334  Date: 2006-06-20 13:29:15
Luke ( / no homepage) wrote:

Hallo to everyone!!!
I just drove into this gorgeous website!
kudos to the creator...I shall be a regular...

332  Date: 2006-04-09 06:44:37
Tom (Fulton) ( / wrote:

Hello Rosemarie!
Your Contact E-Mail does not seem to be working! I am currently roaming your site and I will be coming back often! There's a lot of good Catholic stuff there. I just wanted to say thanks to you and thank God for people like you! My name is Tom, and I am also a Catholic "Revert" I am just beginning a Catholic Site and it's nice to know that there are others of like mind out there that want to reach out to others with the truth of our beautiful Catholic faith! My biggest frustration is listening to all of the false, anti Catholic teachings on AM Christian Radio Stations! I wish I had a Catholic syndicated Radio Show to counter all the false teachings out there! Or perhaps a weekly TV spot like the late Archbishop Fulton Sheen! (Fulton is my middle name!) He was popular with everyone, even Protestants, because of his clear teaching of the truth!
My site URL :
God Bless You!
Tom (Fulton)

331  Date: 2006-04-02 04:15:27
Barbara ( / no homepage) wrote:

This is the most beautiful web site tribute to
Our Blessed Mother I have ever seen. The Mystical
Rose Catholic Page is another site I will go to each day.
Thank You!

330  Date: 2006-03-28 20:50:33
Marta ( / no homepage) wrote:

Ciao! Writing from Italy. Tried to click on the Italian flag to see your wonderful site translated into my language and -- oh my gosh -- it's hilarious! That's what comes out of these automated translastions. I literally fall in love with your site - the person behind it must be truly wonderful - a real shame that also considering the importance of the message it can't come across properly. So thought of dropping a line to say that should you ever need a translator am more than happy to volunteer. Delving even more in depth into all the wonderful things you write. Che Dio ti bendica! Un fortissimo abbraccio :-)

329  Date: 2006-03-28 20:38:12
J+J ( / no homepage) wrote:

Sorry but we don't have a common one yet. Thanks Mystic Rose! Thanks to your site we got to meet and chatting away found out that we live relatively close to each other - well only a few hours by train. Life is wonderful ain't it? God bless. Lots of love from both of us to the whole family...and long live the Website and its Webmistress!!!!

328  Date: 2006-03-27 19:23:53
lila ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

this site has helped me with my homework

327  Date: 2006-03-26 15:10:36
a friend of Jesus and Mary ( / no homepage) wrote:

O Saint Margaret of Cortona, I too come today as a pilgrim and I pause to pray with you at the feet of the image of Christ Crucified and Risen, whom, as a penitent, you contemplated at length. Lord Jesus, crucified for us, in offering yourself on Calvary for all humanity, you have revealed to us the wellsprings of everlasting life. May the mystery of your Passion enlighten our life making us ready to follow you on the way of holiness and love. Rekindle our faith; teach us to recognize and welcome in our everyday life the plans of your mysterious Providence. Give us the courage to confess our sins and open our hearts to sorrow, in order to receive the gift of your mercy. Empower us to forgive our brethren following the example of your love that knows no bounds. Help us to be humbly disposed to repair the harm we have done by actively and generously serving the poor, the sick, and all who are marginalized and without hope. Give everyone the joy of persevering faithfully, in full harmony with the Church, along the way of the particular calling. Above all others, show the young the splendid plan of love that you intend to bring about for them and with them at the threshold of the new millennium. Enable us to be peacemakers, tenacious weavers of daily relationships of fraternal solidarity, artisans of reconciliation, witnesses and apostles of the civilization of love. O glorious Saint Margaret of Cortona, present this rquest to your Crucified Lord and ours. Guide us with the strength of your example, support us with your constant protection, be our companion we beg you, till we reach our Father's house. Amen.

-Pope John Paul II, 1999

326  Date: 2006-03-24 17:41:50
David Rockwood ( / no homepage) wrote:

the sign of Jonah? :-)

325  Date: 2006-03-24 09:32:49
Hailey ( / no homepage) wrote:

A #1 website! Fully agree with Lynn: This site is so rich in beauty that soothes all the senses. I'm glad I found it. Thank you! And with John who is studying for the priesthood too: Dear Rose, Thanks for the Web page! You should get a theology degree. You are already more knowledgable in theology then most." Somebody else said "I think that Jesus Christ is a Rose in every person's heart. Each petal unfolds as we blossom into His call to perfection and maturity. Petals of Kindness, Compassion, Understanding, Love, Tolerance, Patience, etc." Well, your site is abloom!!! Such a haven of serenity for lost ships! So clear, so comprehensive, so thoughtfully and homely arranged...A true Home of Prayer!!! Such a forceful serene defense of our Catholic faith!! Sounds like the very Archangel Michael commanded by the humble handmaid of the Lord has come in aid of Her most beloved Son...So much to attain from in our thirst and hunger for as Marjorie put it a different Catholicism --a more mystical one...
May Heaven always smile on you!! :)))))). [PS How did I find it? I hit upon your site by a somewhat roundabout route].

324  Date: 2006-03-14 03:27:28
kOrOchAn ( / wrote:

I just want to thank you for the information regarding the LORD'S PRAYER. May God bless you!

323  Date: 2006-02-03 04:04:42
Leah ( / no homepage) wrote:

I bookmarked this site...I love it! I stumbled upon it while searching for catholic sites. You have done a beautiful job explaining catholic beliefs & misconceptions. Thank you. I will return often.

322  Date: 2006-01-31 05:48:47
Coco ( / wrote:

Hi Mystic Rose: I had a delightful time tonight visiting your site which I stumble upon while searching for Catholic sites. It has been a wonderful experience and I will be return many time. So many interesting topics on your site; a real labor of love, I can tell. Thank you for all the research and work you have put into it. Stumbling upon your site has brought great joy to my heart. In Christ and Mary, Angel hugs, Coco

321  Date: 2006-01-10 16:44:04
Luann ( / wrote:

Enjoyed your website, it's definitely one of the best i've seen in a long time.

320  Date: 2006-01-05 16:41:10
Tempest ( / wrote:

Your site is wonderful I like it!

319  Date: 2006-01-04 16:26:21
Ingram ( / wrote:

Enjoyed your website, it's definitely one of the best i've seen in a long time.

318  Date: 2005-12-25 15:50:13
Sacheverell ( / wrote:

Great site. I'll be back!

317  Date: 2005-12-23 16:51:40
Hazel ( / wrote:

Your site is brilliant

313  Date: 2005-12-07 22:55:14
Fenton ( / wrote:

GREAT! Really great I was looking for a site like this for a very long time. Go on!

312  Date: 2005-12-02 23:32:20
Kevin ( no email / wrote:

First Rate!!! Thanks so much

309  Date: 2005-11-19 09:37:57
Adrianne ( / wrote:

I LOVE your site! Your graphics are awesome! Your backgrounds are simply gorgeous! Keep up the good work!

307  Date: 2005-11-01 16:30:11
Rufus ( / wrote:

Your website is so beautiful!

306  Date: 2005-10-31 14:26:01
Chantal ( / wrote:

Continue adding that kind of content, please!

305  Date: 2005-09-22 20:57:49
jennifer ( / no homepage) wrote:

About Mary not being connected to pagan worship - let us remember that not all people who converted to the Church despised their old pagan ways. When Christianity was made the state religion, thousands of people were forced to convert on pain of death and never gave up their actual polytheistic faith. pagan temples and schools were razed and the religions were outlawed, so the people went underground with their beliefs and rites. Also, the smear against goddess worship being nothing more than orgies sounds a lot like the smear that pagans used against Christians about practicing cannibalism and also having orgies. It is easier to demonize a side we disagree with than actually learn about it, isn't it?

304  Date: 2005-09-22 18:03:47
Jän van Oosten ( / wrote:

Dear Carol,
I came across your webpage doing research on "organized religion." I really appreciated your two-part article on the subject. I am a Baptist pastor with an interest in Thomistic theology--Blessings.

303  Date: 2005-08-23 20:20:06
Carol Marie of the Mystical Rose ( / wrote:

Thanks for the great page defending the teaching that women have souls. That exact comment came up on the forums today and your page was referenced as an excellent refutation of the point.

Your website is wonderful and I love the name you have taken.

CM of the Mystical Rose
Through Mary to Christ! :)

301  Date: 2005-07-18 02:18:11
Rose ( no email / wrote:

Loved your site! It is SO beautiful! God bless you for all your work!
Why not come see a site completely dedicated to Mary, the Mother of God? You can see it at

300  Date: 2005-06-04 20:06:20
Hailey ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

I came back again for the second time. I am truly grateful to you for making such a beautiful website. I have been collecting prayers for quite some time now and I am especially inspired by the prayers I got here. Yesterday was the Feast of the Sacred Heart and I made sure that I prayed a lot for my Christ. Today is the Feast of the Immaculate Heart. Please, everyone, pray a Rosary today for our Immaculate Mother. You will be repaid in heaven. God bless you all!

299  Date: 2005-05-16 02:33:02
Kate ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

Ditto what Hailey said. Your testimony really spoke to me. I have been away from Catholicism for many years, attending protestant churches. Just recently God has been drawing me back, using the Rosary of all things. I was never into the Rosary when I was a practicing Catholic. Now I find myself searching the web for info on the Rosary and wanting to say it. LOL. God works in mysterious ways.

297  Date: 2005-05-10 00:35:29
Hailey ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

I loved this website! I added it to my favorites. Great music, pictures, and prayers. I actually learned something, well, lots of things from this website. Thank you very much for spreading God's word to others by the Internet. God bless. I'll definately be back again.

296  Date: 2005-05-06 17:43:59
Ron (God's Love) ( / wrote:

You have a wonderful Catholic web site! Keep up your good work for the Lord and our Church! I wish you all God's blessings!

293  Date: 2005-03-28 05:31:53
Theodore Finger ( / no homepage) wrote:

Hi, I can't seem to reach you on your contact at Bravenet. I just bought "Clean of Heart.." in Word97 using PayPal, but I did not see a link to the file. I hope you recieve this so I can start reading the book. Ted Finger, Evans, GA

292  Date: 2005-01-27 16:59:27
hb ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

Who's upset that Mel Gibson's movie was overlooked for an Acadamy Award?

291  Date: 2004-12-23 13:09:16
Josephine Chang ( / no homepage) wrote:

Merry Christmas. May GOD and our beautiful mother in heaven bless you all.


290  Date: 2004-12-14 14:57:12
BOB CYRUS ( BOBCYR7@CS.COM / no homepage) wrote:


289  Date: 2004-10-31 21:48:44
Sara Sayer ( / no homepage) wrote:

Peace be with you!

288  Date: 2004-09-09 00:27:35
BILL PROTHERO ( / wrote:

I have just found your page and are linking it to my website. I don't know if you would like all the material on mine.I have alot of info of various kinds. sincerely Bill...Praise Jesus and Mary

287  Date: 2004-07-17 01:47:00
bernard mary ( / wrote:

Hi there: just surfing around for info on Our Mother
found your GREAT website, its always great to see others who share in our devotion to the Mother of God. KEEP it UP....

Take Care and God Bless

286  Date: 2004-06-09 08:53:28
Laudaterian Hermits ( / wrote:

Thank you for maintaining a great and informative website. God bless you! Please pray for vocations.

285  Date: 2004-06-08 14:17:37
Br.Emmanuel Obele Maria ( / no homepage) wrote:

Please steady communication.

284  Date: 2004-06-08 14:11:29
Br.Emmanuel Obele Maria ( / no homepage) wrote:

Please kindly continue to feed me with information all the time because I will always ever ready to response. Thanks.

