Tag: Eucharist

Blasphemy and Drones in Sorocaba

 

Welcome to the 21st century, where we have drones and people are only beginning to explore their potential applications.

So it was that the São Geraldo Magela church in Sorocaba, Brazil recently used a drone to deliver a monstrance to a priest. The drone flies in, and with a little assistance, makes it to the priest, who places it on the altar. For what it’s worth, the crowd loved it, as you can see from the video:

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My fellow Catholics, I have a conundrum for you. There is plenty to applaud in this pop article on eucharistic adoration. But how many Christians wonder as I do about the meaning of their time with “the real presence” of Christ in the Eucharist?  More

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Since this post generated so much buzz I feel obliged to update it. Cardinal Robert Sarah on Tuesday appealed to priests throughout the world to begin saying Mass facing the same direction as the faithful, suggesting that the season of Advent would be an opportune time to do so. More

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Cardinal Robert Sarah, Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, granted an online interview to the French Magazine Famille Chretienne on May 23. The National Catholic Register published the translation here. In his call to the Church to put God back into the center of the liturgy he reminds us […]

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