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This button takes you into the main body of the website.
This site has been designed to allow you to freely access
about fifteen years of daily locutions. It was our intention
to avoid the need to scroll down through the many pages
so please follow this procedure to access a particular
page most easily.
For example, we may wish to read what was written on
September 15th. 1997.
1 - Click on the Verba ‘button’.
2 - The page will appear with the years down the left.
Click on 1997 and this will open up the list of months.
3 - Click on September and a new page will open with
the days numbered at the top of the page. Click on 15
and the relevant locution will appear.
Return to this page if you wish to have some quiet reflection
on the icon.
This is a contact page for Theo, the person who has
followed the inspiration to write ‘Verba’,
and others who have followed their own vision as to
how to make ‘Verba’ available to as many
people as possible. It is also intended to place here,
in due course, links to relevant websites.
This is Theo’s explanation of
her own spiritual practice and the inspiration for Verba.
This page has been written in order to place ‘Verba’
into a historical and spiritual context through the
writing of St John of the Cross and to give some explanation
of an aspect of spirituality that is rarely discussed.
There is much more that could have
been written of the controversies that surround this
topic of ‘Inner locution’, but it is recommended
that you explore this site further before you try to
classify or judge the content.
It is hoped that this site will encourage the study
of scripture, in a reflective manner, both for individuals
and groups. This page offers some guidance but each
individual will find his or her own preferred practice.
We are continually working on this site which was last
updated on the 3rd January 2018.
Although the original, hand-written
material was without error, there have been mis-typing
errors when transferring the texts into Word. We are
in the process of correcting these. We are also reconstructuring
the site to enable the correct functioning of the search
We thank you for your patience with