283  Date: 2004-06-08 13:54:55
Br.Emmanuel Obele Maria ( / no homepage) wrote:

May the lord be with you people always now and for ever more A--men

282  Date: 2004-05-04 18:27:17
Ron (God's Love) ( / wrote:

You have a wonderful Catholic web site! Keep up your good work for the Lord and our Church! I wish you all God's blessings!

281  Date: 2004-04-30 02:18:50
ann ( / no homepage) wrote:

Thanks a lot! It is truly a little jewel!
All glory to God!

279  Date: 2004-04-21 09:46:10
Charity ( / no homepage) wrote:

Hello! Wow! I just want to say well done for making such a wonderful page! I've run across it completely by mistake while doing a google for something completely different -- the mlor corporation website! Anyway, thanks for having the patience and courage to put this up -- i'll direct a lot of my anti-Catholic friends to it. :) By the way, in case you are wondering, I'm a bit of a hybrid -- Catholic and Protestant because I haven't been confirmed yet. I suppose I'm Catholic because I do believe in everything our creeds say. Well, well done again!

278  Date: 2004-04-17 03:14:52
Philip Huskey ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

You've obviously read extensively. . .the same in prayer.

277  Date: 2004-04-06 03:59:16
jr ( no email / wrote:

lovely site!

276  Date: 2004-04-01 11:58:28
Elaine ( / wrote:

Lovely page! I really like the colours and the information you have on this web page

274  Date: 2003-12-06 06:22:39
Al ( / wrote:

You are truly blessed. Keep up the Good Works in sharing His Good News.


273  Date: 2003-11-30 23:13:31
DORA LINDER ( / no homepage) wrote:


272  Date: 2003-10-25 13:05:37
Travis Blalock ( TGBLALOCK@YAHOO.COM / no homepage) wrote:

This is a great web-site, it has been a great help to me on my journey home to the Catholic Church! I Have used this web-site to help my mother and father on there road home to "Rome", one is A Pentecostal the other an Anglican, but know they will both be Catholic!! God Bless this wonderful ministry!! And may you be in the prayers of the Mystical Rose!!

271  Date: 2003-08-13 18:16:37
Poornima ( / wrote:

Very beautiful site proclaiming Christianity. I would be glad if you add your to the TOP CHRISTIAN WEBPAGES at

270  Date: 2003-08-09 00:48:06
April ( / wrote:

I just want to thank you for your WONDERFUL Catholic site! I'm an ex-Baptist and I'm about to convert to the Catholic faith with my husband (he was raised as a Catholic). Your page has helped me to understand the views of your church so easily - your site has DEFINITELY been the most helpful to me of ALL the ones I have visited thus far.

So thanks - again! GOOD JOB! =)


269  Date: 2003-07-14 21:35:00
Sara ( / wrote:

DUDE! You rock! :) I really like your site

268  Date: 2003-03-15 00:46:01
John ( / wrote:

Very inspiring site. I will return to view at greater length later.

267  Date: 2003-01-27 03:58:04
David ( / no homepage) wrote:

Your web site contains a wealth of information regarding all things
pertaining to Catholicism. May God abundantly bless you and make
fruitful your labor of love to Him and to the Church.

266  Date: 2002-11-17 02:23:03
Neti ( / no homepage) wrote:

I know you must receive lots of mesages like this, but is really a great webpage. May God bless you for the knowledge you share, with us (catholics) and for other people as muslims.
Greetings from Chile.

265  Date: 2002-10-08 07:53:02
Lori ( / no homepage) wrote:

What a great page!! God bless you for your ministry here on the net. I'm going to pass this link on to others.

264  Date: 2002-08-23 04:24:54
Desiree ( / no homepage) wrote:

Thank you so much for laying out the teachings of the Catholic Church in such a straitforward, yet eloquent manner. I recently married, and my husband and I have been having some difficulty in deciding how to express our faith. He is protestant and I am Catholic. His parents are very strong in their beliefs as born again Christians; this has made things rather difficult as of late. They left the Catholic faith without ever realy understanding it, and didn't believe that I was Christian because I practice Catholicism. You're site is a remarcable salve to my soul. Thank you and God bless you

263  Date: 2002-08-20 20:33:09
Sojourner ( / wrote:

How beautiful is this title: "Mystical Rose"
Blessings of Good Health!
Isle of Ireland

262  Date: 2002-07-30 11:42:15
Anthony Brach ( / wrote:

Great website. God bless.

261  Date: 2002-07-28 22:46:20
Gary Quinn ( / no homepage) wrote:

Wonderful website. Keep up the great work spreading the truth about His church. This is especially important with the current scandal. God Bless.

Gary Quinn

260  Date: 2002-07-04 16:48:58
Dave Sitbon ( / wrote:

Great site! I really enjoyed my visit here very much. You'll have to stop by my site...I'm sure you'll all LOVE it. Please keep up the good work, as I'll surely visit again. Thanks, and take care.

259  Date: 2002-06-24 08:44:08
Cami Crosby ( / no homepage) wrote:

I was surfing the net looking for info on the rosary when I came aross your site. I have been praying for answers to some of the questions you had listed. God sure has His own way of answering. This only continues to prove to me that we should put all of our faith in Him. Amen

258  Date: 2002-06-13 21:47:33
Mateo ( / no homepage) wrote:

I just browsed through the pages of Catholic Apologetics. Admirable and informative. Thank you.

257  Date: 2002-05-03 03:57:47
Susan ( / wrote:

I Love your site!! Keep up the great work!! I have been questioning some of my beliefs, and then immediately found your site!! :-D {{{{{{hugs}}}}}}
God Bless you! >> BTW, I am a converted Catholic. :)

256  Date: 2002-04-01 20:26:56
H-Marie ( / wrote:

You have a wonderful and inspirational site.
Random Acts of Kindness

255  Date: 2002-03-16 19:18:54
Dave Brown ( / wrote:

I've enjoyed your site...especially the articles from Daniel Barton on the Immaculate Conception.

254  Date: 2002-03-03 03:58:07
Elizabeth ( / no homepage) wrote:

I find your website very interesting, I am also a practicing Catholic.

253  Date: 2002-02-20 21:07:08
Mary Carroll ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

Thankyou for producing such an excellent site. I enjoyed reading all the prayers, and I am an avid participater in the forum. As a Catholic, I myself have found the debate about whether catholicism is unbiblical very interesting.

God Bless, From Mary

252  Date: 2002-02-04 19:31:26
Elisabeth ( / no homepage) wrote:

Your articles are well-researched, although they have the obvious slant toward Cathlocism that is to be expected. I am interested in your theories about Christianity's pagan "roots" since I can both agree with some of your conclusions and disagree with sweeping statements made in others.

I would also like to correct your statement about the Nazi swastika. More research into symbolology appears to be necessary here. May I recommend, as a beginning, The Meaning and Origins of Symbols at ( )? I believe you may find it interesting.

Thank you for at least approaching these subjects without the proselytizing that we pagans are used to.


251  Date: 2002-02-01 08:40:55
John ( / no homepage) wrote:

Your website is especially interesting and informative. I was most impressed by the large section on Eastern Catholicism. However, I think you might want to note an important point about the Melkite-Greek Catholic Church: the Melkite leadership has consistently expressed opposition to Roman Catholic teachings on contraception and divorce. At Vatican II, Melkite Patriarch Maximos IV sharply criticized the official Catholic teaching on contraception, and his assistant, Archbishop Elias Zoghby, called for liberalization of the Church's doctrines concerning divorce and remarriage. There is a strong independent tradition within the Melkite Church that emphasizes the primacy of conscience on many important matters, especially those relating to marriage and sexuality.

Otherwise, you have a great website!

250  Date: 2001-12-04 17:39:34
Merri-Todd Webster ( / no homepage) wrote:

I'm an Anglo-Catholic Episcopalian who's very impressed with your website. I applaud your emphasis on the joyful teachings of Christianity and especially your article on theosis. I have long thought that Christian doctrine does not make sense if one leaves out our destiny as partakers of the Divine Nature! Christianity has been for me a source of joy, comfort, creative inspiration, strength, and sanity, not of guilt, shame, and misery, and I rejoice to see someone else spreading the message that God wants us to be happy. God bless you.

249  Date: 2001-10-22 06:24:06
Keith Ung ( / no homepage) wrote:


I was so excited about sharing my thoughts, I completely neglected to provide information about the site I posted here. I sincerely apologize to the owners of that site.

The link I posted was a page from the website of Saint Charles Borromeo parish in Picayune, MS. The site is quite informative and contains beautiful photographs of the parish church. Here is the main page of the website:

It is a lovely site. I visit it often, and I encourage everone to visit the site to see the very beautiful church of Saint Charles Borromeo parish in Picayune, MS. Thank you for your time. God bless.

Keith Ung

248  Date: 2001-10-22 05:56:55
Keith Ung ( / no homepage) wrote:

Dear Mystical Rose,

Thank you very much for this truly wonderful website. It has offered me tremendous inspiration and encouragement, especially during a very dark and difficult period in my life.

I thank God for his awesome infinite mercy and compassion in lifting me up and changing my life forever. In the process, He has used many instruments of grace, including this website. I especially want to thank you, Mystical Rose, for your page that links to sites with galleries of beautiful spiritual artwork. They are extremely inspirational. I would like to add another link, if I may. It has much beautiful art of Jesus, Mary, and the Saints.

This is the site:

Thankfully, yours is a very extensive page, so I have not yet gone through the entire list that is already there. If the page I am sending you is already listed, I sincerely apologize for any inconvenience.

Thank you for this opportunity, Mystical Rose, and thank you very much for your wonderful site.

God bless you and all the visitors to your site who find the peace, love, and joy that only Almighty God can bring through our Most Holy Catholic Faith.

Keith Ung

247  Date: 2001-08-06 00:37:15
kevin welch ( / no homepage) wrote:

i enjoyed the information

246  Date: 2001-08-02 20:08:19
Amelia Sanchez ( / no homepage) wrote:

I never heard about the Rosa Mystica until I saw a catholic program on channel 57. A prist was talking about the Rosa Mystica. Now I want to know all about it. Your site has helped me a lot. It's beautiful.
God Bless you. Amelia

245  Date: 2001-07-30 00:46:00
Don ( / no homepage) wrote:

I love your site. Thank you for the blessing that you are.

244  Date: 2001-05-31 18:13:14
Mary ( / wrote:

Thank you from Mary R. This is truly a beautiful web site, and I know that I will be back to it again. God bless you always.

243  Date: 2001-05-08 05:46:26
patricialeyes ( / no homepage) wrote:

I just found your site and love it, I do have some
questions to ask and I was raised a Catholic but
since became a believer in Christian Science and also follow some other philosophies such as feng shui. Would be interested in seeing discussions of
these subjects

242  Date: 2001-03-26 23:11:53
Jonatan Mattsson ( / no homepage) wrote:

This was a most impressive site!

I am, myself, a priest of Church of Sweden. This church is usually listed among the Lutheran denominations, but has - in a way - keept a catholic identity. And we are many in the Church of Sweden who regard ourselves as evangelical catholics rather than "Lutherans" (Luther himself wouldn't have liked that label).

My hope and my prayers are that the provincial church of Sweden will one day be reunited with the Church of Rome, so that which we confess every sunday will come true: One holy, catholic and apostolic church.

There are a lot of prejudices to work away though. The teachings and doctrines about Mary for example. Though I must confess I do not understand all in the Marian apologetics section, and find some statements quite...strange, like the one of Jesus passing out of Mary miraculously so that her hymen was not broken - isn't that a bit over-the-limit of what we can say? - i find the defences of doctrines of faith of SEMPER VIRGO and IMMACULATE among the strongest and most convincing I have ever read. You surely convinced this protestant - I've had my doubts, but I will know be glad to join the ranks (among Martin Luther!) who confessed Mary the Immaculate Virgin Mother of God.

