Chapter E

26.             Back to the Chief

Returning to the meeting with the Chief, both he and Patricia clearly saw how the account of the apparition and its surrounding events could do much good for the world gracefully. After all, they both recognized the ego’s awful power; and, as God-fearing, Jesus-loving Catholics, they, too, immediately comprehended the psychology of George Lord that triggered his quick repentance.

They, too, could sense the enormous harvest for Christ were the discussed theological understandings widely disseminated. Consider: there are billions of Catholics and similarly-thinking Christians whom it would behoove, as it behooved George Lord, to have, in a simple manner, emblazoned in their minds the novel-but-still-age-old theology that Christ was crucified due to egotistical people not wanting to be told the right thing to do. (Note: I did not mention to the Chief, Patricia, or anyone else at the college that this “ego-killed-Christ,” perfect-for-our-soundbite-age theological simplification was, some time earlier, revealed to me via what I perceived as the Holy Spirit. Nor did I mention past events involving Monsignor Kennedy at the Vatican.)

Regarding the wide breadth of the above-mentioned “harvest,” both the Chief and Patricia recognized that spreading this theological simplification could even prevent something as big as a war between American and North Korea, since it has been ego on both sides of such a political fence that has been a contributing factor not small.

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