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Offline Phyllo

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« on: March 05, 2015, 09:40:26 AM »
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  • This is an article from CFN about the New Mass.
    I thought it was interesting.
    I hope I am allowed to post the link here.

    http://www.cfnews.org/page88/files/2c65818926cec8f3f44e00752eba66bb-348.html

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    « Reply #1 on: March 05, 2015, 12:03:33 PM »
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  • It was my generation, the early baby boomers of WW2. That had to go through the changes
    starting in the early 1960's.  First the changes were effecting the Latin which a very few
    understood unless you attended a Catholic High School in which I attended. I had 4 years
    of Latin. Graduated with the class of 1966.
    The changes that started in the First Advent of 1964 in which many Catholic Churches
    in my area turned that altar around first by a table than a permanent table with the
    old altar completely removed, one parish in Venice, Ca. The old altar was in plain view
    after being dumped in the front of the church when people entered the church for
    Mass.
    When the new mass was introduced in 1969. I immediately notice how protestant it was.
    And I had to leave church to avoid contamination with protestant ideals.
    The proof is in the results. When I attended my 30th High School Reunion.  Not one
    were practicing their faith and were just concerned with the things of the world and
    how successful they are. One of my former classmates left the church and became a
    protestant.  I knew him since the First Grade. He came from a devout Catholic Family
    and served Mass for years.
    I was given a VHS tape of the 20th High School reunion and it was an absolute
    scandal. Even the priest teachers participated in it.  Since we have women on this
    forum. I will not discuss it.
    I myself came from a protestant family. My Dad religion was Southern Baptist and my
    My Mother's was Methodist. She converted to the Catholic Religion in 1953, and my
    my brothers and Sisters in the same year, and when they were born.
    From my judgment Vatican 2 has been very bad for the church and my generation
    mostly went along with it.
    I did not bother to respond to an invitation for the 40th reunion because I was heading
    out of Dodge City.
     


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    « Reply #2 on: March 05, 2015, 12:27:35 PM »
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  • It saddens me that people of my generation who grew up with the TLM and have gone to the NO won't even consider going to a TLM.

    I consider myself fortunate that we have a priest in a local parish that actually put up an altar rail and celebrates the TLM.  I go there every Sunday at 3PM.  I love the LM.  And yes I think a lot of people have left the church because of the NO.

    At the NO Mass at my parish you never hear the priest say Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.  I just find the entire affair upsetting..

    This priest, if we are lucky will remain with this parish for another 6 years then they will transfer him.  I hope they replace him with another priest brave enough to celebrate the TLM.

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    « Reply #3 on: March 05, 2015, 08:58:23 PM »
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  • 1953: Boy, does that sound familiar.  I was born in 1952 and you paint the same picture that I would.  My husbands parents were Baptist and no religion.  After 4 years of marriage they both became Catholics.  Catholics were admired after the war.  When there is war the truth shows for itself and people like the Faith, love it.  I married my school mate.  So, we have a reunion every day, ha!

    But the sad thing is, the same picture, all the class mates are out of the church or New Order IF there is any there.  The priest that married us messed with our cousin, an altar boy.  We found this out 2 years ago.  Fort Wayne, IN area.
    My family is three fourths out and only a few are New Order.  We are traditional, Thank God, since 1996.

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    « Reply #4 on: March 05, 2015, 09:11:45 PM »
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    It saddens me that people of my generation who grew up with the TLM and have gone to the NO won't even consider going to a TLM.

    I consider myself fortunate that we have a priest in a local parish that actually put up an altar rail and celebrates the TLM.  I go there every Sunday at 3PM.  I love the LM.  And yes I think a lot of people have left the church because of the NO.

    At the NO Mass at my parish you never hear the priest say Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.  I just find the entire affair upsetting..

    This priest, if we are lucky will remain with this parish for another 6 years then they will transfer him.  I hope they replace him with another priest brave enough to celebrate the TLM.


    Where is that?
    To live with the Saints in Heaven is all bliss and glory....To live with the saints on Earth is just another story!  (unknown)


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    « Reply #5 on: March 05, 2015, 09:22:33 PM »
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  • This article is about a conference given by Father Themann. He gained notoriety among traditional circles for both his defense of Bishop Fellay and his "ecumenism" with apostate Rome as well as his declaration that most Freemasons do not sin by being Freemasons.
    In a Station of the Metro
    The apparition of these faces in the crowd;
    Petals on a wet, black bough.

