Monday, June 18, 2012

GREAT NEWS! Cebu to host 2016 International Eucharistic Congress

Carlos Antonio Palad of Philippine Roman Catholicism Blog, reported the announcement of the Holy Father of Cebu hosting the 2016 International Eucharistic Congress!

Yup.  Thank God it is not my home diocese of Manila!


But since this is an International Congress, expect the liturgical hoodlums from the National Conference to meddle in this affair.

And I hope and pray that Marini gets a diplomatic post in Iran....just like his past worshipful master!



  1. finally! the Archdiocese of Cebu will be more well known...

  2. Deo Gratias! The first International Eucharistic Congress held in the Philippines was one of the reasons why many Aglipayans returned to the Church then. I guess it was because they experienced the GRANDEUR and SPLENDOR of Catholicism, and the MIGHT of the TRUTH which the Catholic Church ALONE professes. SHOCK and AWE, as warfare parlance would say. As for Chupungco et alipores, we could only hope and pray. Though with the Holy Father watching, I think these disciples of Bugnini would think twice before foisting their NONSENSE on this major event in the life of the Philippine Church. I really hope the Holy Father graces it with his presence. There's something about a Pope that gives a springtime, a renewal, to the part of the Church that he visits, like Manila during WYD '95. We surely need it now. Sadly, our leaders then didn't take advantage of the zeal generated by that event to strengthen our ranks, and WYD is now nothing more than a faint memory. Boy, I remember prottie heretics (like Wilde Almeda and Benny Abante's cults) throwing hissy fits then, hehe. At least the INC (in a TV interview) had enough class to welcome Bl. JPII as a head of state and as fellow human being. on a side note, I wonder, if we do get a Papal Visit, will that fat, attention-whoring sodomite try to pull a stunt like it did at the Manila Cathedral? Hmm...

  3. Some things I noticed in the 50th International Eucharistic Congress that I hope will not be there in the next: female altar servers, hordes of Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (including women) when there were more than enough Ordinary Ministers (deacons, priests, bishops), strange-looking "inculturated" sacred objects (UFO-looking censer, twisted chalice, Stonehenge-looking altar,etc.), few Gregorian chants, Statio Orbis not in Latin, communion in the hand.