Cleansing Fire

Defending Truth and Tradition in the Roman Catholic Church


Alter-ation of the Unfortunate Norm

July 8th, 2009, Promulgated by Gen

He who is “in the Choir Loft” pointed this out to me, and I thought that I should share it with you. I rather enjoyed it, myself, and hope that you will, as well, as this is the fiftieth, yes FIFTIETH, post on this fledgling site.


11 Responses to “Alter-ation of the Unfortunate Norm”

  1. avatar Anonymous says:

    Is this video a proposal for rebuilding Bishop Sheen's historic Altar at Sacred Heart Cathedral, after Bishop Clark retires?

    Bishop Clark destroyed the beautiful altar during the "renovation" of the cathedral.

    It always makes the hair on the back of Bishop Clark's neck stand up straight, when he hears the altar being referred to as "Bishop Sheen's Altar".

  2. avatar Anonymous says:

    I don't know how a TLM could be celebrated using the current, box-shaped floating altar. Bishop Clark had this in his plans all along. Clark wanted to make the reforms of VII permanent in Rochester.

  3. avatar Sister Emily says:

    That was emotional

  4. Bravo! A most splendid transformation!

  5. avatar Anonymous says:

    I wish we had some local priests who would carry out a transformation of their parish's altar like the one in the video.

  6. avatar Anonymous says:

    Just go to St.Stan on Sunday at 1:30pm . Right, Choir?

  7. That's right, Anon 12:54. We move the Novus Ordo altar to the side and use the High Altar. Some people refer to the Novus Ordo altar as the Cranmer Table..HAHAHAHAHA!!!

    Who said traditionalist don't have sense of humor 🙂

  8. avatar Dave says:

    Ray Grosswirth.


  9. avatar Anonymous says:

    Grosswirth smells.

  10. avatar Dr. K says:

    "as this is the fiftieth, yes FIFTIETH, post on this fledgling site."

    That includes 20 this month in only nine days! :^)

    ~Dr. K

  11. avatar Anonymous says:

    Take a bow.

    very nice job.

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