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    « Reply #6 on: March 06, 2015, 07:12:31 AM »
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    This priest, if we are lucky will remain with this parish for another 6 years then they will transfer him.  I hope they replace him with another priest brave enough to celebrate the TLM.


    Consider the full meaning of this hope.  

    You hope that a priest will be brave enough to say the Mass of the Catholic Church that existed for centuries in a Catholic Church--or, more accurately, a church building that once was a Catholic Church but has been stolen by the hirelings.

    It is shameful that we now consider as brave a man who will say the Catholic Mass in a building that is supposed to be a Catholic Church.  We used to think it brave when a man would say the Catholic Mass in a place where the secular government oppressed the Catholic Church--but now it is the Conciliar church that oppresses the Catholic Church.

    And why is he brave?  Because everyone, and I mean every single person, knows that such an act is hated by the hierarchy; that such an act is viewed by the bishop as revolutionary, almost schismatic; that such an act is considered tantamount to disobedience to the Conciliar church!  And yet, people continue to think of this sect as Catholic.

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    « Reply #7 on: March 06, 2015, 08:36:01 AM »
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    It saddens me that people of my generation who grew up with the TLM and have gone to the NO won't even consider going to a TLM.

    I consider myself fortunate that we have a priest in a local parish that actually put up an altar rail and celebrates the TLM.  I go there every Sunday at 3PM.  I love the LM.  And yes I think a lot of people have left the church because of the NO.

    At the NO Mass at my parish you never hear the priest say Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.  I just find the entire affair upsetting..

    This priest, if we are lucky will remain with this parish for another 6 years then they will transfer him.  I hope they replace him with another priest brave enough to celebrate the TLM.

    And where is that?
    To live with the Saints in Heaven is all bliss and glory....To live with the saints on Earth is just another story!  (unknown)


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    « Reply #8 on: March 06, 2015, 08:48:47 AM »
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  • The majority of my generation who was born at start of Vatican II are divorced  athesists, witches, etc. And they have children who declare themselves as atheists, witches etc.  and most of them are former Catholics.  Yeah, Halloween is everyday for them. These are people from my hometown.  People I grew up with.  And their parents sit like zombies during blasphemus Vatican II mess.  
    Who are they to judge their children and grand children and neighbors who are athesists, witches, sodomites, drug addicts, etc.  But they judge Traditional Catholics.

    Diobolical disorientation.




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    « Reply #9 on: March 06, 2015, 12:39:33 PM »
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    It saddens me that people of my generation who grew up with the TLM and have gone to the NO won't even consider going to a TLM.

    I consider myself fortunate that we have a priest in a local parish that actually put up an altar rail and celebrates the TLM.  I go there every Sunday at 3PM.  I love the LM.  And yes I think a lot of people have left the church because of the NO.

    At the NO Mass at my parish you never hear the priest say Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.  I just find the entire affair upsetting..

    This priest, if we are lucky will remain with this parish for another 6 years then they will transfer him.  I hope they replace him with another priest brave enough to celebrate the TLM.


    Where is that?


    St. Columbanus in Cortlandt Manor New York.

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    « Reply #10 on: March 06, 2015, 12:57:39 PM »
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  • You are very blessed by God to have the true Mass.  

    To live with the Saints in Heaven is all bliss and glory....To live with the saints on Earth is just another story!  (unknown)


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    « Reply #11 on: March 07, 2015, 06:55:18 AM »
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    This priest, if we are lucky will remain with this parish for another 6 years then they will transfer him.  I hope they replace him with another priest brave enough to celebrate the TLM.


    Consider the full meaning of this hope.  

    You hope that a priest will be brave enough to say the Mass of the Catholic Church that existed for centuries in a Catholic Church--or, more accurately, a church building that once was a Catholic Church but has been stolen by the hirelings.

    It is shameful that we now consider as brave a man who will say the Catholic Mass in a building that is supposed to be a Catholic Church.  We used to think it brave when a man would say the Catholic Mass in a place where the secular government oppressed the Catholic Church--but now it is the Conciliar church that oppresses the Catholic Church.

    And why is he brave?  Because everyone, and I mean every single person, knows that such an act is hated by the hierarchy; that such an act is viewed by the bishop as revolutionary, almost schismatic; that such an act is considered tantamount to disobedience to the Conciliar church!  And yet, people continue to think of this sect as Catholic.


    Yes and I understand that he got push back when he put up the altar rail.  He is the Pastor of his church so I guess he can do pretty much what he wants.  We have about 25-30 people on any given Sunday.  It is a shame more people don't take advantage of the Mass.  I guess they prefer the almost nothingness of the NO.

     

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