Visitor thinks they
have received a public revelation from God.
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Although very unlikely
today, IMHO, should a person receive a revelation from God that was to be made
public, one should submit it to one's diocese/parish in a private manner. The
authorities can then examine the information and decide if any further action
should be taken. Remember however, that nothing can be added to the deposit of
the faith since the death of the past apostle...
CONDEMNED by Pope Pius X in "Lamentabili": "Revelation, constituting the
object of Catholic faith, was not completed with the apostles."
Also remember that any
so-called 'revelation' which contradicts Catholic dogma must be an error or
deception (e.g. from
Satan) and should be rejected.
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