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View more photo’s here: Source: New Liturgical Movement: Photos of Bishop Perry’s Mass in Philadelphia
Every day, on the altars of Catholic churches around the world, the greatest miracle possible takes place: the transformation of bread and wine into the true Body and Blood of Christ.
Laboratory analyses confirm that the structure of the cardiac muscle fibers and the structure of the bread are intertwined in a way impossible to reproduce by human means.
The Host is tissue from heart of a dying man.
In its official communiqué, the Metropolitan Curia of Bialystok stated:
“The Sokolka event is not opposed to the faith of the Church; rather, it confirms it. The Church professes that, after the words of consecration, by the power of the Holy Spirit, the bread is transformed into the Body of Christ, and the wine into His Blood. Additionally, this is an invitation for all ministers of the Eucharist to distribute the Body of the Lord with faith and care, and for the faithful to receive Him with adoration.”
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BTW, when God has something “better” for us it may involve short-term suffering… just don’t try to carry it alone.
How many kinds of prayers are there? Thanksgiving, Praise, Worship/Adoration, Petition (request), Intercession, can you think of others? How about just informally turning our thoughts/heart to God? CC2634
California Catholic Daily
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Dr. Robert Moynihan is reporting:
The prevailing orthodoxy is that, while other aspects of the post-conciliar liturgical reform might legitimately be questioned, the new lectionary is an obvious success. However, in recent years there have been more people asking whether or not this common view is justified—especially since it can be argued that, rather than following historical precedents in the Roman tradition and retaining and enhancing the readings already in place, Coetus XI of the Consilium went far beyond the principles of Sacrosanctum Concilium 23 by designing a lectionary ex novo.
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