Novus Ordo: Man Crushes Hand Communion "Like Potato Chip"

On Sunday, January 16, a man in Saint Ésprit Parish, Paris, grabbed Communion with his hand - an abuse common in Novus Ordo eucharists.

Instead of sticking it into his mouth, he smashed it to bits and threw the remainders on the floor. Father Simon de Violet - an excellent painter who was only ordained in June 2020 - who had handed over Communion to him like a potato chip told Aleteia.org that the man “crushed it as one might do with a potato chip!”

After De Violet had confronted him, the man replied "For Nadia" and left. “His hands were a bit swollen, with some wounds, as is the case with people who use drugs or alcohol excessively. But he was fully conscious.” The priest asked the people to step back and tried to pick up the particles the best he could. On January 19, an Eucharist of Reparation was presided.

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Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
I would never recieve Holy Communion in the hand . I prefer going to church where we kneel, but when standing I always genuflect at my turn and then approach and take on the tongue. I don't consider myself worthy to touch the sacred Host. As a second reason, that's how Calvinists take communion. Surprisingly, I've had to go to both Lutheran and Episcopalian churches for funerals of co-workers, …More
I would never recieve Holy Communion in the hand . I prefer going to church where we kneel, but when standing I always genuflect at my turn and then approach and take on the tongue. I don't consider myself worthy to touch the sacred Host. As a second reason, that's how Calvinists take communion. Surprisingly, I've had to go to both Lutheran and Episcopalian churches for funerals of co-workers, and in both places they recieve kneeling at the altar rail....Lutherans in the hand, Episcopalians on the tongue. I was surprised!!
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Sophia Churchill
Exactly.
Scapular
Back on the knees!
Albert Morris
And what? Do you think that will solve the problem? Lol
Angelo Santelli
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Mathathias Maccabeus
“ 3:2 To speak evil of no man, not to be litigious but gentle: shewing all mildness towards all men.
3:3 For we ourselves also were some time unwise, incredulous, erring, slaves to divers desires and pleasures, living in malice and envy, hateful and hating one another.“
Mathathias Maccabeus
@Prayhard @Angelo Santelli and all the others who speak as them:

I have to ask, is this worth it? What good comes from sharing that here? We all already know that this is horrendous blasphemy and sacrilege.

“For I fear lest perhaps when I come I shall not find you such as I would, and that I shall be found by you such as you would not. Lest perhaps contentions, envyings, animosities, …More
@Prayhard @Angelo Santelli and all the others who speak as them:

I have to ask, is this worth it? What good comes from sharing that here? We all already know that this is horrendous blasphemy and sacrilege.

“For I fear lest perhaps when I come I shall not find you such as I would, and that I shall be found by you such as you would not. Lest perhaps contentions, envyings, animosities, dissensions, detractions, whisperings, swellings, seditions, be among you.”
- 2 Corinthians 12:20

Lapide:
Ver. 20.—I fear . . . lest there be wraths. θυμός with the Greeks that part of the mind which is called the irascible faculty, placed by Plato in the heart, and opposed to reason, which has for its seat the brain. Thence the word is applied to angry quarrellings, audacious arrogance, irascible conduct, when a man will not give up his opinion, but clings to it obstinately, and hotly opposes others, to show his spirit. Such actions spring from the irascible faculty when it is unchecked.
Whisperings. Secret and hidden attacks made by the malevolent on those they wish to bring into odium, or when they wish to sever friendships. Such a “whisperer” was Antipater, the son of Herod, who, that he might succeed his father, tried to make his elder brothers suspected by their father, that he might put them to death; but a just Nemesis overtook him, for he was himself put to death by Herod, as Josephus relates at length.
Swellings.—Pride and arrogance, which, as it were, puff up those of those they take possession of.

And from St. James
“4:11 Detract not one another, my brethren. He that detracteth his brother, or he that judgeth his brother, detracteth the law and judgeth the law. But if thou judge the law, thou art not a doer of the law, but a judge.

4:12 There is one lawgiver and judge, that is able to destroy and to deliver.“

Finally, Proverbs:
“ 6:16 Six things there are, which the Lord hateth, and the seventh his soul detesteth:
6:17 Haughty eyes, a lying tongue, hands that shed innocent blood,
6:18 A heart that deviseth wicked plots, feet that are swift to run into mischief,
6:19 A deceitful witness that uttereth lies, and him that soweth discord among brethren.

Today is a holy day, is it not? A Sunday? A day of rest?

@Angelo Santelli
“One wonders if Providence is thinking”

More likely God is giving us a lesson in humility and faith.

Look, I’m not saying we can’t criticize or point out the errors, but is how we do it that is important.
Roberto 55
Yes it is. Catholics must point out on every wrongdoing and sinful acts because who is silent agree...
Mathathias Maccabeus
That’s actually not true, @Roberto 55.

