Devolution

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Temperance
The church and its priests have NO backbone!!! During WW2 the priests were out in the open with bullets flying by them while they were giving last rights. They did not care about dieing but cared for the souls of their people. Now the priests are afraid of a virus and afraid of the state. It really is pathetic! Makes me so sad and also angry.
De Profundis
How far removed we have become from the traditional rubrics governing the integrity of the Blessed Sacrament. The Eucharist has not changed, has our faith?
Ultraviolet
Painfully accurate. But that's a good thing, -especially since the age demographics are also correct.
De Profundis
Another step
Ultraviolet
Oh look, it's one of those "resumed" Masses. with "reasonable precautions. Yeesh...
HerzMariae
Another SC parish attached. Notice the communion shaming in the last paragraph.
Ultraviolet
They'll soon discover it is impossible to shame traditionalists into accepting the non-traditional modernist method of receiving -especially in "trad" services/ parishes.Let's be charitable and pretend this is just "good PR" to make the Novus Ordo types happy.
Rafał_Ovile
Official persecution of Catholics.
Tesa
Edward Pentin published pictures from today. Random Roman church after the Masses started again,
HerzMariae
This is when you think the King of Kings would use his own flesh to poison you.
De Profundis
Catholics will then fiddle with and remove the mask while holding Our Lord in the Host, increasing chances that the Host / particles drop to the floor.
Rafał_Ovile
Christ is certainly dropped on the floor, stepped on by foot and profaned. Objectively also by these faithful who received Communion on the tongue stepping on Particles invisible to the eye. This is a tragic crime committed by modernists and apostates occupying Mother Church.
Eva
Out of reverence towards this Sacrament [the Holy Eucharist], nothing touches it, but what is consecrated; hence the corporal and the chalice are consecrated, and likewise the priest's hands, for touching this Sacrament. -St. Thomas Aquinas, ST III, q. 82, a. 3