A woman describes her journey back from sedevacantism, returning home to the Catholic Church.
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Graces Will Flow When Judgments Stop - The Coming Home Network

I’ve been “home” for a couple of years now. “Home?” One might ask? Were you gone? Well, yes, I was gone. I was gone from the Church. I left what …
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Caterina100 / mcallansteve
Yes, I would agree. I can't understand this 'all or nothing' approach. I would also disagree with the writer about the lack of charity found among traditional Catholics - I've found the exact opposite to be the case. (I can't speak for sedevacantists - I've never been one and I've never known one). I haven't been to my local Novus Ordo parish for many years. Thinking …More
Caterina100 / mcallansteve
Yes, I would agree. I can't understand this 'all or nothing' approach. I would also disagree with the writer about the lack of charity found among traditional Catholics - I've found the exact opposite to be the case. (I can't speak for sedevacantists - I've never been one and I've never known one). I haven't been to my local Novus Ordo parish for many years. Thinking back, I found that a lot of the parishioners were not nice people - and also extremely irreverent in Church. I now attend a traditional parish (in full communion with the diocese and with Rome) and find the people there far more charitable, and far, far more reverent in Church. I think the author of this piece is an 'over-compensator'. It's a known phenomenon amongst ex-sedevacantists. They go from one extreme position to another.
mccallansteve
She abandoned the sedevacantist position, which is good but she embraced the Novus Ordo, which is horrible. I will never understand how anyone could ever prefer the abomination called the Novus Ordo over the traditional mass, which has God Almighty as its author.