Cleansing Fire

Defending Truth and Tradition in the Roman Catholic Church


October 23rd, 2009, Promulgated by Choir

I thought I had seen most liturgical abuse videos, but this one I hadn’t.

Where do you start with the insanity of these supposed Catholic people sitting in the congregation and thinking these abuses are just okay. I guess 45 years of mush that passes for the Catholic faith and in this video is what you get.

The priest in the Halloween Mass should be, if he has a good bishop, be taken in and severely reprimanded. Assuming his bishop is orthodox. This is all crazy. If immediately after the Second Vatican Council, this is what people experienced, there would have been a revolt against these innovations.

In the African Puppet Mass, at about 10:00, you just imagine the Precious Blood of Our Lord spilling all over the place from the “glass” chalice.

In the agenda-driven Women “Priests” Mass, how obvious the agenda against male pronouns. And just like, Bishop Clark, the point is made by saying “women and men”, it used to be “men and women” . Small point I know, but it is so insidiously inserted in his vocabulary. Clark was trained, by whom I don’t know, to put “women” instead of “men” first. It reminds me again how Bishop Clark changed his one time episcopal motto from “His Love Endures Forever” to “God’s Love Endures Forever”. What a pawn.




4 Responses to “ARRRGGGHHHH!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I've actually seen a few of these abuses in Rochester.

  2. Anonymous says:

    hmmmm. I wonder were they catholic masses?

  3. Mary Kay says:

    While some of this video unfortunately and painfully appears genuine, some of it is not, and the initial section is too choppy to know.

    In the obvious "Not genuine" category is "clown mass #2" which has absolutely nothing to show that it's a Catholic Mass and several reasons indicating that it's an intentional imitation or mockery of a Mass. Also the "women priests" was clearly not a real Mass.

    I also wonder how old these clips are. After hearing the Novus Ordo referred to generically as "the clown Mass," I looked for videos. I found the same two or three examples that had gone viral and none of them seem recent.

    There are several difficulties with giving that video uncritical credence. Nothing was sourced in that video. Enough real problems exist without dragging in instances that if fact-checked, turned out to be different than what's claimed.

    There's a saying that "hard cases make bad law" which means that you can?t make a good case based on finding the most extreme, outrageous examples.

    Bottom line, certainly there's a need for faithful liturgy. It would be wise to keep things in perspective.

  4. Yapollo says:

    Okay then…

    Some of these clips made me involuntarily flinch. I cannot believe so much tradition can be disregarded

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