God bless you!
/ Jonatan Mattsson

For those of you who who can read Swedish, my homepage can be found at

241  Date: 2001-03-21 11:33:11
Shari ( / wrote:

What a very nice web site. You have put in a great deal of effort; and we are all reaping the benefits of your labor. God bless you for it!

240  Date: 2001-03-14 01:56:27
Mary ( / wrote:

thanx for a great site

239  Date: 2001-02-18 23:24:29
Lois Wheaton ( / no homepage) wrote:

My dearest friend has ask me to look this wonderful page. I just love reading all about Our Lady.
Thank you

238  Date: 2001-02-05 07:14:50
Adam Miller ( / wrote:

Outstanding site. I really like your site. Keep up the good work for the Lord Jesus Christ. In Christ Adam Miller
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237  Date: 2001-02-04 00:06:36
John ( / no homepage) wrote:

My wife of 15 years left me for various reasons, I also have MS. She is a lector and a eurch. minister and also helps with the youth group. She had an affair with the other member of the group, 6 years younger. Should I protest this more, to me it is immortal, I forgave her, but she won't me? Help

236  Date: 2000-12-22 03:58:05
liz ( / wrote:

Merry Christmas dear!

235  Date: 2000-12-10 05:37:02
bunny wage ( / no homepage) wrote:

Love your website and the easy to read articles.
wow. pretty, organized, and i love the sing a long stuff. :-)

234  Date: 2000-11-28 06:50:51
Mark D. ( / no homepage) wrote:

Great site. I was searching the web for information on "The Mystical Rose" and this site came up. Very informative. I am a member of the Knights of Columbus, The Mystical Rose Council #49 and wanted to find out the meaning and history of The Mystical Rose. I found all my answers here. Thank You for making this wonderful site available. I will be back to go through each and every page.

233  Date: 2000-11-27 17:36:11
Sam ( / wrote:

Hello, I was just surfing and ran across your site. I just wanted to
Let you know that I loved your site I found it easy to navigate and
very informative. You are an asset to us all. God Bless !!!
May Mary the Mother of God hold you and your in the palm of her hands

232  Date: 2000-11-03 04:00:33
Mystica Stevens ( / no homepage) wrote:

This is a wonderful website! I was out "surfing the net" when I stumbled across it and felt compelled to sign the guest book. I was named after the Rosa Mystica--my mother "Americanized" it to Mystica Rose. As far back as I can remember (I am 40 years old) I have had quite a devotion to Our Blessed Mother. My confirmation name is even Immaculata. She holds a special place in my home and in my heart. Anyway, thanks again for the great website!

231  Date: 2000-10-24 00:45:40
Joan Garner ( / no homepage) wrote:

I was excited to find your site & have bookmarked it for further study when I have time to do it justice. Right now I'm off to a recording session with my Gregorian chant ensemble, Cum Jubilo.

I am a graduate student working toward a Master's in Spirituality and tentatively plan to do my thesis on rose imagery in medieval Christian mysticism.

230  Date: 2000-10-11 19:09:15
Angela S ( / no homepage) wrote:

Great information, easy to comprehend, has provided me excellent resource to respond to misinterpretations, etc. of other well-intentioned Christians. Thanks!

229  Date: 2000-10-10 21:04:59
Serge ( no email / wrote:

A fair, sound and comprehensive Catholic site that nicely balances sentiment with sound doctrine. My site has more of an emphasis on the Russian Orthodox tradition and I am happy that you include this tradition in your prayer links.

228  Date: 2000-10-07 11:43:22
Marge ( / no homepage) wrote:

Praise God! I so enjoyed reading about your "journey" back to the "true" Church. I am a child of the church of the "50's" when Latin and "the back of the Priest" was what was going on....I remember thinking, as I knelt at Mass "Let me in!" I wanted to know and feel what the Mass was all about, and my child's Catechism wasn't "giving" me enough! Oh the days of early feminism.......the confusion!! How well you have detailed what so many of us have felt, even those as OLD as me! I commend you on this very well done web page! Yes, there are now many good Catholic pages on the Internet, but most are not as personal as yours. I believe many souls can be "collected" through the evangelizing of personal stories of "human failing" and God's graces, in spite of ourselves! Thank You, Rosemarie, for sharing yourself with all of us!

227  Date: 2000-09-27 22:36:59
Joyce ( Apostle@Core.Com / no homepage) wrote:

My dear sister in Christ,
How impressed I am with you and your much needed site. I have read your bio and find it ironic that as a religion teacher for my diocese I teach exactly the points of which you say you lacked instruction. We have something else in passion for Our Lady matches your own...I say the full Rosary each day and I spend the entire semester teaching not just how to say the Rosary but it's concept and what it truly means. We start in Sept. and study until the following May. When we do say the Rosary for first time the students do indeed have a new respect for Our Lady and what the Mysteries represent. When this wonderful devotion started to fall by the way side, it is my opinion, so did the family fall by way side. I'm appauled because most parishes in the states do not even give our Blessed Mother an honorable mention on Mothers day. I have made a personal promise to Our Lady to see to it that this changes. I will check back to see what's happening on your site..I found you because a review of your site was on Peter's Net of which I'm a member. Log on and check it out. Many of us die hard Catholics post on the site. I will remember you in my prayers and may the Holy Spirit continue to guide you to do His work.
Go with God.

226  Date: 2000-08-15 16:17:53
Erin Tordoff ( / no homepage) wrote:

I thought that this page was awesome. I'm 13, and not a lot of my friends are Catholic, and my parents don't go to Church a lot, so I never really hear about my religion, although I am deeply involved in my faith.Anyway, thanks for putting together such an awesome page, and God bless.

225  Date: 2000-07-31 12:59:00
James Dunmire ( / no homepage) wrote:

Hey, I found your site, and I enjoy it very much. I bookmarked it and have visited it several times since then. I'll certainly visit it some more! I have visited other Catholic websites, mostly through the "New Advent" webring. What I like about your site is that the articles speak in plain language, and are easier to digest than most of the other sites. I converted to the Holy Catholic faith almost 4 years ago, yet I still feel pressured by fundamentalists and evangelicals who may attempt to snatch me out of the fold. Your site is a great source of information and comfort to defend my faith. :-)

224  Date: 2000-07-28 14:46:00
Rev. Brother Louis Mary Tryon, ( / no homepage) wrote:

Dear Sister in Christ..Praised be Jesus Christ. Now; and forever, Amen. We are Catholic Nursing Brothers...members of male religious order and loved your site...We are asking prayers and hope you could mention us on your site...We attend the Byzantine Rite in union with Holy Father Pope John Paul II...We have 8O in small house and need to build large facility to nurse aged and retired priests...if you know others who would like to help us financially to build...check to Little Hospice Brothers of St. Francis...P.O. Box 325-Karlsruhe, North Dakota 58744-0325 USA Phone: (701) 525-6792 ...Our Priest is Byzantine Rite..If you would help us by putting this on your site, we would be eternally grateful...Also: we have 15 new Brothers wanting to come to staff our future home for elderly priests and laity...we have no room to house these precious vocations...please, for the love you bear Jesus and Mary, Our Holy Father the Pope and Holy Church: come to our aid...we are in front of the Blessed Sacrament in thanksgiving for your being used by Our Lady and Jesus to help us...God richly Bless You...Thank You. Rev. Brother Louis mary Tryon, LHBSF

223  Date: 2000-07-16 20:49:00
NaCole ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

i'm writing a term paper for my college religion class defending my own Catholic faith. Thanks for the website! I found it very informative.

222  Date: 2000-06-01 02:23:00
Jamie Collins ( / no homepage) wrote:

Your Rosa Mystica web-site is beautiful!!!
I just 'happened' on it as I was checking out other Catholic sites.
It's so refreshing to find web-sites like this in the midst of all the racketeering and bad stuff.
Jamie Collins.
West Cork.

221  Date: 2000-05-31 00:34:00
Lisa Stapp ( / wrote:

I am thoroughly enjoying exploring your site, learning of the many areas where we agree--and disagree. Although I'm Lutheran from one of the Lutheran branches that DIDN'T sign the recent Catholic/Lutheran accord, I find that we've got an AWFUL LOT in common!

There may be many denominations here on earth--if nothing else good comes from that, at least it forces us to look at what we believe... and why.

Still... there certainly is "one Church" behind what we can visibly see--and I'm guessing that we both belong.

220  Date: 2000-05-22 04:16:00
Caroline Pitman ( / no homepage) wrote:

Just wanted to tell you that "Bayside apparitions--warning from Catholic Replies" is a dead page. (Is that what you called it? I am a "newbie" to cyberspace.)
By the way, I did go to Bayside years ago, and I believe Veronica was demented. May God have mercy on her soul.

219  Date: 2000-05-02 04:30:00
Amy Welborn ( / wrote:

Wow- I haven't visited since you were on Geocities, I guess. Your page just keeps getting better and better! You do a great job of dealing with people of different opinions, as well. Bless you! Amy Welborn

218  Date: 2000-04-24 16:50:00
Sajan ( / no homepage) wrote:

Wonderful site!! Congratulations. May God Bless you and give you the grace to continue proclaiming the richness and fullness of Catholic faith.

217  Date: 2000-04-12 16:57:00
Robert Andreas Kronberg ( / wrote:

Nice homepage with a lot of information about Mary that I didn't know. (My is only in Danish).
Shalom Andreas

216  Date: 2000-03-08 03:34:00
Shirley Meyer ( / no homepage) wrote:

Thank you....I have book marked this wonderful and
extremely informative web site.

215  Date: 2000-02-05 07:30:00
Stephen Boursy ( / wrote:

Well done site. As an ex-catholic in recovery I have to admin the G. K. Chesterton quote is excellent.

214  Date: 2000-01-31 08:56:00
Robert myers ( / no homepage) wrote:

a communication of realms

Angels behold
holy, holy, wholly
physical of the Most High Holy

displacements and Redemption assured
a believer
Angel Gabriel and the maiden pure
a resplendent two
a morning hallowed

humble in blessing
her grace, Godly, exalted
echoes indwell, knowing and showing, the Holy Family
goodness, calm, caring, clarity

the new borne, king
love, Christian love
echoes indwell
the fallen need not be damned
love, Christian, love

by robert myers Jan.2000

213  Date: 2000-01-11 02:02:00
Ann Taylor ( / no homepage) wrote:

How I love this page! I am new to Byzantine-Catholicism and I have a lot to learn. I am in the Latin/Roman Rite and have been a convert for 22 years. I hope to soon be a part of a Byzantine Catholic parish in Williamsburg, VA! I am so happy!

212  Date: 2000-01-10 22:07:00
mary strange ( / no homepage) wrote:

I hope to find lots of good news to give to the wonderful catechumen I am sponsoring this year. I am at a new parish, and am totally frustrated at the methods being used to teach the GOOD NEWS!! I have been a sponsor twice before, and I was eager to again be a sponsor, but I cannot help but think, you could not possibly convert me, if I were the catechumen!! Sponsors and catechumens have only been through 3 sessions together, and I am at a loss as to whether I should ask her how she feels about the lack of enthusiasm from the priests (that's how I can best describe their attitude. HELP!!

211  Date: 2000-01-10 00:59:00
Sherry Tristel ( / wrote:

Excellent Page!

210  Date: 2000-01-08 08:12:00
Webmaster of CCL ( catholiclinks@!REMOVETHISTOEMAILME! / wrote:

Beautiful site! Please consider adding CCL (Cove of Catholic Links) to your website! Linking information is as follows:

CCL - Cove of Catholic Links

209  Date: 1999-12-19 06:26:00
Cheryl ( / wrote:

Enjoyed my visit to your site,though I don't have enough time at the moment to read every article. It is well put together and very informative.

