The closing of Nativity parish in East Village, New York. Is it a good thing? I think so.

Take a sneak peak at the clip below

  
If others were like them, you wouldn’t have to close your parish, father? You mean communion in the hand and self communication? Drinking from the precious chalice? Lay ministers? Dipping the Host in the Precious Blood like you would with cookies and milk? HA! I’ll say. I mean this is part of the new evangelization after all, right? The closing of this parish is doing our Lord a favor, less blasphemous practices and modernism. 

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One response to “The closing of Nativity parish in East Village, New York. Is it a good thing? I think so.

  1. Midri

    Hi unfortunately what you saw will continue this is the priest of the new parish they are supposed to attend. The priests that served this community were all sent elsewhere where. They showed the lest attended mass on Sunday since this community started to be striped of what it had. They didn’t show other masses which were always full, they respect Jesus in his body and blood. They said the rosary before mass. They were attended by mostly fully practicing Catholics. This young lady tell us a lot by who she blames. It is not the church fault. The Catholic church is the only Church of Christ and the hell will not overcome it Matthew 16, 18. Unfortunately our leaders have let us down the school of this Parrish was sold the land brought at market- rate NYC and where is the money. If your church respect Jesus you are eliminated if you don’t care about Jesus you continue.

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