Seaburn Author Takes Rome by Storm
In the famous funeral oration of Julius Caesar a grieving Marc Antony asked
his friends, fellow Romans and countrymen to lend him their ears. On a
recent sojourn to the Eternal City, renowned Seaburn author (The Book of
Wisdom) and poet (The Wedding Feast) Jean-Marie de la Trinité
went even further, lending his many talents to enrich the third World
Metaphysics Conference which was held in Rome between July 6th
and 9th of 2006 at the Idente Conference Center and the Urbanum
Pontifical University. His eminence, Cardinal Camillo Ruini, vicar general
of the diocese of Roman for Pope Benedict XVI, conferred the blessing of the
Vatican upon the conference during its opening festivities. After that
everyone settled in for several days in pursuit of a precious commodity:
truth. As in most gatherings involving professional philosophers, even the
revelries of the evening were passed according to a time-honored tradition:
in vino veritas.
Trinite is a mystic-poet and novelist. He was born in Gary, Indiana in 1940. At the age of five, he became aware of the Divine Presence and of God living with him and began at this early age the habit of what is called in mystical theology "the practice of the Presence of God," in which the soul continually and habitually attends to and adheres to the Divinity in its presence throughout the day.
He studied philosophy and theology as an undergraduate at Loyola University of Chicago and did graduate studies in theology and Sacred Scripture at The University of San Francisco.
It was at Loyola that he began to experience ecstasies and raptures and at Loyola also that he experienced the Transient Possession of the Beatific Vision of the Most Holy Trinity. These studies and this vast mystical and beatific experience have guided and inspired all of his writing, now some 13 volumes including two novels, a collection of 701 sonnets, an epic poem of 36,000 lines and two theological treatises on mystical and beatific theology.
The present work THE WEDDING FEAST is Part IV of his complete works THE HOLY TRINITY.
He lives in Fresh Meadows, New York.
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