The blog of a group of Filipino Catholics and their frank commentary on anything that affects their lives as a citizen of the Philippines and as a Roman Catholics.
pallium, mitre, and pastoral staff (i'm guessing this was taken during the homily) are missing?anyways, uhm, i spot that the candle holders, other than the fact that they are incomplete in number, on the high altar are on the mensa itself rather than on the "tabor" for which they were made..im stumped..
Maybe The Flowers are Near the Pulpit and NOT on The Altar as Supposed to Be?or The Bishops are Seated with Their Backs turned to The Tabernacle?
Newcomer here. Good website!
Dear Mr Pinoy Catholic. It is of great joy for me to tell you that the Eucharist is still said ad orientem at the Episcopal Church of St Mary the Virgin using the traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer during the dawn and early morning massesHow come the Roman Catholic Church has lost much of that? It is so unfortunate.