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Community of Christ the Redeemer, a Sword of the Spirit Covenant Community

Community of Christ the Redeemer, a Sword of the Spirit Covenant Community

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Published by John Flaherty
Enclosed are documents and emails reguarding the current and past functioning of the Community of Christ the Redeemer in West St Paul, MN as well as it's influence of the National Evangelization Team (NET) and its failure to identify and explain it's core beliefs as an SOS community to the Catholics it recruits.
Enclosed are documents and emails reguarding the current and past functioning of the Community of Christ the Redeemer in West St Paul, MN as well as it's influence of the National Evangelization Team (NET) and its failure to identify and explain it's core beliefs as an SOS community to the Catholics it recruits.

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Published by: John Flaherty on Jun 08, 2012
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The Pastoral Visitation To TheCommunity of Christ theRedeemer
  A
Self Governing Member
of the Sword of the Spirit 
 
 Above is a copy of the web portal from June 2011 where theCommunity of Christ the Redeemer proclaims itself a
“  
Catholic Lay  Association of Christian Faithful,
” 
but does not mention anywhereon their website that they are a
“  
self governing member community of the Sword of the Spirit.
” 
The Sword of the Spirit isnot Catholic and makes up its own teachings according to theinterpretation of scripture as designed by the Sword of the Spirit leadership. It is NOT governed by the Magesterium of the CatholicChurch, yet freely recruits Catholics into its midst via a Catholic Lay  Association that has met certain guidelines required by theVatican and has no sacramental life.I wrote to the local Bishop there after I discovered that this
“  
Self Governing Member 
” 
community of the Sword of the Spirit had much involvement with the nationally acclaimed youth movement out of Minnesota commonly referred to as
“  
NET.
” 
 The letter sent to the Bishop there asked for clarification of my concerns. I tried as best I could to clarify, but never received aresponse. The letter I sent is presented below.
 

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