theCryptofishist wrote:Bishops are almost always chosen from the monastic ranks and must remain unmarried.
vargaso wrote:I'd love to see a full-blown Catholic mass out there, they've been putting on the best shows for millennia.
vargaso wrote:...and Jesus Christ, a fellow Burner..." I actually got chills from that because he's exactly right.
Simon of the Playa wrote:vargaso wrote:...and Jesus Christ, a fellow Burner..." I actually got chills from that because he's exactly right.
um, Jesus Sucks.
please, do not taint The Man by implying that piece of horse shit was a burner.
jcliff wrote:I'm just curious. Please don't let my question devolve into a space for Catholic vitriol.
Meat Hunter wrote:Never say never....
I have attended many a Catholic mass on the battlefield where the priest used a 55 gal. drum, the hood of a jeep or a stack of ammunition boxes as the alter and these we were located a long-long way from a sanctified church.
bluemiragemi wrote:Eeeeeeep, okay, um good point re: battlefield <3
But I doubt BRC qualifies?
Catholic Exchange wrote:In general, the Church’s assumption is that while Mass should be celebrated in the most reverent environment possible, it is often better to celebrate it in a less ideal place than not to celebrate it at all.
A missionary priest might travel hundreds of miles to a remote village, where he celebrates the liturgy in the back of his pickup truck, if no better option is available! Along similar lines, Masses must necessarily be offered in makeshift places in those areas where the Church is being persecuted (think communist China) or is simply forbidden to exist (like Saudi Arabia).
Mr Reezla wrote:I visited the twistine chapel last year and they built a confession box a couple of years ago but some of the confessions were too twisted and they freaked out the "priest".....
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