Re: Re: reorganisation and destruction of irish catholic churches

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And for the benefit of the over educated members of the CLoyne HACK and their daft ideas of “communal” worship with everyone huddled around an “altar” (much as we saw in the church of 2010 above), well just to show how very un-Vatican II this is, take a look at this article published by the Ecclesiological Society showing pictures of the communion arrangement in Anglican churches in the post-reformation period, all of which conform to the ordinances of 1547 requiring the demolition of High Altars, the abandonment of the Chancel and the setting up of tressels in the nave surrounded by furrums. Underlying all this, of course, was the theological shift from the idea of the Mass as sacrifice to the idea of the communion as meal. Where have we heard that one before?

http://www.ecclsoc.org/postreformationtables.html

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