Our Father, Who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy Name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Amen.
PATER NOSTER, qui es in caelis, sanctificetur nomen tuum. Adveniat regnum tuum. Fiat voluntas tua, sicut in caelo et in terra. Panem nostrum quotidianum da nobis hodie, et dimitte nobis debita nostra sicut et nos dimittimus debitoribus nostris. Et ne nos inducas in tentationem, sed libera nos a malo. Amen
As Antipope Bergoglio continues his relentless attack on Jesus Christ and His Holy Church, pushing for maximum desecration of the Most Holy Eucharist by unworthy reception, and for maximum latae sententiae excommunication of priests and bishops via the sin of incitement – that is, telling, encouraging and ratifying people to commit mortal sin, most especially within the context of the Sacrament of Confession, the image above came across my transom.
Just briefly, we all do understand that Amoris Laetitia is a satanic maw of incitement and thus clerical latae sentntiae excommunication machine, yes? Remember Pope Benedict XVI’s warning that The Church was about to become VERY SMALL? I think it has already happened. By now, how many priests and bishops remain that haven’t committed incitement, and thus excommunicated themselves latae sententiae? And what exactly is excommunication? It means that a person can not receive Holy Communion. Hence, “EX” meaning “without” or “outside” and “COMMUNICATE” meaning “to receive Holy Communion”. It doesn’t mean that they are “thrown out of The Church”. In fact, excommunicated persons, whether the excommunication is public or not, are still obliged to attend Mass on Sundays, just like everyone else. Priests that offer the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in this state VALIDLY CONSECRATE THE HOST AND CHALICE. Donatism is a foul heresy and must be shot down always and everywhere. What priests and bishops that are in mortal sin or latae sententiae excommunicated do when they offer the Mass is heap more mortal sin upon themselves. Every Mass that they offer is illicit, and mortal sin to them, but these Masses are still valid. How could the faithful POSSIBLY be held responsible for the state of the soul of the priest?
Back to the image above. This is from Orvieto, Italy, where a Eucharistic miracle is housed. In the year ARSH 1263, a consecrated Host began to bleed, and the corporal, or white napkin-like piece of cloth used in the Mass, was stained with Blood. This corporal is housed in Orvieto, Italy, and this miracle is what inspired the feast of Corpus Christi. All of the art in this chapel revolves around the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist. The image above is just one scene from the ceiling.
In the center, we see the consecrated Host and Chalice upon the altar, and in fact you can see the square corporal. On the left, we see a priest hearing the confession of a penitent. Notice how the penitent is kneeling, and not looking at the priest, nor is the priest looking at him. Confession is NOT therapy. Confession is self-accusation, not self-justification, not excuse-making, not finger-pointing, not navel-gazing, not a social experience.
On the right, we see St. Paul, with his name written below, “S. PAULUS APLS.” APLS, of course an abbreviation for “Apostle” in Latin. We can also tell it is St. Paul by his male pattern baldness. St. Paul is helpfully pointing to Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ physically and substantially present upon the altar with his right hand, and helpfully pointing with his left hand to a short text in Latin. What does this text say? It is St. Paul’s words from 1 Corinthians 11: 28-29. This is the full Latin text:
Probet autem seipsum homo : et sic de pane illo edat, et de calice bibat. Qui enim manducat et bibit indigne, judicium sibi manducat et bibit.
If you look at the fresco, you can see that many words are abbreviated, which is very common in Latin inscriptions. For example, the very first word “Probet” is abbreviated “PBET”. The second word “autem” is abbreviated “AUT”. The third word “seipsum” is abbreviated “SEIPM”. And so on. This isn’t some attempt at hiding meaning from anyone. It is purely to save space, and allow as much information to be conveyed in a given space, with the largest possible lettering – precisely so it CAN be seen and CAN be read from a distance. How many hundreds of abbreviations do we use in English today? Ave., Mr., Mrs., Etc., St., Approx., Thx., w/, b/c, c/o, FAQ….
And what does 1 Corinthians 11: 28-29 say in our barbarous tongue?
But let a man prove himself: and so let him eat of that Bread, and drink of the Chalice.
Probet autem seipsum homo : et sic de pane illo edat, et de calice bibat.
For he that eateth and drinketh unworthily, eateth and drinketh judgment to himself
Qui enim manducat et bibit indigne, judicium sibi manducat et bibit
This is St. Paul’s dire warning against receiving Holy Communion in a state of unconfessed mortal sin, which is sacrilege. And the fresco above from the middle 1300s is clearly reinforcing this IMMUTABLE TRUTH. This is the Apostolic Faith.
I hope this helps.
St. Paul, pray for us.
Christ, have mercy on us.
An eagle-eyed reader (one of many) pointed out that 1 Corinthians 11: 28-29 exists exactly NOWHERE in the Novus Ordo Lectionary. The Lectionary is all of the scripture readings for a given Rite. In the Novus Ordo, the Lectionary is famously a THREE YEAR cycle (A-B-C), marketed by the Freemasons who created it as being so much “richer” because it contains so much more scripture. Except… like Thomas Jefferson editing out every reference to the supernatural and thus publishing the “Jefferson Gospel”, the Freemasons in the Church in the 20th Century did a very similar thing. 1 Corinthians 11: 28-29… GONE! And, wait for it, also edited out was the Institution of the Eucharist at the Last Supper. This portion of the Gospel is NEVER PROCLAIMED in the Novus Ordo. Nevermind the Imprecatory Psalms being totally eliminated from the Liturgy of the Minutes.