Holy Mass: As It Should Be Explained To Those Who Do Not Understand.


I was in class at school with this guy many years ago, and visited him briefly last week for some catch-up. He speaks very well for Christ, I think.

(PS: If you hear no sound, move your mouse-cursor over the video pane and click the little crossed-out speaker icon bottom-right).

About Brother Burrito

A sinner who hopes in God's Mercy, and who cannot stop smiling since realizing that Christ IS the Way , the Truth and the Life. Alleluia!
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5 Responses to Holy Mass: As It Should Be Explained To Those Who Do Not Understand.

  1. Brother Burrito says:

    Why has nobody commented on this near-perfect exposition about the Mass?


  2. johnhenrycn says:

    I didn’t because I vowed on May Day to give up blogging forever and never come back; and so I must have missed this post before I broke my vow. But I was thinking of you BB and your health.


  3. johnhenrycn says:

    …I had been planning on offering an intention for you at Mass in my capacity as a lector (we end our Prayers of the Faithful – your Bidding Prayers – with private intentions) but I’m having lower leg joint pains today and had to ask another lector to switch with me. Next week. I won’t forget!


  4. johnhenrycn says:

    …anyroad, tomorrow is Victoria Day (the nearest Monday to Queen Victoria’s birthday) over here, which we celebrate with fireworks across our land, but which you people never celebrate at all for some reason. I have a snuff box (inherited) with VRI engraved on the cap. I plan to depart from blogworld again in memory of that great woman who would not have been amused by it. Blogworld, that is. Let’s see if I can keep my vow this time. I admire Tom Fisher, and Roger and Michael Kenny.


  5. Brother Burrito says:

    Aw gee thanx JH!

    I was just thinking about Canada as my sister is about to visit Vancouver for a week. That’s just around the corner from you n’est-ce pas? She and hubby are hoping their wastrel son will let them see him briefly-he’s just down the road in Seattle studying even more. Families are great aren’t they.

    I am also about to visit my other, singleton, sister the alcoholic for a week of conversing drily together over lots of tea and coffee and other distractions. Wish me luck.

    I admire you.

    PS: I just found this near-live footage of the British health service as it functions today.


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