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Padre Pio is receiving communion. Little he knew today he would be considered a health hazard...

Crap Magazine (no link!) has a Q & A “corner”, where the level of dirt reaches standards of dirtiness worrying even for them.

A reader “fights being judgmental”, but actually can't resist showing her supposed liberal superiority to the man who insists on receiving from the priest. She (or him, or it) asks what to do. She had not seen an abomination like this is 30 years (imagine the parish… or the liar…). She doesn't know what to do! To want to receive from the priest! Well, I never…

The answer, coming from a “Reverend”, is a mixture of contempt and patronising. The Rev symphatises with the reader, and assures him or her or it that his experience is more recent than thirty years. He tries to be a good Catholic, though, and shows tolerance to these poor deluded people, without trying to correct him. But then he observes how vaguely dangerous this people are, there was one who even knelt, and there's the risk of all the others tumbling over him!

These devout Catholics are a latent health hazard! But let's suffer them for the sake of inclusiveness. How good, how good we are!



Posted on September 1, 2015, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Surely, these are ‘planted’ questions? Likewise, those pertaining to the validity of SSPX, e.g. with “FR. Z”….

  2. I spent the weekend in a spiritual retreat. Attendants were all “very spiritual” “very illuminated” (all except me, of course, to them I am below beginner level, but that’s fine).

    In every contemplation period we had, they seemed to obey the Spirit, speak in tongues, channel God’s messages, etc.

    When it was time for communion, they extended their arms and received Christ in their hands.

    Is it because they are like other Christs? (maybe they are all priests, all anointed)?

    I am very puzzled.

    PS. they adore Bergoglio and call me wolf in sheep’s clothing for criticizing and judging everything he does.

  3. There’s no way that priest can believe in transubstantiation. Perhaps, it doesn’t happen at his masses because he doesn’t have the required intent. Lord, have mercy.

    • If the priest does what he is supposed to do, the consecration is valid. There would never be the certainty that the consecration has happened if this were to be dependent on the priest having lost the faith. Priests lost the faith even before V II.
      When the priest does what the church does, we can safely trust in the miracle having occurred. When we have reason to doubt is when the priest does not do what the Church does.

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