Neale Donald Walsch and “Conversations with God”

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Some of today’s hottest selling New Age books were written by a middle-aged man who turned to God after four divorces, countless career changes and a car wreck that left him with a broken neck. In the middle of a February night in 1992, Neale Donald Walsch picked up a pen and wrote an anguished letter to God. “What does it take to make life work?”

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Dr. Wayne Dyer

                                               Wayne Dyer (1940 – 2015)

MR writes: “I have Catholic friends who really like Wayne Dyer on PBS and tell me that he believes the same as we do.  I think he is a new ager who twists the truth.  Would you do a program about the incompatibility of his work with Catholicism or share your insights about him on your blog page?  I need your help in expressing my concerns about him.”

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Glorifying Necromancy: TLC to Launch “Long Island Medium”

Just what we need – another weird reality show from Discovery’s TLC that promotes “irregular” lifestyles. First it was Sister Wives which tries to portray polygamy (which is illegal in the U.S.) in a positive light, now it’s an eight-week series that peaks into the life of a Long Island woman who claims she can talk to the dead.

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