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“Priest has a vision of Jesus during Mass and he bursts into tears.”

On February 22, 2021
Fr Herrera Fuentes has a vision of Jesus being trampled by the faithful because of the reception of Holy Communion on the Hands.
What happens next, is awesome !
youtube.com/watch?v=ITi1uFaYIG8

Chosen
Cynthia, wouldn't that be nice?
Cynthia Marie Moulthrop
I wonder if he will have the courage to take off his mask?
Chosen
Alexamarie, here is the translation of the comment below, it will be helpful to you and your husband: In the original Greek text, the term "morsel" translates the word "ψωμίον", "psomion", a very special word, never used in the Gospels, which literally
indicates the action of the “PARENT bird feeding the child bird”.

"At the Last Supper it was only Judas Iscariot who dipped the Host in the Chali…More
Alexamarie, here is the translation of the comment below, it will be helpful to you and your husband: In the original Greek text, the term "morsel" translates the word "ψωμίον", "psomion", a very special word, never used in the Gospels, which literally
indicates the action of the “PARENT bird feeding the child bird”.

"At the Last Supper it was only Judas Iscariot who dipped the Host in the Chalice, and Jesus said that the traitor would be the One who would dip the Host with him in the Chalice: Jesus dipped the Host in the Chalice because he gave the Eucharist by taking it to the disciples, as St. John affirmed using the word "psomion", which indicates the gesture of the little bird feeding the child "(summary taken from the article of the same name by Cristoforo Mariani).
For this reason, taking Communion in hand is repeating the gesture of Judas Iscariot, the one who already had in his heart to betray Jesus.
alexamarie
Thank you!!!
alexamarie
I was excited to see this... then my husband said “ Jesus handed out the bread, not in their tongue... ruined it for me. This is our a lord Jesus Christ, how can we not kneel to him and let Lysol people touch him? I feel the Holy Spirit is guiding me correctly. Hubby wrong....
Chosen
Yes Alexama, your hubby is wrong. Jesus even explains to certain mystics how in the beginning, they had no way of creating hosts, si bread was the only way. Remind your husband that even then, there were young saints who died, protecting the blessed Host🙏❤️
warrengrubert
Nel testo originale greco, il termine “boccone” traduce la parola “ψωμίον”, “ psomion”, una parola particolarissima, mai usata nei Vangeli, che letteralmente
indica l'azione dell “uccellino GENITORE che imbocca l'uccellino figlio”.


"Nell'Ultima Cena fu solo Giuda Iscariota che intinse l'Ostia nel Calice, e Gesù disse che il traditore sarebbe stato Colui che avrebbe intinto con lui nel Calice: …More
Nel testo originale greco, il termine “boccone” traduce la parola “ψωμίον”, “ psomion”, una parola particolarissima, mai usata nei Vangeli, che letteralmente
indica l'azione dell “uccellino GENITORE che imbocca l'uccellino figlio”.


"Nell'Ultima Cena fu solo Giuda Iscariota che intinse l'Ostia nel Calice, e Gesù disse che il traditore sarebbe stato Colui che avrebbe intinto con lui nel Calice: Gesù intigeva lui l'Ostia nel Calice perché dava lui l'Eucaristia imboccandola ai discepoli, come affermò San Giovanni usando la parola "psomion", che indica il gesto dell'uccellino che imbocca l'uccellino figlio" (sintesi tratta dall'articolo omonimo di Cristoforo Mariani).
Per questo fare la Comunione in mano, è ripetere il gesto di Giuda Iscariota, colui che aveva già nel cuore di tradire Gesù.
Chosen
Bellissima riflessione. Ad averlo saputo l’avrei introdotta nel video.
Ultraviolet
First, you assume I haven't watched the video @Chosen Second, re-watching video won't answer my question and neither have you. I said, "I wonder if he'll defy his bishop on the subject, now that he's had this vision."

At the risk of getting called too patronizing again because I obviously have to spell it out... Yes, "Sure the bishop will bug him" as you say. Entirely correct.

And then…More
First, you assume I haven't watched the video @Chosen Second, re-watching video won't answer my question and neither have you. I said, "I wonder if he'll defy his bishop on the subject, now that he's had this vision."

At the risk of getting called too patronizing again because I obviously have to spell it out... Yes, "Sure the bishop will bug him" as you say. Entirely correct.

And then what?

I am wondering how far he's willing to defend his vision. I wonder if he's prepared to say, "No, your Excellency, I don't care that the Church allows communion in the hand. I don't care that communion in the hand has been the de facto method of reception in Novus Ordo parishes, including my own, since the 1970s. All of that doesn't matter now. I've a had a vision."

When the Bishop gives him a direct order to continue the Novus Ordo norm, that's when things get interesting. While I'm not fully aware of the specifics of how ecclesiastical discipline goes, this priest might want to seriously look into contacting a traditionalist group of clergy for a new parish appointment.

'course he'll have to learn the Liturgy all over again and Latin and a full refresher on Pre '62 theology and... and... ...and... :D
Chosen
Yes you do have to spell it out ultraviolet. Forgive my misunderstanding. I guess in my mind, the fact that he immediately announced the changes without consulting with anyone including the boshop, was an act of defiance already. God bless!
Ultraviolet
Apparently I truly do have to spell it out, your sarcasm notwithstanding. Yes, "he immediately announced the changes without consulting anyone including the bishop" -as you said.

I'm not discussing what happened during this Mass. My question (and my point) is what happens from now on in all future Masses?

The priest had his vision, immediately changed things, so I will repeat... And then …More
Apparently I truly do have to spell it out, your sarcasm notwithstanding. Yes, "he immediately announced the changes without consulting anyone including the bishop" -as you said.

I'm not discussing what happened during this Mass. My question (and my point) is what happens from now on in all future Masses?

The priest had his vision, immediately changed things, so I will repeat... And then what?

To answer what should have been a rhetorical question, since it seems I must, Then the bishop finds out this priest "immediately announced the changes without consulting anyone including the bishop"

The bishop, very likely, will be quite annoyed that, as you said, a priest "immediately announced the changes without consulting anyone including the bishop".

Then the bishop will call the priest in for meeting and demand an explanation why this priest "immediately announced the changes without consulting anyone including the bishop". Bishops tend to insist on being consulted before such changes are made

The priest will describe his vision. The bishop, most likely, will be unimpressed and demand the priest resume doing things the usual Novus Ordo way it's been done for nearly half a century now.

That's my basis of my question. And then what?
Chosen
Ultraviolet, watch the video. He immediately changes the rules and tells people publicly, that none in his parish, will be able to receive unless it’s on their the knees and on the tongue. Pretty cool!
Let’s pray for him because I’m
Sure the bishop will bug him.
Ultraviolet
Unfortunately this well-intentioned priest's supposed vision contradicts the established teachings of the Church. I wonder if he'll defy his bishop on the subject, now that he's had this vision.
Chosen
P.S. I M looking for French, Russian, Italian and Portuguese translators. All you have to do is email me the complete translation in words via this email : edellartino@sbcglobal.net
If you feel that this is something the Lord is asking of you, I thank you in advance. God bless you!