Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Gary Michael Voris is wrong: the ancient immemorial Mass is never an idol

Here’s a recent outburst from Gary:

First, Gary needs some instruction on how the internet’s work. A claim on the Internet to represent SSPX is not trustworthy. Because of the nature of the Internet every claim made thereon must be verified. Without verification these individuals who use denigrating and indecent language do not represent Mass-going Catholics simply because they claim to.

Second, the immemorial traditional Latin Mass is never an idol: it is always and in every case of vanquisher and a destroyer of idols. This is the case because the valid and licit traditional Latin Mass, offered by a duly ordained priest who intends to do what the Church does, is the very same sacrifice of Christ offered once and for all on Calvary, differing only in that it is unbloody, which Sacrifice vanquished sin and death, and every evil to include idolatry.

 Michael Voris is wrong

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Very strange comment indeed.

Genesis 22:5 Abraham tells his servants that he is going with the lad to "worship". What was he going to do? He was going to sacrifice Isaac to the Lord. Therefore, the very first use of the word, "worship" in the Holy Scriptures equates it to sacrifice. Jesus performed the penultimate act of worship on Calgary and enshrined it in the Sacrifice of the Mass. The only acceptable worship to God is the Mass and acts of thanksgiving, praise, supplication and reparation that are UNITED to it.

Idolatry is literally translated as worship given to idols. How bizarre to call any valid Mass idolatry. It is a prima facia non-sequitur.

As an aside, I live in SE MI and frequently see Mr. Voris and CM employees at the Tridentine Mass. Some even belong to my parish, which is exclusively EF (ICKSP). Just weird.

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