December 20, 2013

Catholic "angelologist" talks wings

You almost wonder if it's a joke. Sadly, it's not.
Angels exist but do not have wings and are more like shards of light, at least according to a top Catholic Church “angelologist” who says the heavenly beings are now back in vogue thanks to New Age religions.

“I think there is a re-discovery of angels in Christianity,” Father Renzo Lavatori told AFP on the sidelines of a conference on angels in a lavishly-frescoed Renaissance palace in Rome.
“You do not see angels so much as feel their presence,” said Lavatori, adding: “They are a bit like sunlight that refracts on you through a crystal vase.”
Ah, now it all makes sense to me. And it turns out this guy walks both sides of the street. He's versatile.
The widely-published Catholic clergyman is also a “demonologist” and says angels are more needed than ever because increasing secularisation and materialism in society have left an “open door” for the devil.

“There is a lot more interference from diabolical forces. That is why you see queues of people outside the exorcists’ offices in churches,” he said.
So that's the reason for those long lines. I often see long, winding lines outside the exorcist offices in my local area. I always wondered why. But now, thanks to Father Lavatory, I understand. Praise jeebus!

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