208  Date: 1999-12-07 07:52:00
Joe Sillas ( / no homepage) wrote:

This is wonderful a wonderful website. I wil tell my
friends look into this website. They will love it.
my wife will love too. She just got back from San
Antonio,she was at the presentation of the rellics of Saint Teresa. Keep up the good workl. May God Bless you.
Joe Sillas

207  Date: 1999-11-25 14:02:00
Mike ( / no homepage) wrote:

Great page, very resourceful. a comment on the answer to "can God create a rock He cannot lift" in the theological questions section in the apologetic section: your answer on a creature, the rock, cannot be more powerful than God as to resist God. Here is my humble opinion as to what can be added to the answer: the question is not properly asked, it can't be answered. First, where do we find God's physical hands to lift the rock. Second, God Who is omnipresent, is not confined to a certain place, and thus is not influenced by gravitational force. also, I don't think God is simply the most powerful, He is all-powerful. To say that He is simply the most powerful, is to put Him only on top of the hierarchy. But He is not only the most powerful and the top of the hierarchy, but He is transcendent from the hierarchy. He is the perfection of power, and I don't know if this is theologically right: that God IS Power, He is the criterion of powerfulness, He is perfection of power. He is all powerful, taht He can cause everything that is possible. Another answer to the question "can God create a rock He cannot lift?" is that since the scenerio is impossible, then such creation cannot be done. I think an abstraction of our minds does not mean it is possible. haha, you don't know how much impact this question probably had on me a few years ago, in a way it was probably one of the questions that motivates me to study theology and religion from a philosophy and rational point of view

206  Date: 1999-11-23 02:58:00
Elizabeth ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

Thank you so much for creating this awe-inspiring, precious web site. What a glorious way to utilize God's gift of technology!
I was hoping that you could say a prayer for a man named Paul Scott. He is on death row in FL. My priest has told the parish about the case and the fact that this man is truly innocent. Sister Helen, who was featured in prison ministry for the film Dead Man Walking, has also endorsed Paul's cause. Due to his low Intelligence Quotient and pauper status, Paul has been powerless to present a solid case on his own behalf.
Our parish is taking a very faith-filled action of hiring a lawyer. We've been told that he has a
stunning track record in overturning unjust verdicts. We would so appreciate a prayer that the truth be found and God's mercy and love prevail. If only Paul could one day share in the Holy Sacrament of Communion in our church, we would rejoice so immensely!
Best blessings to you in your ministry.

205  Date: 1999-10-30 00:13:00
Bob Shepherd ( / wrote:

ooking around on the internet, I found your beautiful Mother Teresa site.

I have juist added a Nelson Mandela link to my Mother Teresa page.
While different in many ways, they share a common sense of justice and compassion and humanity. Both are shining lights in this century and splendid heroes for the children.

I guess it makes my page a touch more ecumenical. I also have a Princess Diana picture.

Please drop by. See if you like it

204  Date: 1999-10-24 00:52:00
maria ( / wrote:

you have such a beautifull page and so inspiaring i was very touched and i loved it will be back.

203  Date: 1999-10-02 05:07:00
Walter Whitehead ( / wrote:

You have a beautiful site; It's like a chapel on the internet! We would appreciate it if you would view our site:
The Sons and Daughters of the Resurrection

202  Date: 1999-09-16 23:16:00
The Seven Dolors of Mary ( / wrote:

I just want to congratulate you on your perfect rating at PetersNet! Fantastic. No small feat! And you very well deserve it. God's Peace & grace continue to inspire you as you continue to inspire others with the beauty contained in His Catholic Church!

Marlene : )

201  Date: 1999-09-12 04:20:00
Phyllis McAlister ( / no homepage) wrote:

I wish I could tell more people about this beautiful page - unfortunately people my age, 68, dont seem to be interested in computers. I will pray to Our Lady for help, and ask you to pray too.

200  Date: 1999-09-04 18:52:00
Mark Patrick Clements ( / no homepage) wrote:


May Our Blessed Mother Mary surround you and your husband and little one. May she ever hold you in the folds of her Virginal Mantle of Love and Grace. May she ever draw you closer to her Immaculate Heart, thus leading you ever closer to her Son's Most Sacred Heart.

Just wanted to thank you for your page, it is beautiful! Our Lady of the Mystical Rose has been a patronage of mine since I was 13! Thank You, Thank You! My other devotion is St. Philomena, the most powerful saint I have encountered! I am a 26 year old male in Houston, Texas. My roommate and I have a house across the street from a 24 hour Adoration chapel. We have turned our houe into "Our House of Prayer" a home opened to all young men discerning vocation (Priesthood, Religous Life, Single Life, and Marriage). We live a life of prayer, sacraments, consecration to Mary, and apostalate to the Youth. We will have a page up soon and I will keep your e-mail and update you so you can tell others. Pray for me and my brother roommate that Our Lady will continue to shower us with her Graces.
My e-mail is open to all who have prayer requests or want to know more about "Our House of Prayer"

Love your
servant of Mary

Mark Patrick

199  Date: 1999-09-03 04:44:00
Abel Estrellas ( / Use_run wrote:

Hi, it's me again....I've cancelled my web site about Love because now I have learned that the Holy Trinity is True Love. God is Love. Amen. Do you have your web site in booklet form? Please write a book, I'll buy it! This is a very happy web site,I Love it! Still a baby Catholic and still strong and still learning. Thanks for blessing us.
Peace and Love be with you,

198  Date: 1999-08-30 01:25:00
rgb ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

from what i've seen so far, this is a very good site. you have put a lot of thought and effort into it. please continue to build!!

197  Date: 1999-08-13 21:19:00
Daniel Joseph Barton ( None._ Using library computer. / None._) wrote:

I desire to contact you and offer my defense of the
Immaculate Conception doctrine which I worked on for
years before becoming a Byzantine Catholic Christian. I was formerly with the Orthodox CHurch. Daniel 910-487-0908.

196  Date: 1999-08-10 07:40:00
Mary Gedeon ( / no homepage) wrote:

I marked this site for reference. I too am trying to learn more about my faith. God Bless You, and keep up the good works–and prayers.

195  Date: 1999-07-26 23:30:00
Steven Merten ( / wrote:

Hello neighbor,
I am one site in front of you on the catholic web ring. I thought I would visit. Very nice site you have here. As a question for your Q&A section.

Why do priests not teach the commandments anymore. I have studied the 700 some biblical verses which discuss love and love for God is always defined as obeying the commandments. The first part of the Catholic Catacism tells us the most important thing for us to do is to know and love God. Mass is usually ended with the statment "Go in peace to love and serve God". Still most priests and theologians come up with some idea that God cannot be loved. What is going on here? Christian love, Steven Merten

194  Date: 1999-07-06 15:55:00
Abe Estrellas ( / wrote:

I have found a great treasure. I read the article, "What is God Like?", It spoke directly to me. I'm a baby Catholic, a returned Catholic,and I have this great passion to learn everything about our Church, and this web site will definitely help me do that. Love is very important in my life, and it seems that God wants me to understand it more and more, He keeps sending me to articles as the one you wrote. I have a web site on Love, and I would like to link up to your web site, so that my visitors can go to your web page and learn to seek God. God has blessed you greatly. And may He bless you more and more...Thank you for your web site! I'm very thankful.
Peacefully yours,

193  Date: 1999-06-29 05:55:00
Esmeralda ( / no homepage) wrote:

hi..i love this site and appreciated it..hope..u'll iclude more information about christianity..i enjoy to read it..May god bless u forever..and to the other members..please don't forget to pray for our comunity..claim our nation for god..

192  Date: 1999-06-29 03:03:00
Paul-David Almond ( / no homepage) wrote:

Praise God! I wqas taught Theosis as a Capuchin Franciscan years ago. While studying theology/philosophy as a postulant, I learned about this doctrine. I'm a married lay person now, but I've been trying to convey the concept of this Eastern Christian teaching for years about the "divinization of man", as I learned it. You've explained it as well as any I've heard. By the way, you might be interested to know that Angela of Foligno expressed this very doctrine beautifully in a poem contained in the Franciscan suppliment to the Office of Readings found in the Roman Brieviary. I've misplaced mine, or I'd cite it for you, I'm sure if you look her up in the Catholic Encyclopedia, you'll find a reference to it, and her. Again, God bless you for the work you're doing.
Peace and Good.
Paul-David Almond.

191  Date: 1999-06-17 17:53:00
Eva Maldonado ( / no homepage) wrote:

The Peace of the Lord.
Is nice to see another good job in the name of Jesus
through Mary.
God Bless You always.

190  Date: 1999-06-16 16:35:00
Julianne ( Wiley / no homepage) wrote:

Hi! I am Juli Loesch Wiley
Who are you? Lovely Website here: I intend to come back and look more thoroughly when I have the time. Do you know anything about Fr. David Anderson, formerly an OCA Orthodox priest --- and rather a famous and influential one--- who recently entered the Catholic Church? I have been looking for more info. about him---- for the sake of my Russian Orthodox husband, who is perplexed about why ANYONE would want to join the Catholics---- so if you have any info., please let me know. BTW I found your website while asking Jeeves about David Anderson! Hmm....

189  Date: 1999-06-16 07:32:00
Jim Cole ( / no homepage) wrote:

Wonderful site! I don't have to collect gems of Catholic thought from disparate sources any more, for so many are here. It is further a treat to find the thoughts expressed in such graceful prose. Your work on this site is very much appreciated.

188  Date: 1999-06-14 21:50:00
gaby ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

I found this home page to be really interesting. I'm one of those cradle-catholics and I must admit that my faith has decrease a lot in the last days. However, I sow a TV show where the guests were speaking about Mary, Mystic Rose, and they all said that this particular denomination of our Holy Mother had perform miracles such as healing, and also that the image had a living eye (one eye moves from time to time) as well as she would cover you with some sort of glow (like the one use to decoring cards) that not only had the power to heal but was also edible. And the most amazing thing happen as the show went on: the host, as well as her production team, wich wasn't on the set, were covered by this glow. Do you happen to know anything about this? If so, I really would like to receive any information you can provide. I'll e-mail you as soon as possible. Thank you. (Forgive any mistakes you may find, but I'm not very good at English).

187  Date: 1999-06-10 07:25:00
Lynn Ayers ( / I_don't have one) wrote:

I am afraid that my past life will keep me from being accepted in the Catholic church. I need someone to talk to about this. PLEASE, HELP ME TO KNOW WHAT I NEED TO DO. I CAN'T SAY HOW MUCH THIS MEANS TO ME. I will do what ever is asked of me to get back in the good graces of God and turn my life over to him as I should have long ago. CAN YOU HELP ME PLEASE?

186  Date: 1999-06-06 06:01:00
Caroline ( SCHERM@TOTCON.COM / wrote:

Hi, I am enjoying reading all the great articles. Are you the same "mystical Rose" who had the great homeschool site a while ago? If you are, I really miss it -- but this is so worthwhile. Thanks for all the great reading!

185  Date: 1999-05-13 16:25:00
John Alberg ( / no homepage) wrote:

Thankyou for a very imformative website. I have (and will continue to) learned alot. God bless you.

184  Date: 1999-05-12 18:49:00
bergeson ( jnbergeson@_aol .com / no homepage) wrote:

copied info for a friend who is thinking about becomeing catholic. need info onmary being born virgin. stoper for him.he says jewish faith says mary is a sinner.i think he has the holy mother mixed up with mary magdoline. he doesnot have a church. has faith.

