League of Warm & Fuzzy Traditionalists is a community of blogs maintained by various Catholics that love the pre-Vatican II Liturgy. **They denounce the fruits and spirits of Vatican II reforms… **but in a warm and fuzzy way, devoid of evil superiority complexes. A group of happy Catholics in love with their Church, who are staunch traditionalists and only cantankerous half the time.
"Sunday, October 17, 2010
well that was horrible
Rocky and I visited Nativity Church. in Springfield, VA. It was horribly depressing. The church is ugly but that’s standard for churches built in the 60s, 70s and 80s so we didn’t expect anything else. When we arrived a large group baptism ceremony was letting out. Most of the people were still milling around talking loudly and it was like they were at an auditorium. Nobody genuflected or bowed or even nodded towards Jesus. That may be partially because it was so hard to find Him. Nativity had no crucifix, instead there was one of those dopey resurecifixes over the altar. In a shadowy corner nearby was a tiny, ugly box sitting on a pillar. That was the tabernacle."
A very judgmental, anti-Vatican II traditionalist who needs prayers.