Monday, August 15, 2011

Procession and Mass of Reparation vs. blasphemous 'art'

My friends in the pro-life movement and the Latin Mass Community, more particularly the Ecclesia Dei Society of St. Joseph - Una Voce Philippines, (EDSSJ) who spearheaded the Mass and Procession of Reparation against the blasphemous 'art' exhibit at the Cultural Center of the Philippines shared a lot of photos about the Mass and the Procession.  Cubao Diocese cleric and exorcist Fr. Jojo Zerrudo is the spiritual director of EDSSJ and the one who led in the organization of the Mass and Procession.  He also is the blogger of Sense of the Sacred.

I have also included videos from the three giant broadcast networks who covered the event.  There were also print journalists who covered the event.

Fr. Jojo Zerrudo being interviewed by the media before the Mass.

The acolytes of the Mass preparing before the Mass.
The first three in this picture are the Latin Mass Acolytes of the Diocese of Pasig.

Incensation of the altar

Fr. Zerrudo stresses a point during the Sermon

Elevation of the Chalice

The procession makes its way to CCP

The Family Rosary Crusade is among those who joined the procession

The procession makes its way to the CCP

Yup.  That is the famous and miraculous Virgen de La Naval of Manila conquering with Her Son,
the Cultural Center of the Philippines!

And here are the videos I mentioned, click the link for the video.


Kudos once again to Fr. Jojo Zerrudo and the EDSSJ!

And to all pro-lifers and Catholics who stood up for life and against Catholic bigotry!

We must never allow anyone to defame the Lord, our Lady and our Faith in the name of freedom of expression and art!


Recall then that you have received the spiritual seal, the Spirit of wisdom and understanding, the spirit of right judgment and courage, the spirit of knowledge and reverence, the Spirit of holy fear in God's presence. Guard what you have received'. God the Father has marked you with his sign; Christ the Lord has confirmed you and has placed his pledge, the Spirit, in your heart
-  St. Ambrose

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