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These idiots hold nothing sacred. (even not consecrated)More
These idiots hold nothing sacred.

(even not consecrated)
Ultraviolet
Welcome to Communion In The Hand @JMY45 :D Tell me again about reverence. It's Friday night, I'm all caught up at work and I need a laugh.
Ultraviolet
This has EVERYTHING to do with Catholics receiving communion in the hand. It's irreverent in a modern context, it was introduced by equally irreverent Europeans (your buddies the Germans, included) as part of their modernized hippie church during the 70s.

THIS is what results of your IRREVERENT method of reception. Peanutbutter and Jelly Jesus. Without ever attending the Novus Ordo farce you …More
This has EVERYTHING to do with Catholics receiving communion in the hand. It's irreverent in a modern context, it was introduced by equally irreverent Europeans (your buddies the Germans, included) as part of their modernized hippie church during the 70s.

THIS is what results of your IRREVERENT method of reception. Peanutbutter and Jelly Jesus. Without ever attending the Novus Ordo farce you drag your blue-jeans wearing carcass into on Saturday afternoon, I could bet ten grand, there's a bunch of laity handing out Communion.

That's another "exception" that's become an equally irreverent rule.

"When you pretend to be reverent,"

Oh goodie Goebbels-bot is back to his usual faulty assumption, repeated every time the way Goebbels-bot repeats all his falsehoods. "pretend to be revernet" *click* "pretend to be revernet" "pretend to be revernet" *click*

Traditionalists drive hundreds of miles to TLM churches because receiving on the tongue IS reverent.

"you are committing just as much of a mortal sin as those using wafers as a sandwich."

Cite Catechism on this. Go ahead. Then again when do you EVER cite the Church on anything?

Instead you fabricate it outright. It's fair to say that's your (wait for it) "De Facto" method of presenting evidence. Isn't it? ;-) De Facto indeed. "D

"since you are so pharasiacal and yet have no Christian charity within you (as evidenced by your behavior here) your sin is worse."

Can you cite Catechism showing which sins are worse than other? No, of course not. You don't know your Catechism at all. You're some kind of derpy non-Catholic who converted (sort of) and that's why you spout this kind of rubbish.

This is just more of what the same Catholic comedy-club teachings you were shovelling out last night.

"ultimately your salvation is up to you." -JMY45

Cool story, Marty.

Don't worry about my "work". It pays a whole lot more'n yours does and, in truth, given the hours I put in, I work a darn sight harder than you do.

Go stock some more price roll-backs with the rest of the third-world immigrants Mr. Master's Degree in English. :D
Ultraviolet
"again, it has nothing to do with Catholics receiving communion in the hand."

Repeating your falsehoods doesn't make it true, Goebbels-Bot. That's just you being you.

...that derpy priest with the iPhones isn't a Unitarian. :P

"I find the irony of you pushing communion on the tongue while enthusiastically defending an antipope who...

Except I don't defend him and he isn't an antipope.

Repe…More
"again, it has nothing to do with Catholics receiving communion in the hand."

Repeating your falsehoods doesn't make it true, Goebbels-Bot. That's just you being you.

...that derpy priest with the iPhones isn't a Unitarian. :P

"I find the irony of you pushing communion on the tongue while enthusiastically defending an antipope who...

Except I don't defend him and he isn't an antipope.

Repeating your falsehoods doesn't make it true, Goebbels-Bot. That's just you being you.

"A lie told once remains a lie but a lie told a thousand times becomes the truth" -Joseph Goebbels

"who doesn't even believe in Jesus Christ illuminating..."

Followed the reliable appearance of Miss Jimmy The Psychic who knows what other people believe thanks to those amazing mystical powers you've got. :P
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Ultraviolet
Still waiting for those citations from the Catechism over which sins are greater. ;-) Don't get too side-tracked, there, Professor.

"Obviously you don't really have morals,"

Morals? You speak of morals? Now THERE is irony personified. :D

You lie as naturally as you breathe, no matter what the subject. Case in point: "while enthusiastically defending an antipope who."

I've corrected that…More
Still waiting for those citations from the Catechism over which sins are greater. ;-) Don't get too side-tracked, there, Professor.

"Obviously you don't really have morals,"

Morals? You speak of morals? Now THERE is irony personified. :D

You lie as naturally as you breathe, no matter what the subject. Case in point: "while enthusiastically defending an antipope who."

I've corrected that lie dozens of times now. Yet you repeat it here, again.. Why?

I've asked before, directly, and you never do.

Rhetorically speaking, the answer is self-evident. You lie because you don't care about the truth.

You lie about your own name, you lie about your professional credentials, you lie about not wearing a mask, you lie about the Church and you lie about the pope. You lie about everything.

You lie because you clearly don't consider telling a lie to be wrong or even a sin.

That's a natural outgrowth of your entire lack of reverence for the Eucharist, your sloppy catechism if you even had one, and your pathological (literally) disregard for the truth.

...along with whatever other very real mental problems you have from a lifetime of hill-billy dining on contaminated "wild game". :P

MFW you start arguing "morals".
philosopher
@Ultraviolet I find it interesting that communion in the hand was considered illicit prior to Vatican 2, and then only became permissible a few years after the Council as it was being considered in the spirit of Vatican 2.

There does seem to be evidence of a different form of communion on the hand while kneeling that was an early Church practice but only localized. It never became universal in …More
@Ultraviolet I find it interesting that communion in the hand was considered illicit prior to Vatican 2, and then only became permissible a few years after the Council as it was being considered in the spirit of Vatican 2.

There does seem to be evidence of a different form of communion on the hand while kneeling that was an early Church practice but only localized. It never became universal in the Latin Rite and was nothing like the way it's practiced currently in the N.O.