From the Baltimore Catechism:
Q. 814. When are we bound to admonish the sinner?
A. We are bound to admonish the sinner when the following conditions are fulfilled: (1) When his fault is a mortal sin; (2) When we have authority or influence over him, and (3) When there is reason to believe that our warning will not make him worse instead of better.””…More
That’s actually not true, @Roberto 55.

From the Baltimore Catechism:
Q. 814. When are we bound to admonish the sinner?
A. We are bound to admonish the sinner when the following conditions are fulfilled: (1) When his fault is a mortal sin; (2) When we have authority or influence over him, and (3) When there is reason to believe that our warning will not make him worse instead of better.””

You do not have authority over him, and right now you have no influence over him.

What you are doing right now on this forum is detraction and complaining.

I have seen no saint, Doctor, moral manual, or catechism say we are bound to complain and detract. I have, however, seen plenty of saints, Doctors, and moral manuals say not to do this.

I have even quoted sacred scripture that said the same.
Mathathias Maccabeus
Q. 1311. What are rash judgment, backbiting, slander and detraction?
A. Rash judgment is believing a person guilty of sin without a sufficient cause. Backbiting is saying evil things of another in his absence. Slander is telling lies about another with the intention of injuring him. Detraction is revealing the sins of another without necessity.
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Mathathias Maccabeus
Q. 1312. Is it ever allowed to tell the faults of another?
A. It is allowed to tell the faults of another when it is necessary to make them known to his parents or superiors, that the faults may be corrected and the wrong doer prevented from greater sin.
Mathathias Maccabeus
So far I’m not seeing a case for your argument.

You can try and justify your sins however you want, but don’t tell me it’s an obligation for Catholics when it is clearly not.
Roberto 55
I agree with you and your arguments, but think about point 1. When his fault is a mortal sin; - I think that is enough... We don't need other two.
Mathathias Maccabeus
It says “and” not “or”, so all 3 are necessary.
So if you disagree with that you disagree with the Church.
Sophia Churchill
“Slander”, “backbiting” and whatever else you hang your straw man on do not apply. This is reporting, not detraction. If it were the latter, the post would not have mentioned “The priest asked the people to step back and tried to pick up the particles the best he could. On January 19, an Eucharist of Reparation was presided,” would it?
This highlights the dangers of V2 and Communion in the hand, …More
“Slander”, “backbiting” and whatever else you hang your straw man on do not apply. This is reporting, not detraction. If it were the latter, the post would not have mentioned “The priest asked the people to step back and tried to pick up the particles the best he could. On January 19, an Eucharist of Reparation was presided,” would it?
This highlights the dangers of V2 and Communion in the hand, nothing more. Do reparation for the sacrilege against the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Christ in the Holy Eucharist and stop being a Karen.
Mathathias Maccabeus
@Sophia Churchill Notice I'm not talking about the article, but to their replies.

Perhaps you should read my comment a little more carefully. It starts off addressing exactly who I am talking to, and what I am referring to when I bring it up.

It follows as this:

A and B, and anyone who talks as A and B are talking, is it worth it?
Here are the lists of things we were warned against doing:
1
2 …More
@Sophia Churchill Notice I'm not talking about the article, but to their replies.

Perhaps you should read my comment a little more carefully. It starts off addressing exactly who I am talking to, and what I am referring to when I bring it up.

It follows as this:

A and B, and anyone who talks as A and B are talking, is it worth it?
Here are the lists of things we were warned against doing:
1
2
3

Notice, A and B are not reporting. Further, they have no right to report on this.
Mathathias Maccabeus
@Sophia Churchill Even though I'd be willing to bet the Apostles and Saints would say this kind of reporting is useless and no good to your spiritual life.
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Mathathias Maccabeus
@Sophia Churchill This highlights the dangers of V2 and Communion in the hand, nothing more.

One more thing on this specific thing. While I think Communion on the hand is wrong, and dangerous, this does not mean this specific even is related to it. He could have easily taken Him on his tongue, chewed Him, and spit him out. He could have kept Christ in His mouth and spit Him into a toilet.

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@Sophia Churchill This highlights the dangers of V2 and Communion in the hand, nothing more.

One more thing on this specific thing. While I think Communion on the hand is wrong, and dangerous, this does not mean this specific even is related to it. He could have easily taken Him on his tongue, chewed Him, and spit him out. He could have kept Christ in His mouth and spit Him into a toilet.

The fact is the man was angry, and he did what he did because He was angry, so it doesn't matter how he received, only that he received.
Prayhard
Bergoglio would approve.
Angelo Santelli
The Limits of Dialogue

No, Bergoglio has to go for the sake of the Church. One wonders if Providence is thinking "What is taking these bozos on earth to finally realize Jorge hates them?"

Took me about 2 minutes into his "papacy."
Les Crispi
People can and have abused the Host with on the tongue. The problem is reverence. And not giving communion to those who haven't gone to confession.