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Sunday, February 11, 2007
French Tridentine Mass Video
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I had to share this French video of a priest presiding at the Consecration in a Tridentine Mass. I found it rather beautiful. While watching, note the great care and honor given to the Lord. After the priest touches the Consecrated Host (which truly is Jesus Christ), the fingers that touched it are to be kept together. The priest shall touch nothing except Our Lord in the Eucharist until they have had water and wine poured over them. The priest will then consume the water and wine to insure that no particle of Our Lord's true presence would be neglected and fall to the ground. Each particle of the Eucharist is truly Jesus! I love the reverence found in the Tridentine Liturgy.

4 comments:

del_button February 11, 2007 at 2:11 PM
Mark said...

thank you so much for this!

del_button February 13, 2007 at 8:23 AM
Deo Juvante said...

a friendly correction... the fingers aren't was using Holy Water. The server pours wine and water from the cruets.

del_button June 1, 2007 at 10:27 AM
jose said...

thank you the presentation is beutiful and informative

del_button January 13, 2008 at 1:59 AM
Anonymous said...

God bless you for stating right from the start, simply and plainly, that you know the Roman Catholic Church is that same eternal Holy Mother Church established by Our Lord Jesus Christ, "outside of which there is No Salvation". This Truth has been taught by Our Lord Himself and thus by His Church since the beginning. Those who in the 20th & 21st Centuries say this is not so, including uninformed &/or mistaken people even within the Church Herself, simply have not studied the myriad Church documents of every century over the last 2,000 years which uphold this fact plainly and without prevarication: including the multitude of Papal Bulls in which the Popes have stated this Truth "for all eternity" (to quote the Bulls), emphatically repeating in each Bull that this Truth absolutely cannot be rendered null or void by any human, period.

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