Unholy Communion Lessons Learned from Life Among Pedophiles Predators and Priests

Author: Hank Estrada
Publisher: eBookIt.com
ISBN: 0974098868
Format: PDF
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Turning to the Catholic Church as a means of healing from childhood abuse, Hank Estrada looked for consolation and comfort but instead found cruel deception and ultimate religious betrayal at the hands of a very powerful religious machine, and in particular one manipulative, deviant priest. UnHoly Communion is a shocking and candid account of one man's personal battle with the darker side of the Catholic Church. Read the author's first hand accounts of how the Catholic Church continued to shamefully protect one of its sexual predators while he moved on from one victim to another. In this heart wrenching memoir, Estrada describes his road to hell and back as he lived through devastating sexual scandals and found the courage to persevere. This inspiring story of determination and resilience is for anyone who has struggled with any type of childhood abuse, adult exploitation, or the unspeakable sex crimes from once trusted clergy. Estrada connects with the reader and shows us how hope, peace and love can be found if you don't give up.

An Unholy Communion

Author: Donna Fletcher Crow
Publisher: Lion Fiction
ISBN: 1782640045
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When a black-robed body lands at Felicity's feet during Ascension services, she tries to leave the investigating to someone else, despite being haunted by the snake emblem clutched in the victim's hand.

Unholy Communion

Author: David Ruffino
ISBN: 9780984061143
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"Now for the first time, it is revealed through analytical duplication what for the past two decades a team known as the CE4 Research Group has discovered, using guidelines for redundancy similar to methods employed by scientists and investigators, to illustrate repeatability, and thus 'cause and effect.' Documenting more that 300 actual text cases, 'experiencers,' (as they are called in abduction communites) have witnessed their abuse permanently stopped due to this research. In esssence, they have been 'cured' of an unknown malady through what most in the public will find as shocking, disturbing or a confirmation of faith--the power of Jesus' name!"--P. [4] of cover.

Rooted and Grounded in Love

Author: Timothy Reinhold Eberhart
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1498209629
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God's invitation to join in the love feast of Holy Communion resounds at the very heart of the Christian faith and life. But how are Christians faithfully to gather together in relational bonds of love--in particular, through our daily bread and common cup--amidst a global market economy sustained by social and ecological violence? Drawing on the holiness-communitarian and agrarian-ecological traditions, Rooted and Grounded in Love provides a systematic theological affirmation of holiness as divine wholeness in examining our present industrial agro-economy while also promoting a practical vision for how Christians might participate in the emergence of a more ecologically sustaining, economically charitable, and politically just food system.

Ceremonial Chemistry

Author: Thomas Stephen Szasz
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
ISBN: 9780815607687
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In this polemical response to the controversy about drug use and drug criminalization, Thomas Szasz suggests that governments have overstepped their bounds in labelling and prohibiting certain drugs as dangerous substances and incarcerating addicts in order to cure them.