A. I desired to learn and eventual Baptism. That is important. Fellowship and new friends.
I am simply a man who accepted Jesus from a radio program long ago. I was just 17 back then. I love The Lord. My neighbor taught me the Rosary as we would walk our dogs occasionally. It’s from the Bible, I like it. She is very dedicated to her faith. My family likes the lady and we support her charity. I am retired! I am a stroke victim.
Yes, that was my neighbors intention.
B. Yes. My neighbor told the guy running the group I would be attending. He asked her; How do you know this man? She told him that she was mentoring me. Praying the Rosary. This man said a single woman like her can not mentor a married man.
C: I am very Bible studied. I have studied the Catholic faith on line. I love the presence of the flesh and blood of Jesus in the Eucharist. I am very chaste all my life. Adoration chapel is so rewarding.
D: Neighbors 20 + years, there has never been talk of non chaste relationship. We are never alone ever. Never in a car, out to eat or anything. There are others who walk for exercise. I have to walk for my health and well being. I went there in my own car.
Read CCC 2347. It is simply a God approved friendship. It’s in your catechism.
There was no direct accusations. The guy only. Because of mans desire to sin and me probably not being Catholic. Who knows. Opus Dei required absolute obedience to the leader. Aspects of spiritual abuse exists here too.
E. My experience there follows. Day one: your neighbor can’t mentor you anymore…
Day Two: You can not walk with each other anytime.
Six months later: Cant enter together or sit nearby an elderly lady who was friendly.
Should attend another time period alone. Jesus alone suffices. Accused of being there for the wrong reasons. He says all is Gods will.
I was always quiet, peaceful, respectful. Worked very hard to learn the prayers, novenas, and song materials.
God Bless, Thank you. I quit church altogether. I pray and trust God will open that door back up.
Please, please read the following from pope Francis. It will clear my intention up. It is a good read of how churches should treat people:
Another site with the same bulletin.