A priest recently recommended a best selling Irish book author named Lorna Byrne and her new spiritual autobiography called “Angels in My Hair”. Lorna is reputed to be a modern day Irish mystic who has seen Angels ever since she can remember as a small child. Her book is written at their desire to help give people who are abandoning hope to take courage in the certainty that their guardian angel’s (and others) are all here around us, ever at our side as helpers and guardians. Lorna was given a special mission to help many people become aware of our spiritual unseen world that is all around us. Her book has already become a bestseller in Ireland and Britain and was just published in the United States.
I visited her website and listened to the video interviews and came away with mixed feelings. She has a soft, calm and confident testimony but a few times she suggests that while raised Catholic she does not always go to church and mentioned a few times that The Church has changed a position or two on a teaching of God and the Angels informed her when it was wrong. Catholics know of course that the Church has never changed its teachings on God and perhaps she means a local pastor misspoke at a church service or something like that. So I am willing to give her the benefit of the doubt but wish she were going to mass EVERY Sunday as The Church teaches.
I do get the impression that she is trying to not alienate herself from the Protestants and secularists in the UK community and may be soft-peddling her Catholic faith by downplaying her Catholic faith. So I am showing some caution but otherwise she sounds like she has amazing insights.
I wanted to ask if anyone has read her book yet and to give an opinion on her.
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