South African Archbishop critiques irreverence to Blessed Sacrament…

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In a refreshing critique of the faithful slobbering in church with chewing gum, and showing obvious disrespect for the Real Presence in the tabernacle, South African Archbishop  of Johannesburg, Buti Joseph Tlhagale, an Oblate of Mary Immaculate (OMI) expressed shock at the behavior of believers before the Blessed Sacrament.

Some believers would show “no faith in the real presence” of Christ, said the archbishop. Many did not even knew that you make at the Sign of the Cross with holy water entering a house of God, let alone what this act means. Or that one kneels to the tabernacle in the church before Christ, not even that, before the Lord present in the tabernacle to genuflect when entering and leaving the church.

It appears he may be bi-locating or at least clairvoyant, since the same–at grave levels in some Novus Ordo churches–is at an extreme all time high on the same debased level in many American and western European churches.

Is this not nothing more than the scheming and infiltration of masonic-demonic thinking before the Lord of Hosts, the King of Kings in His own house?

ESH applauds the prelate from South Africa. ESH is also fearful this will accelerate more under the present pontificate, as seen recently at the irreverent World Youth Day in Brazil, beach balls, plastic communion chalices and all.


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