A very good book review from Reformed Reader.
So writes Cuthbert Dzingirai, a former Roman Catholic priest from Zimbabwe. Dzingirai wasn’t an average priest. In fact, at one point he joined one of the strictest orders of priests called the “Order of Friars Minor.” While in this order, he made three vows: poverty, chastity, and obedience to the Church counsels. Dzingirai said,
“The three vows I had made to my superiors and the Church were always part of my ‘mantra,’ which I repeated over and over each morning as I woke up for meditation. They became my greatest treasure, part of the important sacramentals which separated me from the laity. I thought they brought me closer to God.”
When Dzingirai participated in six of the seven Catholic sacraments, he viewed ordination as the highest sacrament since it conveyed the most…
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