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  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture I
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    • that the original intention has been proven time and again.
    • spirits of the present time. What do people know about real
    • of inner spiritual activity in the present time will be the
    • The satisfaction of religious needs go back to a time when all
    • spirituality penetrating present time in contrast to what
    • stand within the spiritual world each time we experience the
    • but so little was known in that time that he never fulfilled
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture II
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    • movements of our time where the hearts of people have gradually
    • become lost, if at the same time the needs of humanity were not
    • first initiators of this Religious Movement felt at the time,
    • time are considered. The Anthroposophical Movement can be seen
    • to them as they are growing up until they sometimes know what
    • things going on at that time, considered then as ritualistic,
    • world order is opened up every time for the congregation, each
    • ‘Do we carry the ritual for the present time and in future
    • corresponding rituals of ancient times, deepened in a Christian
    • However, at specific times in the development of Christianity
    • there came about — these times actually already began in
    • the third and fourth century — times during which there
    • olden times, this past time is no longer here.
    • times is now to some extent also made available to the laity.
    • Priests in past times. Today it is different. We can't put up
    • the level of profane technicality, as demanded by the times ...
    • come from underdeveloped religious sentiments, to whom the way
    • the time. On the other hand I don't see where the limitation
    • Anthroposophy, just as at all times the underlying soul is
    • be very wrong. My lecture at that time was directed at
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  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture III
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    • ancient times, a past spiritual weaving which has been killed
    • in the present time, the past crystallized in the present, and
    • which in the course of time was characterised for the sensitive
    • yourself three times more than an ordinary person, becoming
    • three times more humble than an ordinary person believes
    • regions and take the imagination of ancient times, where
    • our time the primary importance for priests, if they continue
    • done with God's words in past times in which the Catholic
    • each time it takes in nourishment.
    • way in our present time. According to your need to gather again
    • after a certain time, I may say this to you, because it belongs
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture IV
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    • yesterday. I wanted to offer it then already, but time was too
    • that religious documents originating up to about the time
    • it has come about that right at the time when intellectualism
    • specific time when a certain part of humanity was passing over
    • time of the Mystery of Golgotha the evolution of humanity's
    • The “I” gradually unfolded at the same time as the
    • — To live in this way in present times is becoming increasingly
    • times, is because of the Mystery of Golgotha. Similarly, it
    • which at the time was an acceptable image: For them as individuals,
    • their feeling-value in the course of time. It is not possible
    • not come down to directly taking the sentimental value attached
    • expressed in a time when revelation was given through grace
    • and are related to the deepest questions of our time. As a
    • is necessary precisely at this time.
    • will remaining so powerfully in the work that in a year's time

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