183  Date: 1999-05-11 21:39:00
Joseph Liau Wei Shin ( / no homepage) wrote:

Hi, my dear friend in Christ. Your homepage attracts me because of Rosa Mystica. I love Mother Mary, Mystica Rose & therefore I wish to see something about it in Internet. Thank God that I have found out in your homepage. Rosa Mystica will bless you, my friend. She definitely will bless you. God loves you.

182  Date: 1999-05-11 08:04:00
Suzanne ( / wrote:

Hi: keep up the good work! I would like you to
check out my new homepage: it has a file library,
email lists, a chat and message boards.

181  Date: 1999-05-09 22:19:00
Diane Arcuri ( / no homepage) wrote:

This is a fantastic site. I'm sending it to some Christians who look at Catholics as witch doctors who will burn in the fires of Hell! thanks - this information is a blessing to Catholics and Christians alike.

180  Date: 1999-05-04 23:38:00
Sandi Blood ( / no homepage) wrote:

I throughly enjoyed your web page. I was wondering if you maybe knew other web pages to help with the understanding of the Catholic faith. I am a new Catholic and I do not know much about the beliefs and practices (mainly the practices) of the Catholic religion.

179  Date: 1999-04-21 14:50:00
Kathy ( / wrote:

Beautiful site. Your love for the Church is obvious!

178  Date: 1999-04-21 04:38:00
frank walder ( / no homepage) wrote:

i was following a path from bishop fulton sheen and i got here...i have bookmarked it for later.......
thanks from milton delaware

177  Date: 1999-04-20 17:08:00
Marcus Urbanski ( / wrote:

Very nice homepage, well done! I like when you explaine everything. Interesting about eastern rite. Me myself prefer the Tridentine rite.(pre-vatican II latin rite) Please visit my homepage. God bless, Marcus.

176  Date: 1999-03-28 17:01:00
Robert Morrissette ( / no homepage) wrote:

Love Jesus Christ our Savior

175  Date: 1999-03-23 06:54:00
Joe ( / no homepage) wrote:

Keep up the good work. May God Bless you abundantly.

174  Date: 1999-03-03 00:42:00
Fabrizio ( no email / wrote:

Very good!

173  Date: 1999-02-27 01:43:00
Mary ( no email / wrote:


172  Date: 1999-02-21 18:59:00
SK Alfred J Vann,PGK,PFN ( / no homepage) wrote:

Your efforts to bring information concerning Catholosism are terrific. Keep up the good work and may God continue to bless you.

171  Date: 1999-02-16 04:29:00
JOSEPH D SIMICH ( / no homepage) wrote:

just found it

170  Date: 1999-02-15 04:44:00
Barbara ( / no homepage) wrote:

I thoroughly enjoyed your Statement of Faith. I had never prayed the Athanasian Creed. What a powerful prayer. I believe! I believe! I believe!
I'll look forward to browsing your site again soon.
God bless you, Barbara

169  Date: 1999-02-12 06:54:00
Rafael Brom ( / wrote:

You are welcome to add our Catholic links to your Links Section:



Thank you and God Bless you!

Sincerely yours,

Rafael Brom

168  Date: 1999-02-02 16:16:00
LAURIE ENGLADE ( / no homepage) wrote:

This is a very informative site.

167  Date: 1999-01-26 00:09:00
Lynn ( / wrote:

This site is so rich in beauty that soothes all the senses. I'm glad I found it. Thank you!

166  Date: 1999-01-22 07:36:00
Tracey Griffith ( / wrote:

Good site good info and God Bless and keep you

165  Date: 1999-01-21 20:53:00
Brandie ( no email / wrote:

Great page with a lot of information.. keep it up!

164  Date: 1999-01-21 02:26:00
Fr. Bill Leaming, SJD, ThD ( / wrote:

I just want to compliment you for your lovely pages. I'm going to bookmark your site so that I can include a link on my website.

May God richly bless you and your husband!

163  Date: 1999-01-18 05:34:00
Mark-Anthony ( / no homepage) wrote:

Thank you for your site. As a Catholic it is very comforting to be able to go somewhere and feel at home ; protected from the all too numerous voices which seem to shout out against our Church ,our home.
I would also like to ask a favour of you. I have a family member who , in my mind . is rather blindly being drawn to the Mormon Church. This organisation is highly anti Catholic and I do not know the words to warn her to stay away and not be drawn in. Do you have any words for me ? Your prayers would be appreciated too.
Thank you !

162  Date: 1999-01-16 03:33:00
William J. Quinn ( / no homepage) wrote:

What a pleasure it is to read someone speaking of the joy of Catholicism! For to love the Church is to love Christ. Viva Cristo Rey! Keep up the good work. Cheers.

161  Date: 1999-01-15 02:11:00
Mary ( / no homepage) wrote:

What a lovely, well written site! I am a "revert" who was baptized as an infant, but whose family fell away before I took First Communion. Your site is a real treasure. Thank you and God Bless.

160  Date: 1999-01-12 23:40:00
Daniel J. ( / wrote:

Hello Rose,
Thankyou for your website. I had found something on it right when I had needed that "something"; only because you had put what might be deemed "sensitive material" on line. So anyhow, thanks.

I wonder if you or any of your friends could do me a favor. I have some stuff on my site never before thought of and I wonder how it would be accepted or viewed by other people. Could you maybe take a few min.'s to print it out and maybe e-mail a few words of commentary, criticism, complaint or whatever.

Sincerely, Dan

159  Date: 1999-01-11 02:23:00
Maureen Harold ( / wrote:

Very nice! Informative, orthodox, and well-researched, from what I read. I have (with my husband) the business listed above. We make the type of items that your readers would be interested in. As we're trying to start this business going in a fashion that will actually support us (and get him out of truckdriving), would you mind making us part of your "circle of friends" so to speak? Whether that means adding us as a link, giving instrucs on hooking up to a webring, or even referring someone to us who does handmade Catholic crafts who would like to be aded to our inventory, we would REALLY appreciate it. We've been 'on' the internet for 1 mo. approx., owned a computer for 2 mos.,8 days, and 6 1/2 hours :-) and need this to start "picking up" a little bit more. Any suggestions will be appreciated, also. I realize you may not have the time, but if you do...
Thank you so much for whatever you can do. God bless you, grant you abundant success with your site, and keep you in the palm of His hand this 1999.

158  Date: 1999-01-09 00:41:00
loretta dober ( / no homepage) wrote:

I like what I see even for this very short visit.

We are blessed to be Catholic and must spread the Gospel to all.

God Bless You!

157  Date: 1999-01-07 02:57:00
william ( / no homepage) wrote:

i am very fortunate to have found your web page i am catholic and must keep to my faith, sometimes i slide down the latter but i always try to climb back up. life is hard but i found out that with GOD i can do all things through JESUS CHRIST, who gives me the strength....

156  Date: 1999-01-05 22:03:00
Your Brother David ( You_know it already / no homepage) wrote:

I wanted to let you know that I checked out your website. It's really good. I knew that you were an enthusiastic theologist, but had no idea you could design such an interesting website. Keep up the good work.

155  Date: 1999-01-03 00:45:00
Doug Shaw ( / no homepage) wrote:

Hi Rose-
I am a cradle catholic who fell away and returned very slowly. I have just this year discovered the breathtaking beauty, mystery, and fulfillment of the Catholic Faith I so long took for granted. This epiphany came as a result, or should I say Grace from, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrement.
Doug Shaw, Laramie, Wyoming

154  Date: 1998-12-29 22:28:00
Norma D. ( ntdiazgo@mail.coqui.netThan / no homepage) wrote:

Thank you for the warmness in your site. It feels very catholic.

153  Date: 1998-12-26 19:44:00
John Coffey SFO ( John.Coffey6@GTE>Net / no homepage) wrote:

Dear Rose,
Thanks for the Web page! You should get a theology degree. You are already more knowledgable in theology then most. I am studying for the priesthood for the archdiocese of Cincinnati. I have bookmarked your sight because it is one of my favorites. Peace and all good! John Coffey

152  Date: 1998-12-20 19:37:00
jiannette ( / wrote:

Just stopping by to wish you and yours a Blessed Christmas!

151  Date: 1998-12-12 16:40:00
ShirleyZ ( / wrote:

WOW--what beautiful, wonderful and inspiring pages.
I have definitely bookmarked your pages for future
reading. I love the Catholic faith as you will see
on my pages, especially since I was welcomed back
home (see my testimony page). God is everywhere and
it is so wonderful to see sites like yours on the internet showing your love of God. God bless you and your family and have a Holy and Merry Christmas.

150  Date: 1998-12-12 07:09:00
Steven Halfpap ( / no homepage) wrote:

Hi Rose. This has got to be the best Catholic website on the web. I am recommending it to everyone I know. Your doing a wonderful job. I also want to wish you many blessings on you and your new baby. And say Hi to Scottie for me. God Bless You!

149  Date: 1998-12-07 18:23:00
Frank ( / wrote:

Very, very interesting.

148  Date: 1998-11-29 03:33:00
F Polera ( / no homepage) wrote:

Thank-you. Your page was just what I needed at a very dark
time in my life. I am curious to know what your
sources are for the Eastern Rites. Thinking about using the topic as a starting point for a research paper.

147  Date: 1998-11-26 07:20:00
Jessa ( / wrote:

Beautiful site!!! It is nice to see that there is someone out there with the ambition to do something like this for "lost sheep". I too, a cradel catholic, have found my way in the past couple of years and it is inspiring to know that there are people like you reaching out. May God Bless you and thankyou for sharing your heart.

146  Date: 1998-11-22 18:21:00
stephen dunn ( / no homepage) wrote:

What a lovly page. Thank you for letting me in. I've saved it to sho others, and will be sending the location to some other friends. I'm gladto see others who beleave in the power of the BLESSED VIRGIN. I'll keep o returning to see what else is new with you.

145  Date: 1998-11-20 03:51:00
peg olkonen ( / no homepage) wrote:


144  Date: 1998-11-14 04:55:00
Amy ( / wrote:

Very nice page highlighting an important aspect of Catholic spirituality.

143  Date: 1998-11-08 18:36:00
Karol Jozef Gajewski ( / no homepage) wrote:

Marvellous! As a new member of the Crusade of Mary Immaculate (founded as you know by Maximilian Kolbe) I hit upon your site by a somewhat roundabout route.
Please pray for me.

142  Date: 1998-11-01 02:11:00
Felisa Hilbano ( / wrote:

You have a wonderful web site here dedicated to the Blessed Virgin. I'd like to invite you to visit our web site, The Rosa Mystica Family Prayer Group. Unless you have any objections, I would like to link you page to ours so that our families may share in the richness of history and information on the Blessed Mother, Mystical Rose found on the World Wide Web.

Congratulations on a such a rich and beautiful web site. God bless you.

141  Date: 1998-10-26 22:15:00
kimberly ( / wrote:

I am trying to research the church's history and church doctrine and would really appreciate some help. I am interested in traditions(ie. fasting, holy day observances),too. Any information you may have for me will be greatly appreciated.

140  Date: 1998-10-26 05:56:00
William ( / no homepage) wrote:

Your site gives me a lot to think about. Thank you

139  Date: 1998-10-26 04:41:00
joan serrenho ( / no homepage) wrote:

we have a prayer cenacle at our church and it is the mystical rose

138  Date: 1998-10-25 21:36:00
bk ( / no homepage) wrote:

I'm glad I stumbled across this page from a Yahoo search. You have created a treasure trove of info for us Catholics and I thank you for it.

God Bless!

137  Date: 1998-10-24 14:29:00
Kathy ( / wrote:

Very well organized and informative site that I must spend more time on! Load time is quick :) and easy to read! Not only do I wish to add your site to my links on heavens gate; but also on the "Site of the Month" also: where are you taking these instructions or are they corraspondance? Im sure there may be others that would like to know including myself. Thanks and God Bless!

