Argentinian Archbishop: Mass Was Turned into a "Children's Party"

The Original Latin Mass which he calls “the most sacred rite of Catholicism" has been "manipulated," retired Archbishop Hector Aguer, 77, writes on InfoCatolica (June 23). Improvisation was introduce…
foward
Thanks to Paul VI. and John XXIII prepared the way
Dr Bobus
Aguer has personally heard fellow bishops say that there is "no longer any distinction between the sacred and the profane," and "that they were pleased with this development."

Not only is it true what he is saying, but those same bishops (and priests) will at the same time lament the lack of priestly and religious vocations.
F M Shyanguya
As important as this is, together with norm [or lack thereof] for the proper reception of Holy Communion, with the current events, these don’t appear to be the foremost.

Shepherds ought to be able to read the times and warn and guide their flock accordingly.
eticacasanova
Aguer is a great man and a great bishop. He talks soundly about every issue. It's like in the US: in Argentina, there is great evil, but also great good, and when you get to know them, faithful argentinos give you the impression of something very deep. You want to know how to confront those beasts that want to desecrate churches and sacred stuff? Watch videos of argentinos defending their …More
Aguer is a great man and a great bishop. He talks soundly about every issue. It's like in the US: in Argentina, there is great evil, but also great good, and when you get to know them, faithful argentinos give you the impression of something very deep. You want to know how to confront those beasts that want to desecrate churches and sacred stuff? Watch videos of argentinos defending their cathedrals, praying the Rosario de Nuestra Señora, being spat at, standing sucubos geting naked and mimicking the sexual act, being spray-painted, and standing fast in their positions, without violence or insult, etc. Everything in front of police officers, standing there to defend the demons, un the name of the government. Here, watch this:

www.youtube.com/watch
Jmy1975
My dad said in the early 70s, at Easter, his church had a dancing nun in a tutu and holding a tambourine.