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The Vortex—Critical Moment - In His Love - 12-05-2017

Michael Voris nailed this. I apologize in advance for the bizarre Los Angeles Mass you'll see here. At least, I'm pretty sure it's Los Angeles. It looks like their REC.




RE: The Vortex—Critical Moment - Zedta - 12-05-2017

Here Here!!

:clap:


RE: The Vortex—Critical Moment - angeltime - 12-05-2017

(12-05-2017, 07:04 PM)In His Love Wrote: Michael Voris nailed this. I apologize in advance for the bizarre Los Angeles Mass you'll see here. At least, I'm pretty sure it's Los Angeles. It looks like their REC.
Peace.....thankyou so much for sharing all the videos; this is the first I heard of Vasula and I was truly inspired.  Blessings, angeltime  



RE: The Vortex—Critical Moment - Pulvis - 12-06-2017

Yes he did.


RE: The Vortex—Critical Moment - Sacred Heart lover - 12-06-2017

With so many bishops and priests having lost belief in the real presence, does transubstantiation actually take place in their masses?

Are they able to give the correct intent for it to take place?


RE: The Vortex—Critical Moment - Zedta - 12-06-2017

(12-06-2017, 06:49 PM)Sacred Heart lover Wrote: With so many bishops and priests having lost belief in the real presence, does transubstantiation actually take place in their masses?

Are they able to give the correct intent for it to take place?

I could be wrong, but if a priest who is in mortal sin may still say a valid Mass, then it may follow, that so long as a validly ordained priest says the words of consecration, and says them correctly, then consubstantiation takes place.


RE: The Vortex—Critical Moment - jovan66102 - 12-06-2017

(12-06-2017, 07:15 PM)Zedta Wrote:
(12-06-2017, 06:49 PM)Sacred Heart lover Wrote: With so many bishops and priests having lost belief in the real presence, does transubstantiation actually take place in their masses?

Are they able to give the correct intent for it to take place?

I could be wrong, but if a priest who is in mortal sin may still say a valid Mass, then it may follow, that so long as a validly ordained priest says the words of consecration, and says them correctly, then consubstantiation takes place.

It is my understanding that unless he has actively formed an intention to NOT do as the Church intends and to NOT confect the Sacrament it would be a valid Mass with transubstantiation. Just as a heretic may validly baptise as long as he intends to what the Church intends, whether he believes in baptismal regeneration or not.


RE: The Vortex—Critical Moment - jovan66102 - 12-06-2017

And, Zedta, I'm assuming that you have not become a follower of the heresiarch Luther, and that you did NOT mean 'consubstantiation', but the Catholic 'transubstantiation! :LOL:


RE: The Vortex—Critical Moment - Zedta - 12-06-2017

(12-06-2017, 09:21 PM)jovan66102 Wrote: And, Zedta, I'm assuming that you have not become a follower of the heresiarch Luther, and that you did NOT mean 'consubstantiation', but the Catholic 'transubstantiation! :LOL:

That's what happens when you let the computer correct your spelling and don't recheck it!


RE: The Vortex—Critical Moment - In His Love - 12-07-2017

(12-06-2017, 10:03 PM)Zedta Wrote:
(12-06-2017, 09:21 PM)jovan66102 Wrote: And, Zedta, I'm assuming that you have not become a follower of the heresiarch Luther, and that you did NOT mean 'consubstantiation', but the Catholic 'transubstantiation! :LOL:

That's what happens when you let the computer correct your spelling and don't recheck it!
Is your computer a Lutheran?