136  Date: 1998-10-21 05:49:00
mike & joyce antonio ( / no homepage) wrote:

We are totally impressed with your web page!! Your response to the bigot "Unknown" was absolutely brilliant! We live in Alabama where we Catholics are a very small minority so we are all too familiar with "Unknown's" mentality--or lack thereof. Thank you so very much for what you are doing!! We will definately be back for more joyful visits with you, and we will recommend you to the people in our Renew group, our parish, and other friends. We will keep you and your husband in our prayers, and we wish you every success in your studies. Thank you again and God bless you!!

135  Date: 1998-10-18 07:39:00
Mrs. Mary Jo Stopher ( / no homepage) wrote:

I am searching the web for a Catholic publishing company so that I might submit a manuscript. Your site looks interesting and I'm certain I will return when I have more time.

134  Date: 1998-10-11 17:26:00
PAULA ( / no homepage) wrote:

wonderful web site, enjoyed the reading so much.

133  Date: 1998-10-09 13:22:00
Eisl Lucot III ( / http://none) wrote:

Thanks for your site, it is an inspiration. God bless

132  Date: 1998-09-29 02:33:00
Tony Dickson ( / no homepage) wrote:

When there is little to be said, say very little.
Hail Mary full of grace, the Lord is with you. Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.
Holy Mary Mother of God pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death. Amen

131  Date: 1998-09-20 00:46:00
Melody Warren ( / wrote:

Enjoyed mt visit here and plan to return again. May the Lord bless you abundantly. I am a new member of the Angels of the Web and am visiting all my fellow angels sites this weekend. Please visit my site and sign the guestbook.

My Father's House

YESHUA MESSIAH ... Jesus, the Anointed   

130  Date: 1998-09-15 03:55:00
lawrence ho ( / wrote:

Great to discover another wonderful site featuring Mary and the splendours of the Catholic Church. We have each a duty to "witness" the faith which is so well preserved by Mother Church. Do visit our site.

In mutual prayers always

129  Date: 1998-09-15 00:04:00
BILL AND CAROL/ OH. USA. ( / no homepage) wrote:

prayer intention: for god's peace....

128  Date: 1998-09-13 18:22:00
Fr. Michele Maria (Italy) ( / wrote:

Thank you. Jesus Christ bless you. Mary bless you.

127  Date: 1998-09-12 08:40:00
Miguel Rivera ( / no homepage) wrote:

I loved your page. It really helped me understand alot of things I was ignorant about. I had been reading the bible before getting online. I was looking you can say for the answer to some questions and I can say I've found them. Thank you so much. Good bye and God bless.

126  Date: 1998-08-28 22:20:00
Ilona ( no email / wrote:

First of all, I'm not Catholic; that said -I wish to congratulate you on the many good things within your site. Any true Christian can benefit from any other's insights, and there is much in your site to benefit from.

125  Date: 1998-08-27 07:01:00
Joe ( / no homepage) wrote:

Wow! I just read your beautiful "Can the Virgin Mary Influence us." I can't believe the wealth of information in those pages!!! That reply needs to be published far and wide. Thank you for enlightening me and all others who read that response. It is often difficult at best to explain to a non-Catholic our very Biblical beliefs in Mary. Your response makes it so clear. Again, thanks!

124  Date: 1998-08-07 04:24:00
Sarah ( / wrote:

Incredible job Mystic Rose! You have a magnificent assortment of information that is encouraging and educating. I myself am not Catholic, but I still greatly enjoyed your site. I never realized all of the rumors and myths about the Church that were out there and untrue. It is rather deceiving to think that people would say such things and make others believe something so untrue. Keep up the great work!

123  Date: 1998-08-05 01:30:00
Dan ( / no homepage) wrote:

Ephesians 5: 32 contains a "great mystery'", a "great unrevieled truth" a "magnum sacramentum", and is truly Eucharistic, thankyou M. Rose. After discovering this particular passage a few weeks ago I did a search on it and found nothing but protestant commentary fluff.(No insult intended to the protestest's but Ephes 5:32 is a great meditation!) and your "The Bridegroom and the Bride" touches upon the real essence. Thanks,

Sincerely, Dan

122  Date: 1998-08-01 18:51:00
Harriet ( / wrote:

I loved your site. I wish I could find more like this. Very refreshing...very interesting.

121  Date: 1998-07-31 06:57:00
Patrick Dorn ( / no homepage) wrote:

Found your site to be very interesting. I was raised Catholic. After a divorce, I went back to church a few times, but joined another church with fmy new wife, who was also raised Catholic. I still feel very Catholic, but my wife is much more comfortable in our new church.My background includes several Jesuit priests in out family and all of us attended Catholic schools. Even though we worship the same God, I feel like I've betrayed my faith...Does it matter if we attend another church?

120  Date: 1998-07-28 05:33:00
richard bruce ( / wrote:

Looks like a great site. I have just started my
own page at Geocities. I can only work an hour a
day so it is slow getting started. I was warned
today that there can be difficulties with guest
books, but you have one. Have you had difficulties?
Main question, the central idea of my site at this
point is a discussion of how to get good Catholic
books into public libraries. Does some one else
have a site that does that. I would love to have
your site connected to mine once it progresses a
bit more. I almost hate to have people try it
before it develops.

119  Date: 1998-07-27 04:54:00
Earlene Davis ( / no homepage) wrote:

This site is lovely. I printed alot of your material. I will be back and I will tell my friends about your site. May God richly bless you!

118  Date: 1998-07-25 11:00:00
Felecia Constance Rowe ( / wrote:

Beautiful Web site! As a fellow Catholic, I love it!!!


Executive Director
The Institute for Advanced Mind Research

117  Date: 1998-07-24 05:30:00
Linda Santangelo ( / no homepage) wrote:

I know that Mary looks out for us, her children. Before I had my second child, I had promised Mary that if I had a girl, I would name her in her honor. Well, I have a beautiful 8 year old daughter, Mary Elizabeth. She recently made her first Holy Communion and did the reading. I believe she had a ministry. A close friend of mine told me that she has never met a more spiritual child. I told her "she's consecrated." I'm going to enjoy this site.

116  Date: 1998-07-22 07:43:00
Ed Purtscher ( / no homepage) wrote:

I was exploring Tripod's web pages when I ran across you web page of Why Catholic's have a Closed Communion. I think I need to actually read it. In the initial glance, it seems to be a gibe at the Church. But after looking at your home page, I am pretty sure it is not such.

Have A Great Day

115  Date: 1998-07-21 15:58:00
Susan ( / no homepage) wrote:

A very beautifully written and informative homepage. God bless you on your ministry of teaching the Truths of our faith.

114  Date: 1998-07-19 07:47:00
Clarke Waine ( / wrote:

Your website is unique and beautiful. Definitely worth the download time. I'm sure I'll visit your site again. Thanks. Keep the faith!

editor, Radio Free Topeka

113  Date: 1998-07-15 22:13:00
Marilyn Donnelly ( / no homepage) wrote:

I e-mailed you from my home on 7/13 about your website, which I think is God working in my life. However, if you ever wish to e-mail me personally, which is probably wishful thinking(!), this is my work e-mail address. My home e-mail is open to my whole family. I am learning more about my Catholic roots through your research than through my catechism years. Bless you, Rosemarie, and keep up the wonderful work!!

112  Date: 1998-07-14 12:56:00
TERRY FOX ( / no homepage) wrote:

A very interesting Catholic Site. Some good links.

111  Date: 1998-07-11 06:10:00
Louise Vrabec ( / no homepage) wrote:

Where can I find the traditional catholic wedding vows spoken during a catholic wedding mass?

110  Date: 1998-06-30 01:23:00
Christine ( / no homepage) wrote:

Your page is beautiful! Thank you for your time and effort in creating such a welcoming place for learning more about the Church. God Bless you.

109  Date: 1998-06-26 16:10:00
John Coffey, SFO ( / no homepage) wrote:

I've bookmarked your page because your cause is Jesus Christ and His Church. You do not depart from the Church's teaching. You have great information and are well informed about our theology. Keep up the good work!
Pax et Bonum
John Coffey

108  Date: 1998-06-23 15:16:00
Patti Bagadion ( / wrote:

I really like your site! I've bookmarked it and I'll definately be back.

107  Date: 1998-06-23 07:55:00
Susan Fields ( / no homepage) wrote:

enquiring soul. interesting site. thanks.

106  Date: 1998-06-22 17:29:00
Patti Bagadion ( / wrote:

I love your site! It's very informative - I learned a few things. I'll be back when I get home - I'm working at a "remote workstation" right now. Take care!

105  Date: 1998-06-14 07:07:00
Mrs. Jayne S. Teague ( / no homepage) wrote:

God bless you for all you are doing to futher His Kingdom!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
In and through J.M.J.,
Mrs. Jayne Teague

104  Date: 1998-06-14 06:28:00
A Verdin ( / no homepage) wrote:

You have a beautiful site!

103  Date: 1998-06-11 18:48:00
patricia laboube ( / wrote:

Wonderful! The moment I saw the word 'joy" on your homepage I knew I had to read on. God bless you for introducing Catholics to their wonderful heritage!

102  Date: 1998-06-10 22:22:00
Pat Veitch ( / no homepage) wrote:

Thank you for this wonderful informative website. I have a few relatives and friends that need some direction and understanding on Catholicism. God bless.

101  Date: 1998-06-06 06:33:00
Mary Ann Sieberg ( / no homepage) wrote:

Liked your site very much. Thank you and God bless you.

100  Date: 1998-06-03 17:08:00
greg walker ( / no homepage) wrote:

I've only had a few minutes to skim through your site, but it looks excellent. congratulations!
I need something like this to recommend to young Catholics who are "undernourished"

99  Date: 1998-05-31 20:53:00
Mike & Melody Beckler ( / wrote:

So many websites and so little time. This is great, all of your Catholic information.

98  Date: 1998-05-31 19:23:00
Joel Sember ( / wrote:

You have a great Catholic web site. I particularly like the links to pictures of Jesus. Keep up the good work.

97  Date: 1998-05-31 18:15:00
Betty Scott ( / no homepage) wrote:

I enjoy reading the information. Especially about the Star of the Sea, seeing that I once went to Our Lady Star of the Sea in St. Marys, Ga; and I did not know where the term came from. May the Peace of the Lord be with you Always. Keep up the good work.

96  Date: 1998-05-24 04:08:00
Darryl E. Blatzer ( / no homepage) wrote:

My wife and I bought a Mystical Rose statue about 6 months ago. In that time, we have noticed on several occasions that there was an heavy sent of roses comming from her and on one occasion, oil was comming out of the red rose along with a heavy sent of roses. We feel very blessed for this to happen to us. I wonder how many people this happens to and we don't know about. Thank You.

95  Date: 1998-05-17 02:40:00
David Guzman ( / no homepage) wrote:

Beauty. Heady. Illuminating. Graceful. Tektonic. Thanks!

94  Date: 1998-05-10 16:11:00
Fr. Steve Tyminski ( / no homepage) wrote:

Blessed is the Theotokas (Birth Giver of God).

93  Date: 1998-05-09 07:16:00
Fran Dubois ( / no homepage) wrote:

I've come across your site while following the Path of Love Webring, and I must comment on how wonderful I think your site is. I have bookmarked it, as it will take more than one visit to absorb all the information you have offered here. Thank you so much, and keep up the fantastic work!

