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AND THE PRIZE GOES TO:  

“The bishops’ post received more than 1,200 responses. The vast majority say faith in the eucharistic Lord can only be ignited by treating Him reverently in countless ways. Specific advice to bishops included:
Masses should be said ad orientem
Communion rails should be restored
Tabernacles should be front and center
Ordained priests and deacons should distribute Holy Communion
Communicants should receive while kneeling and on the tongue
Communion in the hand should be banned
Communicants should dress appropriately
Gregorian chant, sacred music and Latin at Mass should be restored
Sacred silence at Mass should be restored
Eucharistic adoration should be promoted
Homilies should teach the Real Presence
Remind communicants to receive only in a state of grace
Encourage confession and make it available before Mass
Pro-abortion politicians must not receive Holy Communion”

Even non-Catholics say reverence is key while bishops offer reading material

Source: Catholics to US Bishops: Restore Eucharistic Belief Through Tradition, Orthodoxy

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Enliven your faith in the Eucharist today by meditating with this verse by Thomas Aquinas: Not to sight, or taste, or touch be credit.Hearing only do we trust secure;I believe, for God the Son has said it —Word of truth that ever shall endure. Seeing, touching, tasting are in Thee deceived:How says trusty hearing? That […]

via Enliven your faith in the Eucharist today by meditating with this verse by Thomas Aquinas — ABYSSUS ABYSSUM INVOCAT / DEEP CALLS TO DEEP

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“In the Eucharist, after the priest consecrates the bread and wine and they are, in fact, transubstantiated into the body, blood, soul and divinity of our Lord, our Lord is then entirely present. Neither bread nor wine remains. However, the accidents of bread and wine (size, weight, taste, texture) do remain. Hence, the essential reason why Catholics are not guilty of cannibalism is the fact that we do not receive our Lord in a cannibalistic form. We receive him in the form of bread and wine. The two are qualitatively different.”

https://www.catholic.com/magazine/online-edition/are-catholics-cannibals

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Published on Mar 10, 2018

In this live stream, I tackle the following questions:

00:01 How to understand Jesus’ reference to the bronze serpent in the desert? (John 3)

07:39 How can a Protestant with an illness receive healing through the Catholic sacraments?

18:09 If God used evolution to produce the human race, were Adam and Eve’s parents non-humans, and would they have had souls?

21:15 If a Catholic wants to marry an atheist, what does the Catholic need to do in terms of the wedding, etc.?

23:30 Should the Church mandate the Tridentine, Latin Mass for everyone to restore reverence?

29:27 Did Jesus appear to Mary after the Resurrection?

31:44 What’s the difference between being unworthy to receive Communion and receiving Communion unworthily?

34:43 What does Paul mean by “works of the Law” in Romans 3:28, given that he talks about sin and morals earlier in the chapter?

44:25 Who is the greatest member of the Legion of Super-Heroes?

45:34 Who created the Nefilim or giants in the Old Testament?

49:24 Is danger of death the only situation in which Protestants can receive Communion in a Catholic church?

52:05 How to answer Bart Ehrman’s charge that the New Testament contains contradictions that undermine Christian claims?

1:02:08 Why did John the Baptist call Jesus the Lamb of God? How did he know this title?

 

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BLOGGER’S NOTE:  In order to become Saints we must overcome those obstacles in our lives that keep us from the Lord.  Its sad that those today cannot overcome their sin like the Saints did in the past.  Sin never changes not matter how times chance. We mock the Lord and the Saints in our modern pursuits.

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Cdl. Cocopalmieri: Continence isn’t required for those who feel they can’t change

Source: Vatican’s Top Canonist: Civilly Remarried Can Receive Sacraments

 

 

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BLOGGER’S NOTE:  THIS BLOGGER THINKS THIS STORY SHOULD GET AROUND THE WORLD TO ALL OF WE CATHOLIC BROTHERS AND SISTERS.  PEACEFULLY WE SHOULD LET THE SPAINISH GOVERNMENT KNOW THIS IS AN OFFENSE TO GOD BUT TO THE WORLD OF CHRISTIANITY. IF THIS IS DONE TO WE CHRITIANS IT WILL BE DONE TO EVERY CHRISTIAN. IF THERE IS A PETITION REGARDING THIS MATTER SIGN IT.

Man desecrates consecrated Hosts by using them to spell out

Source: Spanish Judge Dismisses Sacrilege, Calls Sacred Host ‘Small White Object’

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The pope who implemented the reforms of the Second Vatican Council, Paul VI, is often accused of doing nothing to prevent Communion in the hand. But this isn’t the case; his document

Source: Mysterium Fide

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