We write "In Loving Memory
a tribute to John, yet we have only intellectually
about him for less that six hours counting back from the time these
words are being typed. How is this
, one may ask. Quite
simply; once we read his legacy it was obvious that we have known him
spiritually (as opposed to intellectually
for many, many years.
Paraphrasing what someone else wrote about John's valuable contribution:
Every once in a while real religious
history is written. Most
students of religion know firsthand that when they read the thousands
pages of official religious history, they are simply skimming over
the truth. Avoiding scandal and painting a rosy and unrealistic
picture of religious history is what the "party line" demands. Then
John Cavanagh happened, as the saying goes.
John Cavanagh was a former Trappist monk who blew the whistle on his
Abbot and the Abbot's lovers in the monastery. The Abbot was
removed. But he wasn't the only one punished. The whistle blowers were
also pushed out of the monastery under less than Christian conditions.
With the troublemakers gone, the Order would create a perfect cover
The reasons why we recommend the reading of John's story are to assist
our readers in:
(a) Seeing how John Cavanagh found a
deeper spirituality and faith after
he lost his religion;
(b) Understanding how the real Roman Catholic Church (RCC)
(c) Witnessing the exact opposite of "What would have Jesus done" in
(d) Getting a glimpse of what should be an exception, instead of the rule.
(e) Understanding why those who are truly of God reject such behavior
abandon the RCC.
(d) Acquiring a true feel for the level of brainwash the RCC
Administration has achieved on those who ended up under their "care".
the blasphemous lies that there is no Salvation outside the RCC and
that the Pope is "Sweet Jesus" on Earth, it is either submit to
whatever abuse they are willing to dispense or be dammed. In either
case alcohol seems to have been the only way out.
It may only take 30 minutes to read John's story but, we assure you, it
will be time well spent in helping the reader not to fall in the final
deception: The Manifestation of the False Christ. (1)
John Cavanagh's evocative and personal story was published the day
before he died.
Enter into..... A Modern
, by John Cavanagh.
May God Bless you, John, and bring you the peace and fulfillment that
sought among those you believed to be at the service of God.
May you Rest in Peace!