Tag Archives: eucharist

Correction of the Correction

Correction of the Correction by Jonathan Arrington Prefatory declaration: the author of this piece reached out to several signers personally (or those in service of their Excellencies) to request clarification or a continued discussion of the points at issue. He did not want to write this, nor does he judge himself worthy to be mentioned […]

Prayers by Blessed Bartolo Longo

Prayers to and by Blessed Bartolo Longo From his writings The Rosary a Teacher of Life The Rosary is a teacher of life, a teacher full of gentleness and love, where people beneath the gaze of Mary, almost without noticing, discover they are being slowly educated in preparation for the second life, that which is […]

Can You Get Sick From Communion?

The short answer is yes.  Below will be a story of a priest who was poisoned from the wine during Mass. But first here is what St. Thomas Aquinas says about it. “If it be discovered that the wine has been poisoned, the priest should neither receive it nor administer it to others on any […]

1997 Letter From a Priest to His Parish About Returning the Tabernacle to its Rightful Place

Here is an excerpt from the book “Ugly as Sin” by Michael Rose. In 1997 Fr. Richard Simon of St. Thomas of Canterbury Church in Chicago announced to his parish that he planned to make such a liturgical move because he felt that the experiment of removing the tabernacle from the sanctuary had failed. In […]