The Tenth Crusade
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The Tenth Crusade
Liturgical prance, too, perhaps?
Chris,For sure!Is that still going on around your parts? It has been pretty much put out of its misery here.
Carol - I've never seen it in Poland, but once in England, long, long ago.Horrible!
Good! I think the Stevie Nicks women are a bit long in the tooth for that kind of stuff. We had a priest here who did it in leotards. It is macabre.
In Poland don't aging nuns do the oberek with each other in the sanctuary? :-)
BTW, that caption on the cartoon "Weapons of Mass Destruction" is the title of a Michael Voris video where he explores the history of the Bugnini evisceration of the liturgy. It's on his site at RealCatholicTV.com and probably on youtube as well. Excellent.
You forgot the hand-holding and the casual dress of the congregation. Might want to toss in there any music written by the St Louis Jesuits. Jokes from the pulpit are detrimental too.
Jack - I'll check out Michael's video!Janet - those are good ones too. The Mass I went to this weekend, was about how blah and boring everyone else's Mass is compared to them. Nobody talks to each other, the music stinks,etc., They're coming back to the heart of worship and it's all about them, ad nauseum.We could make quite a list.
I think the biggest weapon that's missing from the cartoon is the priest saying the Mass facing the people.
I'd say protecting/ignoring paedophile priests and then refusing to own up has been much more destructive than a guitar or a nun in pants.Connor
Connor, Not to people who go to Mass for the Body, Blood, soul and Divinity of Christ.
Since 90% + of clergy sex abuse was homosexual abuse of male post-pubescents, I'd say characterizing the problem as "protecting/ignoring paedophile priests" is a calumny from a dissembler and a likely promoter of the homosexual agenda.
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