92  Date: 1998-05-09 07:04:00
Greg Fedak ( / no homepage) wrote:

A beautiful and inspiring site. I am discerning a call to the priesthood and this is a great help for prayer life and theology.
Thank you!!
In the love and peace of Christ our Lord,

PS Dei Gratia

91  Date: 1998-05-06 15:04:00
Tracy ( / wrote:

I LOVE your site! There is so much information, it will take a lot of time to explore everything. But I have it bookmarked and will be back often! Tracy

90  Date: 1998-05-03 11:07:00
Robert F. Corgan ( / wrote:

Dear Mystic Rose-I came upon your page by accident-the Lord was probably my guide! Idid
what is called "retirement" in1994, but it should be called "college II." In 1 yr. of college and 6months of seminary I became "thirsty." Your pages help with that thirst. May you become as a daughter of Mary. Bob C

89  Date: 1998-05-01 22:14:00
Barbara Smyth ( / no homepage) wrote:

I would love to know about some excellent books to read on Mary and learn more about, Mary the Mystical Rose.

Thank you.

88  Date: 1998-05-01 17:24:00
Ethel Mary Celine Rathual ( / no homepage) wrote:

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Today being May the first, I went for Block Rosary. I fetched Mamma Mary back to our home because tomorrow , the Rosary will be recited at my place.
It is a great honour to receive her at our home. She has indeed bless us.
I felt the word Mystical Rose. I asked my friends and I couldn't get the right answer, but as though this beautiful lady of Charity has given me the answer through this beautiful web site.
I do really thank GOD.
Thank you and May GOD Bless You Abundantly.

Love, Celine.

87  Date: 1998-04-29 23:45:00
Patricia pomilia ( / no homepage) wrote:

A beautiful and imformative site.

86  Date: 1998-04-24 18:47:00
Maggie Mitchell ( / no homepage) wrote:

Hello, I found your site because for a journalism class I am trying to do an artical on ritual in the Catholic church. I have always loved our ritual, but to be honest, if someone were to ask me why we do what we do, I couldn't tell them. This is why I picked the topic I guess. Do you have any suggestions of places I can look for information. I want to show that maybe because we don't understand our ritual, we start to loose our strength of faith.

Let me know if you have any ideas!

85  Date: 1998-04-23 11:21:00
P.G.Chung ( / wrote:

Congratulations to the webmaster of this homepage! Great ideas are compiled! Very informative!

84  Date: 1998-04-22 06:03:00
elisabeth ( / no homepage) wrote:

i am a new catholic. it seems to me that cradle catholics, such as my husband, do not know as much about their faith as new catholics do. are they just not interested to learn more than what they have been taught from school? also, i am so curious to know why so many people turn away from the Church as i am quite proud to belong to such strong tradition. i am spiritually touched each time i attend mass, usually more than once a week.

83  Date: 1998-04-18 02:50:00
dhyan sandesh ( / wrote:

i came to this site initially because i was curious about the term 'Mystic Rose'. it is spiritually alluring. i am pleasantly surprised. such inspiring information available on this site. thank you.

82  Date: 1998-04-18 02:23:00
Kathy Alden ( / no homepage) wrote:

I'd love to get any interesting e-mails about the "end times" or the "chastisements" or any Marian or Jesus message updates! This whole page looks great so far! Saw Bishop Sheens name right away and that gave you the THUMBS UP from me!!


81  Date: 1998-04-17 21:17:00
christine king ( / no homepage) wrote:

I am a cradel catholic and am continually looking for information to grow in my faith and to present to my children.

80  Date: 1998-04-16 05:53:00
Marjorie Garrett ( / no homepage) wrote:

This is an interesting page. I converted to Catholicism several years ago, but have been Catholic in my heart for many more years. I have felt that sometimes I see a different Catholicism, a more mystical one, than those around me.

79  Date: 1998-04-15 12:52:00
Rev. Ken Rhoades ( / wrote:

Thank you, may the Lord God almighty continue to
guide you and reward you with grace and love. +
Most Holy LORD we do worship you, may your Sacred
Heart burn in our chest till all our flesh is turned
full to you.

78  Date: 1998-04-15 08:55:00
linda mccloud bondoc ( / wrote:

Just read your article on grace and as a newcomer to the net it was great to see a homepage like yours. I am currently in the RCIA because about six months ago I heard a call that I couldn't resist. Now that I've said 'yes', WOW! It's like I've been hit by a roller coaster. (in the best way possible). I'd love to hear more about Eastern Catholic rites. I'm hungy to learn everything I can about a faith that's already brought me a great deal of joy. linda

77  Date: 1998-04-11 22:00:00
Rev Dr Michael Gabby ( / wrote:

The Mystic Rose symbol is very close to Martin Luther's Seal. As a former RC priest and now married Lutheran Pastor, I found your site interesting. Thanks -

Pax et Bonum Mike Gabby

76  Date: 1998-04-11 15:27:00
Michael A. M. Meyer ( / http://Not-yet) wrote:

I like your style and view's about todays world and Catholisism. It's refreshing. Sometimes people look to hard at the surface of water and forget that there is more to water then whats on top.

75  Date: 1998-04-10 17:07:00
ellis ( / wrote:

love your site try mine at and sign
my guestbook.
God bless

74  Date: 1998-04-10 03:45:00
bobby b. ( / no homepage) wrote:

May Almighty God bless you inthe name of The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit on this most Holy and Glorious of week ends. HE IS RISEN!!!

73  Date: 1998-04-09 18:50:00
Michael Lilly ( / wrote:

Browsing through the Religious Round Table: Christian links I came across your page. I have also seen it in the Athens Atrium, but this was the first time I entered your site. Needless to say I was unprepared for the full reality of what I found. It is a beautiful site, deovtionally, theologically and aesthetically. It makes my poor offering to Our Lady of Walsingham pale by comparison. However, I cannot be jealous, precisely because your page and mission so completely overwhelms mine. As an Anglo-Catholic seeking to appropriate the the Tradition of Marian devotion in the Church, I am very impressed at the bredth and depth of your presentation, not only on Mary, but on the whole Catholic Tradition. God bless you for your work and witness, and may He richly with the grace of union with HIm, and may Our Blessed Lady smile on you..

72  Date: 1998-04-08 06:41:00
Dominic Luk ( / no homepage) wrote:

Everything is beautiful. I loved it all.

71  Date: 1998-04-01 18:30:00
Rose Czapla ( rose_czapla / no homepage) wrote:

I just wanted to let you know this has been very
interesting reading. As a lasped Catholic I am trying to find my way back. Thank you, Rose

70  Date: 1998-03-31 10:18:00
Brenda Low ( / wrote:

Lovely pages, will visit again, God bless !

69  Date: 1998-03-30 00:53:00
Jim ( / wrote:

Wonderful page! Ill keep coming back! God Bless!

68  Date: 1998-03-27 15:49:00
Marysue Heiser ( / no homepage) wrote:

I Emailed you. I am only a beginner at this. I hope I hear from you and you can give me some assistance. If not, thanks anyway!

67  Date: 1998-03-25 06:36:00
Skip Duffie ( / wrote:

Great pages as long time catholic I am finding such diversity in our church that I did not know existed
all kinds of things your page , charismatic renewal, cursillio. the list goes on keep up the great work.
Love does not come in the shape of a heart
It comes in the shape of the Cross
""miracles-touched by God

66  Date: 1998-03-25 01:08:00
Paul Barritt-Flatt ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

I am very happy to find your site and very much appreciate the information you offer. I believe that love of Mary is for all nations, all women, all men.

May Mary fill our lives with her presence.

65  Date: 1998-03-24 12:26:00
mungky kusuma ( / no homepage) wrote:

Very exciting homepage. as I am seeking more about Catholicism and I do really need this for evangelizing my colleagues. Thank you.

64  Date: 1998-03-22 20:17:00
arthur fredericks ( / no homepage) wrote:

peace be with you

63  Date: 1998-03-20 08:33:00
Renée ( no email / wrote:

Thank you for such a beautiful and informative web site. I have enjoyed my visit very much.

62  Date: 1998-03-14 22:42:00
Barbara Johnson ( / wrote:


61  Date: 1998-03-11 04:41:00
tempe pate ( / no homepage) wrote:

i have been catholic since birth. however my family members are converts my parents used to be the international coordinators of retrouvialle. my best friend and wished for husbeand works at the pines catholic camp in big sandy. this web page is great i also believe that catholicicsm is mystical and beautiful my faith has given me so much

60  Date: 1998-03-08 05:28:00
Shirleymae Pajkos ( / no homepage) wrote:

Interesting. When I have more time hope to read more. I have great devotion to Our Lady. Especially under the title of Our Lady of Guadulape.

59  Date: 1998-03-08 04:36:00
eileen colby ( / wrote:

I played your music today. Thanks so much, you made my day. I hope you add more, maybe some Latin hymns. That would be so nice, I'm quite sure there are other people who would enjoy the old Latin hymns too.

God Bless


58  Date: 1998-03-04 04:01:00
Toni ( / wrote:

I followed the Mother Teresa Path of Love links to this page. Wow, what a great website you've created here! Just fantastic...very informative and laid out so professionally. I will bookmark it and return often. Thank you!

57  Date: 1998-02-28 04:54:00
Steven Beatty ( / wrote:

Thank you! You have done a beautiful thing. I was excited to find this page, and immediately linked it!

56  Date: 1998-02-23 20:43:00
Susan M. Koss ( / http://Rose) wrote:

I think that Jesus Christ is a Rose in every person's heart. Each petal unfolds as we blossom into His call to perfection and maturity. Petals of Kindness, Compassion, Understanding, Love, Tolerance, Patience, etc.

I need a prayer partner, and someone to share with spiritually. I just moved to Flint, and miss my old prayer partners and groups.

55  Date: 1998-02-23 09:12:00
John Kovacs ( / wrote:

I was just passing through when your brief article about "soulless" women caught my eye. How interesting! I had no idea such a rumor even existed, but your refutation of it was lucid, eloquent, and well-reasoned. Thanks for contributing to the spread of TRUTH, especially on the Internet. Persevere in your work, for it is good.

54  Date: 1998-02-19 09:37:00
Allen J. Troupe ( / no homepage) wrote:

I have finally gotten arround to checking your site out after hearing from you all these months on Cinchar.

53  Date: 1998-02-17 17:59:00
Gerald ( / wrote:

Hi Rosemarie,
I just stumbled across your pages and enjoyed them so far. I have to come back with more time.
Let me actually say this: I'm not catholic yet but it's the Virgin Mary who is calling me more and more intensively into the Roman Catholic Church. One problem is that its younger tradition disguises much of that what you apparently try to find in the eastern tradition. Basically there is no difference! Look at Job to see what is said about theology.
God bless you.


52  Date: 1998-02-17 04:49:00
Asociacion María,Rosa Mística- ( / wrote:

We speak spanish,"To Jesus from Mary,Mystic Rose".

51  Date: 1998-02-12 18:09:00
Sonia ( / wrote:

I loved your home page. It's great, and I've bookmarked it for further reading. I can see you have taken a lot of time gathering information. I too, am a cradle Catholic, but until recently knew very little of the Mystical Rose. Thank you for enlightening me. :)

50  Date: 1998-02-12 04:11:00
Jen Leahy ( / no homepage) wrote:

What a lovely site (pardon the pun)! It is very
refreshing to read about Catholicism without hearing a "preachy" tone; even better that it's voice is female but not Nazi-Feminist.

I, myself, have recently become more involved in the Marian movement. My preference of her is either as Our Lady of Perpetual Help, or as Our Lady of Medjorge.

Thank you for publishing an insightful web-page. Best of luck.

49  Date: 1998-02-09 22:59:00
Jay Staley ( / no homepage) wrote:

Dear Rosemarie,
Thanks for the great webpage! May you and your husband be blessed with many children...

48  Date: 1998-02-08 18:03:00
Don ( / wrote:

In following the "Path of Love" webring links, I came upon your site. Wow...just fantastic! What a great source of information. Thank you !

