How very sad: Same-sex mockery of the Sacrifice of the Mass at Saint Peter’s Basilica

Easter Monday witnessed a same-sex provocateur sing for some 80,000 Italian youth in front of Saint Peter’s Basilica. Here’s a screen shot of Rome Reports depicting some of those youngsters:

In Genesis, in the Gospels, the image of God is expressed in this universe as male-female-marriage-family. Encouraging same-sex sex among adolescents is to attack God’s image and is abuse of youngsters. How very sad.

This took place not far from the demon-idol altar, the altar of Jesus’ Sacrifice now given over to the abomination of desolation having been caused to be set up on that now besmirched Holy of Holies, the Pachamama to whom uncountable youth have been sacrificed. How very sad.

The Sacrifice of the Mass, the Last Supper united with Calvary, the Wedding Feast of the Lamb with His Immaculate Bride the Church, with those wedding vows of His at the Consecration, my body given for you in sacrifice, my blood poured out for you in sacrifice, is the redemption of the image of God. But this redemption is insulted with encouragement of same-sex sex. The Wedding Feast of the Lamb is insulted with the encouragement of same-sex sex. The Most Blessed Sacrament is insulted with the encouragement of same-sex sex. How very sad.

I recall a bishop who was asked what could be done for youth who don’t even know what a church is. He responded instantly: “Offer the Holy Mass better.” Yes. Reverence for God, taking God as deadly seriously as He takes us in His being tortured to death for us, for our redemption, for the restoration of the image of God within us, is impressive to youth. They are enthralled. They assent to the faith being given to them.

The antidote to the anti-image-of-God crowd is to look to the restoration of the image of God at the Wedding Feast of the Lamb united with the Sacrifice of Calvary.

But know this, when youth convert to follow Jesus they do so with enthusiasm, keeping the commandments because they love Christ Jesus, and that cannot be ripped away from them. Now they will belong to Jesus. But where are the shepherds of Jesus’ Little Flock who will lead them to Jesus?

LifeSite ran an article opining that regardless of any LGBT content of the youth get-together at Saint Peter’s Basilica, what’s really sad is that the Holy See thinks that this is what they have to do to be relevant, when, of course, this is what makes them all entirely irrelevant.

But I think it’s worse than that. I’m opining that this is a purposed insult to the Wedding Feast of the Lamb, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. This insult of the Mass is consistent with, say, with the attack on the Mass in Traditionis custodes.

Pray for our youth. Pray for priests. Pray for bishops. Pray that all bow in reverence before Jesus, and follow Jesus. Hail Mary…

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10 responses to “How very sad: Same-sex mockery of the Sacrifice of the Mass at Saint Peter’s Basilica

  1. Cathy

    Sometimes I think of sad as an an acronym for sinful and disordered. Our Lady of Sorrows, pray for us!

  2. nancyv

    ok, I am going to be pollyanna here, but what Pope Francis said was right: “…Truth breaks forth…bring it to the Light and it will do you Good”. (my caps) Grateful for Divine Mercy tomorrow where I think we all need to cry out, not just say, “Have mercy on us!”
    p.s. I am advocating hate the sin, love the sinner, but not while encouraging the sin! sigh. PRAYING!

    • Father George David Byers

      As Scot Hahn said: text without context is pretext. Pushing this guy on “stage” as one promoting truth and light provides context.

  3. Gina Nakagawa

    Now is the time to put on mourning for our holy Mother, the Church.

  4. sanfelipe007

    Francis should have said “go to confession” instead of “bring it into the light.” That would have provided the needed context. But he pulled a verbal switcheroo that would allow his apologists to defend him. That’s my opinion, of course. I don’t read minds, but I’m sure he meant to introduce that ambiguity.

  5. James Anderson

    The link to the video is not working. I wonder what the script that the young boy is reading says.

    • Father George David Byers

      It’s just a screen shot to prove location. Not interested in the video.

      For they kids, it’s just too bad they were there at all.

  6. Joisy Goil

    This is all so distressing and disgusting. I for one am grateful Jesus reassured us ~ Matthew 16:18.

    The ‘smoke’ in the temple seems to advanced to a towering inferno.

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