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Old Mar 7, '05, 6:19 pm
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Default Photographs from 2005 Los Angeles Religious Education Conference

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I usually do not post on forums, but when I saw these pictures I could not believe it.
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Old Mar 7, '05, 6:34 pm
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It's like he's telling the Holy See, "Kiss my grits!"
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Old Mar 7, '05, 6:44 pm
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It's Los Angeles. You couldn't believe it?

What I wouldn't believe is if he actually celebrated a Mass the way the Church intends it to be celebrated.

I think I will say a special prayer tonight for the poor Catholics in LA. Sometimes, I think I have it bad but then I'm reminded it could always be worse.
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Old Mar 7, '05, 6:48 pm
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That is rediculous and I am being nice
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Old Mar 7, '05, 6:51 pm
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Sometimes I wish the Church still had anathema ceremonies. Anathematizing this guy would be perfect. It would send the message that the Church is for real when it comes to these abuses. The faithful would get the message that this stuff is not tolerated. It would be a deterant to the clergy. I guess I know this wouldn't solve the problem, but I can't think of anything else. So frustrating!
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nuff said.
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What a long service -- It must have begun during Advent, continued through Ordinary Time, and finally concluded during Lent!

(There's a perfectly serviceable photo from 2005 -- Why use the photo from 2004?)
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No surprise.
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Oh my ....
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It's Los Angeles. You couldn't believe it?

What I wouldn't believe is if he actually celebrated a Mass the way the Church intends it to be celebrated.

I think I will say a special prayer tonight for the poor Catholics in LA. Sometimes, I think I have it bad but then I'm reminded it could always be worse.
As an 8th generation Californio who lives within the Archdiocese of Los Angeles I can assure you that this sort of behavior is not typical of what one is exposed to at local parishes.

I seriously doubt you have been to the Mass within the Archdiocese. Don't make a fool of yourself by making a blanket statemen for by far the largest Archdiocese in the USA based on what you read...
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Let's play a game....how many violations of Redemptionis Sacramentum can you count????
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So, which of the girls did they sacrifice?
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Does the Los Angeles Diocese have Liturgical dance classes that I can sign up for? On second thought forget it I can't do the splits anymore.
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When I look at those photos and see the body of christ consecrated in a wicker basket, the blood of Christ poured out of a Kool-Aid pitcher into glass stemware, and the wiccan dancing at the altar:

I can only think of the St. Michael Prayer composed 33 years before the Miracle of the Sun at Fatima, by Pope Leo XIII; in a vision he had been shown the fearful battle to be waged between Satan and St. Michael. over the Church of the future. I can only imagine what put him in that trance for 10 minutes which led him to immediately compose the prayer. Now, as never before, the Church needs the intercession of St. Michael!!
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