47  Date: 1998-02-04 21:44:00
D. Marie Pierce ( / no homepage) wrote:

Sorry - I don't have a hompage. I am a Presbyterian, who has a Catholic godson. He will take his First Communion in May 1998. I am looking for some good resources, so I can understand this sacrament and the importance of the First Communions and the traditions that go with it as well as any appropriate gifts a godmother should give to a godson on such an occasion.

Thanks! D.

46  Date: 1998-02-04 14:25:00
Claudine Chionh ( / wrote:

Only had time to browse quickly, but I like the nature of your site. I'm an Anglo-Catholic and very interested in the neglected area of spirituality. Thank you and God bless.

45  Date: 1998-01-28 05:15:00
jiannette ( / wrote:

What a lovely site you have. I was particularly touched by your Mother Teresa tribute. Thank you!

44  Date: 1998-01-21 10:06:00
Rick John ( / no homepage) wrote:

Yours is a truly beautiful website. Thank you.

I had not heard the term, "Mystical Rose", since I left the Rosicrucians. (There are many offshoots and commercial imitations. The one I was involved with was a Catholic, mystical tradition which prayed the Rosary).

God bless you and your family.

Dedicated to the Glory of God.



43  Date: 1998-01-17 07:17:00
Mike Latiolais ( / wrote:

I really like your site. Lots of informative articles. Mind if I link to it from my page?

42  Date: 1998-01-12 18:29:00
Angelandpups ( / wrote:

Wonderful Catholic site!!! Thank you for representing the Catholic beliefs so thoroughly.
Keep up the good work.

41  Date: 1998-01-04 01:49:00
Denise Quintanilla ( / no homepage) wrote:

I am looking on information on conversion and confirmation to Catholicisim, but have not found anything helpful, do you have any suggestions? I would like to do some research before calling my local church.
Thank you,

40  Date: 1997-12-27 07:20:00
john ROSE jr ( / no homepage) wrote:

WOW!!!! blown away as a web surfer & as a catholic

39  Date: 1997-12-25 06:22:00
anonymous coward ( / no homepage) wrote:

Is it possible to be a menber of two rites
at the same time. Maybe this would help both
rites. Thank You for listen.

38  Date: 1997-12-21 09:03:00
Brad Schinstock ( / no homepage) wrote:

Your page performs a wonderful service for those Catholic people who are either ignorant about facets of their faith or (like me) simply needing to get my battery recharged occasionally by reading doctrinally-correct interestingly-written articles about fundamental issues facing people today. In today's world where so many people lack a sense of accountability for their actions, it is necessary to develop a sense not only of morality but of a better-equipped conscience to deal with dilemmas facing people every day.

37  Date: 1997-12-14 18:09:00
Eoin Ó Riain ( / wrote:

Hi Rosemarie
At long last I visit you.
Am very impressed at the amount of stuff you've got.

I'll be back!

Congratulations on the CyberShrine I've got one as well on
(I think there must be about four. I think there is one in Italy too.)

God bless you and your work on the InterNet.

Moderator CinChar List

36  Date: 1997-12-12 14:38:00
Gerard Serafin ( / wrote:

Your page gets better and better and remains a favorite of mine! Delighted you alreayd updated link to my site (I was just going to inform you of new address but see you already did it!). A blessed Advent and Christmas. Gerard Serafin

35  Date: 1997-11-24 04:44:00
Kathie ( no email / wrote:

Wonderful webpage! You're doing a fantastic job and your site is a great addition to the net.

34  Date: 1997-11-23 20:24:00
Martin ( / no homepage) wrote:

God bless you for your wonderful Web page! I am a convert to Catholicism and I am always seeking more information about my faith. I will revisit often. In the love of Jesus and Mary.

33  Date: 1997-11-22 02:29:00
Patricia ( / no homepage) wrote:

Thank you.

32  Date: 1997-11-20 02:59:00
Rosita ( / no homepage) wrote:

Love your page!!! I have not gone thru it all, but I did take the time to read your response to "belial" Oh how I wish I was a millionaire and I will have it published nationwide!!! I found your page thru may cp support group. I will come and visit later (see, I am at work right now!) Please keep up the good work!!! Blessings!!

31  Date: 1997-11-15 07:31:00
Brook ( / no homepage) wrote:

Just sent you an email - then saw your web address. I was Orthodox for three years and so can appreciate your interest in the Eastern Rite Church.

30  Date: 1997-10-31 04:43:00
Larry Wattier ( / no homepage) wrote:

Dear Friend of Jesus & Mary,
I came upon your WEB page and I love what you have done.
God bless you and keep up the good work. I plan to visit your site often. Thanks
In Christ,

29  Date: 1997-10-30 06:49:00
Jennifer Maloney ( / no homepage) wrote:

Hi, Rosemarie--

Pretty nifty page here! I jumped here from another page, and like much of what I see. (I've checked out that House of Breathings site, though, and thought it was a bit New Agey...sorry...) Looks like God has lots going on in your life! May He bless you and keep you in His peace--


28  Date: 1997-10-28 01:11:00
Joan Garner ( / no homepage) wrote:

(may have clicked wrong button and am in twice now!

I am a grad student in spirituality..thesis title:
"The Metaphor of the Rose in Modern Catholic Spirituality."

27  Date: 1997-10-26 02:27:00
Michael Olteanu ( / wrote:

A truly outstanding site...I created alink to it on the Christus Rex links page...

26  Date: 1997-10-25 00:14:00
jean ( / no homepage) wrote:

I was recommended to look at your site by a catholic friend - we were both members of a Tibetan Buddhist organisation which had the paradoxical effect of returning us both to Christianity - though not in my case to confirmation in any church, as it has for Paul.

I am looking forward to exploring more at leisure, andlike the sound of things so far....

blessings, jean

25  Date: 1997-10-19 08:22:00
Merrell J. Young ( / no homepage) wrote:

Peace and good will to you, Rosemarie. The Lord has blessed you with a wonderful mind, and you are using His gift wisely. Thank you for your love and time. Teach us more. To Him be the glory and praise, but to you we give thanks. God bless you. Brother Tony

24  Date: 1997-10-17 19:53:00
Fr. Ray Ball, TSSF ( / no homepage) wrote:

I have kept up with your page regularly for quite
some time now, and I have thoroughly enjoyed it. You
seem to have many of the same interests I have,
especially the Eastern Churches. I am an Episcopal
priest, by the way, and I really appreciated your
comments to Belial. God bless you for your work.

23  Date: 1997-10-13 03:55:00
Greg Matanjun ( / wrote:

Your pages are just great. Thanks for your links. Will keep in touch.

22  Date: 1997-10-11 17:06:00
Patty ( / wrote:

Rosemarie, I absolutely love your page! It's truly beautiful,
and an example of true humility, love and devotion.

May God Bless You Abundantly.
In Jesus' Love,

21  Date: 1997-09-28 01:08:00
jun ki ( sechskris@ / no homepage) wrote:

I want to learn more about the mysticals happened in a cathedral and may be I will come back.1

20  Date: 1997-09-26 22:25:00
Rosemary Przybysz ( / no homepage) wrote:

Nice site! God Bless Your work!
:) Rose <><

19  Date: 1997-09-25 21:38:00
Phillip Pessar ( / wrote:

I enjoyed your site very much and found it very informative.God Bless!

18  Date: 1997-09-05 06:41:00
Sharon ( sydni@concentric / no homepage) wrote:

I am glad to see such interest in the faith and the sharing of the richness that Our Lord brought to us . Thanks . God bless you.

17  Date: 1997-08-23 19:00:00
Bernadette V. Lim ( included / no homepage) wrote:

Just dropped in. Send comments later

16  Date: 1997-08-11 17:13:00
Erin Lommel ( / no homepage) wrote:

I am a wife and mother of 2 small children in my mid 30's Thank you for your source of information. I too am a cradle catholic, now learning many new things about my faith!

15  Date: 1997-08-11 08:33:00
Fr. Phil Bloom ( / wrote:

Dear Rosemarie,

Beautiful website! I will try to remember to place a link next time
I update mine. Also my prayers that you and your
husband will be blessed with children. Following Elisha's example (2 Kings 4), I have
prayed for couples and seen beautiful results :-)

God bless,

Fr. Phil Bloom

14  Date: 1997-08-10 15:32:00
Alan ( / wrote:

I have enjoyed looking at your web pages and links to other sites. I have linked your page to my home page, I hope that this is ok. Thanks Mystic Rose


13  Date: 1997-07-28 00:55:00
Bruce Olsen ( / no homepage) wrote:

thanks for info on theosis

12  Date: 1997-07-26 12:24:00
Alan ( / wrote:

Like your page, I am trying to develop mine but no idea really what to do. I noticed Taize was put as your first link. I like Taize chants, very simple. I am trying to put information on about Interfaith etc and other links. A slow process but I am learning. I shall certainly visit your page again

11  Date: 1997-07-23 20:12:00
dan mertz ( / no homepage) wrote:

I was searching the 'net for the gifts of God, grace being one of them an came to you. Grace is one of the greatest gifts, yet our churches seem to teach so little about it. I am Lutheran, and share many of the experience you write about in you bio. Thanks for this page. Peace and grace be with you...

10  Date: 1997-07-17 05:36:00
Louise ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

Hey this is such a great page. It is true that many Catholics do not know of their wonderful heritage - one that is filled with spirituality!! Keep up the great work!!!

9  Date: 1997-07-15 21:49:00
David Ciembronowicz ( / no homepage) wrote:

Thank you for providing such a service to all who visit the page. The need to know more about Mary as Mediatrix, Co-Redemptor and the new Ark of the Covenant is an urgent one. Celebrated the Rosa Mystica this past Sunday at Mt. St. Joseph's Home in Lake Zurich, IL and it was an inspiration as well as enlightening.
God Bless and Keep you in HIS care!

8  Date: 1997-07-13 15:59:00
Paul Carey ( / no homepage) wrote:

Discovered you after doing a Metacrawler search on Rev A Tanquerey. Kindest Regards. Paul - Society of St Jude, Perth Australia.

7  Date: 1997-06-19 03:50:00
A.G.A.P.E. ( / wrote:

Your page is a blessing from our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. You are in our prayers.

6  Date: 1997-05-08 20:43:00
Julie Velez ( / wrote:

Hello there, I am also a cradle catholic that finally learned
and continue to learn about our Faith. My husband converted to Catholicism
after we were married in the church 4 years ago.(we were married Mans-law 3 years prior)
I'm so happy to see that we have fellow catholics on the web!!!
If you ever have time, visit my Second Home and sit a spell for a cup of friendship.
I've joined a Catholic Webring recently which could be found in my Prolife room, although I don't
express the same convictions as some in the ring, its a good place to get to meet other catholics on the net
and for other catholics to come to your place of residence on the web.
Well come on over for a look....

Peace be with you

5  Date: 1997-05-07 06:07:00
Loretta Peterson ( / no homepage) wrote:

Keep up your wonderful work. It is so refreshing to be able to go on line and have the graces of God come upon you. Thank you and God Bless You

4  Date: 1997-04-25 01:53:00
sean c jones ( / no homepage) wrote:

thank you.

grace: i needed to get some input to answer or at least spur me on to gaining the root for which i proceeded onto my studies in the Bible

3  Date: 1997-04-17 20:56:00
Ronald Flores ( rflores104@aol.ccom / no homepage) wrote:

I like you homepage, especially about Scriture on Sexuality and I plan to come back and visit. Rosemaire, are you aware of the coming Warning and Miracle, that should come before the year 2,000??

2  Date: 1997-03-31 20:04:00
diana ( / no homepage) wrote:

educational bit!

1  Date: 1997-03-28 14:56:00
charles wm. logsdon ( / no homepage) wrote:

as a non-Catholic, I found these pages informative. The discussion of Grace has many parallels to Protestant belief.