This Page Provides Links to the Published Works of
The Founders of LifeSpirit Congregational Church
Kathy Arlene Greene Fucetola
(Kate Greene) and
Ralph Fucetola JD (Rev. Esnur)
The Books are Available at
Direct Links Below
Kate's BrightEon Videos
|Kate Greene's Books
The Parallel Timeline Syndrome (40 pages)
The Collected Works (423 pages)
Peg-Leg Pete's Horrid Revenge
And Other Children's Poems and Stories (31 pages)
|Rev. Esnur's Books
The LifeSpirit Commentaries (166 pages)
The Political and Cultural Memoirs of an Irrelevant Person (171 pages)
Shaman's Song (264 pages)
Alien Webs (adult science fiction; ebook only - 168 pages)
ISBN - 978-1-71688-878-6
Kathy was descended from George Washington’s stepson, from the Lees of Virginia (including Robert E. Lee’s sister) and the Greene’s of Rhode Island and Monmouth County, NJ.
Her Greene ancestors were dissenters from first coming to America in the 1640s. One relative was expelled from Massachusetts Bay Colony for “ogling women at Sunday Service” and another was among the defendants in the 1647 trial of Anabaptist followers of Ann Hutchinson in Rhode Island, America’s first political trial. Later the family provided several Revolutionary War commanders including Gen. Nathanial Greene.
She and her husband co-founded the New Age Non-Denominational LifeSpirit Congregational Church in 1974 – www.LifeSpirit.org. Rev. Greene was the Chair of the Church from its founding until her sudden passing on April 14, 2021.
Kathy wrote under the name Kate Greene.
Her writings include her booklet on The Parallel Timeline Syndrome, written during 2020-21, opening a new Metaphysical Theory. It is also available as a separate title on www.LuLu.com - ISBN ISBN 978-1-6671-5242-4.
This Collected Works volume includes earlier works: a selection of poetry, both adult and for children, channeled material, various homilies for the Church (her Messages from the Chair), occasional essays and two partial novels.
Freedom’s Embrace was intended to explore the lives of the generation of Philadelphians of the 1750s, the pre-revolutionary generation, through the eyes of the daughter of a minister. It is substantially complete. An English Interlude, from 1990, explores the culture of late 1700s Britain. They may be considered Parallel Timelines.
Kathy’s children’s book, Peg-leg Pete is available on LuLu as well.
Rev. Esnur (Ralph Fucetola)
April 16, 2021
Spring flowers bloom
In 1974, after a series of private Symposia at Rutgers University, where several of us were or had been students, a small group of incipient New Agers formed what has become the Lifespirit Congregational Church.
Your Editor was, at that time, beginning a 36 year law career, representing small churches, holistic practitioners, alternative enterprises and political or social dissidents. These activities continued while our ministry also grew. The LCC currently includes half dozen active congregations, providing New Age ministerial counselling and healing, teaching services, and such religious activities as marriages, namings, funerals and traditional Solstice and Equinox celebrations. At the same time, our personal spiritual quests continue and broaden as New Age phenomena evolve. The Spirit of Life quickens as we enter the New Millennium.
The post-WWII era has been an era of great contrasts. Some individuals have realized exciting spiritual, social, scientific and technological advances. At the same time, much of humanity has faced continued poverty, vicious politics and state-sponsored brutality. Now even the remaining "totalitarian third" of humanity is experiencing liberating change. All people, though, have had a common lesson to learn; how to deal with a rapidly escalating ecological disaster engendered by "genomicidal technologies".
New Age beliefs arise from these conflicting concerns, and our Church speaks from the Last Quarter of the Old Millennium to the Dawning of the New Millennium, with a unification of modern and ancient spirituality.
From the Memiors:
At times I feel like the movie character Forest Gump – on the periphery of historical events; at the far edge of an old photo of something political or cultural that happened long ago.
I exited my teen years in the mid-60s and finished law school in the early ‘70s, but survived those hectic times, unlike too many others of my acquaintance. My Libertarian political and religious beliefs helped me along the way.
I am politically unimportant and have hardly ever voted for the “winning candidate” and have certainly not helped anyone run their governments. I’ve always been out on the edge somewhere culturally. Thus I must be considered irrelevant. Here is the political and cultural memoir of an irrelevant person.
LifeSpirit YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/LifeSpirit
|KATE GREEN'S VIDEO
Twas the Night Before Christmas
Singing in the House
Ode to Alex Jones
Peg-Leg Pete's Horrid Revenge - Read by Rev. Esnur