Thursday, May 28, 2009

Catechism books and Communion in the hand

It is sad that an almost surefire indicator that a youngster in our diocese is not product of our Catholic schools is when he or she receives Communion on the tongue. Such a child will be either home-schooled or from a public school.


These photos are gleaned from an elementary catechism textbook, "We Believe" used in Corpus Christi Diocese which is published by Sadler. 100% of the photos of young people and the Holy Eucharist are of hand Communion. See how a practice introduced as an option has become mandatory? See how deceitful our opponents are! They say "the Church has room for 'all kinds'" but then why does this book contain zero photos of children kneeling to receive Communion, and even zero of children receiving on the tongue?

[my source for this tells me that 99% of the children in the school where this textbook is used take Communion in the hand]

Brainwashing works!

K. C.
















[images from "We Believe"

imprimatur Bishop William Bullock

2004]
Es triste que un método casi segura para determinar que un joven en nuestra diócesis no es producto de nuestras escuelas católicas es cuando él o ella recibe la Comunión en la boca. Ese niño será el hogar o la escuela de una escuela pública.
Estas fotos son extraídos de un libro de texto elemental catecismo, "creemos", utilizada en la Diócesis de Corpus Christi, que es publicado por Sadler. 100% de las fotos de los jóvenes y la Eucaristía son parte de la Comunión. Vea cómo una práctica introducida como opción se ha convertido en obligatoria? Vea cómo nuestros adversarios son engañosos! Dicen que "la Iglesia tiene espacio para" todo tipo "pero entonces ¿por qué este libro no contiene ningun foto de niños comulgando de rodillas, tanpoco de niños que reciben en la boca?
"Brainwashing" funciona!
K. C.


4 comments:

  1. Propaganda! Receiving in the hand is an indult, not the norm.

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  2. Thanks Baymedlevel! Do you know of a parish within our diocese which has a lot of people kneeling to receive?

    K. C.

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  3. I only teach the norm at my parish, I refuse to teach the indult, it's a matter of conscience :)

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  4. KC you can kneel for communion at St. Helena's on Wooldridge Rd. We have the TLM at our new time, 0900 (9AM) every Sunday.

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