Profanation of the Sacrament of Divine Love

Source: District of Asia

Footage recorded at São Geraldo Magela church in the Archdiocese of Sorocaba on Easter Sunday is going viral on the net.  It shows a drone flying in the door and delivers a monstrance with the Blessed Sacrament to the priest.  The congregation cheered and clapped as the drone made its way to the altar. (RT News)

This impious and sacrilegious act needs serious reparation.  But what is the cause?  It is the priest’s fault?  Who is to blame?  Msgr. Lefebvre clearly points out the source of all these abuses: The New Mass!

“Now the Real Presence is practically denied even by priests, and perhaps even by bishops, because the marks of adoration of the Blessed Sacrament are no longer given. They rarely genuflect. It is really unimaginable! In the end, they come to believe that the Eucharist is only bread, in remembrance of Our Lord, but not His real Body and Blood, nor His Divinity.  If you do not genuflect before Our Lord, if you do not show respect before the Real Presence of Our Lord Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament, you will end up not believing in it anymore.” (Cf. Mass of all times)

And as for the priests how prescribe such abomination: Is it not a greater crime than Judas’s?  How will he face the good God on his Judgment day?

And already on the threshold of eternity, if the priest in meeting with Christ should ask: “Who art Thou, Lord?” Jesus may reply, not in the words He spoke to Saul, but with a look which could be transcribed: “For thee, I am a nobody; even my Name you took from every day from the first words of her liturgy to the last, kept on repeating through thy lips, with ecstatic self-abasement: ‘My Lord and My God!’ thou, with the voice of thy lewd concupiscence over-mastering thy heart and memory and imagination and every atom of thy foul being, didst declare: ‘Impossible! How could I behave like this towards a real God? No, God is not here: this is nothing but a parody, a means of livelihood; the most I am doing is pretending; I’m a good actor on the stage.’ And therefore, to thee I have been a nobody, whereas thou, at my profaned altars from the first word to the last that came out of thy infamous mouth, thou in all thy movements and at every step was a cynical hypocrite, a poisonous viper.”  “The hour is come now to tear away every mask, to light up every dark corner, and to restore to each one his proper name.” (the Priest at prayer)

Let us kneel down in spirit of reparation and beg the Sacred Heart to accept our humble acts of expiation ‘for the profanation of the very Sacrament of His Divine Love’. (Act of Reparation to the Sacred Heart, Pius XI).