@ Rhemes and Greg - One ought to always see the good first, never start with a negative. AND as I pointed out, the use of real bread is the original thing (do you think that Our Lord had waffers made specially for His last supper??? Of course not). The Alexandrian Rite still uses it as well as the Greeks (but then they do not have tabernacles in which it can spoil.....). The vestments are indeed all there.
NEVER only see or point out the negative even though in the end the conclusion must be … [More]
Being the sedevacantist that you are Trady you have a lonely road ahead of you. You'll convince nobody but yourself as you talk to yourself about your own misconceptions of a Catholic Faith that you are no longer a part of. Endlessly you post sedevacantist nonsense and the only person who you'll ever agree with is yourself or another sedevacantist. This is a Catholic website who recognizes Pope Benedict XVI so you are alone in your dialogue. The more you post the more you are talking to … [More]
The youth don't have to go to a "rock concert"...They can go to church for their "rock concert"! who is there that is going around to catch the fragments falling all over? THIS is Nothing but an ABOMINATION! No excuses! This prelate is a well known homosexual advocate, amongst numerous other things which he brazenly promotes! Poor youth!
In the video site you posted....one can see the awfulness of those people being given "communion" in that form of bread. the people were holding it, taking bites, while surely there had to be crumbs and fragments left in their hands and where did they put their hands next? Not to mention falling onto the floor. Its as though this prelaate is doing this on purpose for some vindictive reason. Truly horrendous, G_d only knows why he remains in his position. They must of thought the youth … [More]
1. According to the Didache -2nd Century (sited by Dr Fortesque in his study "The Origins of the Roman Rite"), and the Chronicles of Egeria - 4th Century: The people brought loves of bread to the Eucharist and these loves (real unleavened loves of bread) were taken in procession to the sanctuary. After these loves were blessed they were placed on the altar. At the 'Agnus Dei' and after the epiklesis, these loves, now the Body and Blood of the … [More]