What is the most extended heresy in Catho-dom, especially among Priests, Bishops and Cardinals?
The denial, in acts, of the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharistic Crumbs.
Jesus is physically present in any crumb resembling bread under normal sight, even if less than a 2% of an inch (64ths is about 0.4 mm... half a millimeter).
This is confirmed by 3 unquestionable sources:
Council of Trent, 1551:
Canon 3. If anyone denies that in the venerable sacrament of the Eucharist the whole Christ is contained under each form and under every part of each form when separated, let him be anathema.
Canon 4. If anyone says that after the consecration is completed, the body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ are not in the admirable sacrament of the Eucharist, but are there only <in usu>, while being taken and not before or after, and that in the hosts or consecrated particles which are reserved or which remain after communion, the true body of the Lord does not remain, let him be anathema.
An analogy: if you break a mirror, each piece would reflect your image until it gets to a minimal scale where it can’t reflect it under plain sight. An atomic scale mirror, could reflect light but not the image.
Analogies are never perfect. They try to reduce and simplify a concept to make it more comprehensible. In the Eucharist, each part becomes Jesus himself, not an image like in the mirror analogy, until the particle (mirror piece) is so small, that when there’s no substance of bread, not enough to resemble a crumb, it means there’s no substance of Christ, remaining from the trans-substantiation.
Lost particles of flour lack substance and therefore can’t participate in the trans-substance.
This explains why the Real Presence isn’t detected by sight alone, but by touch and above all, taste of bread, and this, does not depend on dioptres but on mass size.
“It is dogmatically defined in the Council of Trent that every particle of the Sacred Host is Jesus Christ in Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity.
For this reason, the tiniest particle that might fall to the ground is exactly the same as if the whole Host fell.
And if particles fall to the ground, it is dogmatic belief that it is the same Jesus Christ, His Body and His Blood, that are now on the ground.” 1
It is a heresy to say that the moment the particle touches the ground there's no more Real Presence of Christ. Yet, many Priests believe this nonsense! Even an EWTN Priest aired that notion without retraction!
General Instruction of the Roman Missal: “If a host or any particle should fall, it is to be picked up reverently; and if any of the Precious Blood is spilled, the area where the spill occurred should be washed with water, and this water should then be poured into the sacrarium in the sacristy” (GIRM, 280).2
The “sacrarium” is a special basin in the room next to the sanctuary that has a drain directly into the ground. In this way the natural elements are returned to the earth in a dignified manner.
This procedure is taken one step further in an older instruction from a document entitled De Defectibus, where it states, “If the consecrated host, or any particle of it, falls on the ground, it should be reverently taken up, and the place where it fell washed and slightly scraped, the dot or scraping being put into the sacrarium.” 3
Redemptionis Sacramentum, 93: “The Communion-plate for the Communion of the faithful should be retained, so as to avoid the danger of the sacred host or some fragment of it falling.” Cf. Missale Romanum, Institutio Generalis, n. 118.
3. Eucharistic Miracle
A Eucharistic miracle confirmed Jesus’ physical presence in the Eucharistic crumbs: the minuscule particles, barely seen, turned red blood on the Communion-plates. An image is worth a thousand words:
Note: better photos of the Communion-plates were denied! Maybe someone with power in the Church, like a Bishop, can ask and publish?
There were 4 consecutive Eucharistic miracles in different years in the same church (1992, 1994, 1996), all pointing to Eucharistic abuse. Eucharistic miracles in the same place never happened in the history of the Church!
The first one in 1992 was about the Priest not purifying the corporal as instructed in the Roman Missal, and confirmed in 2004 by Redemptionis Sacramentum, 120:
“Let Pastors take care that the linens for the sacred table, especially those which will receive the sacred species, are always kept clean and that they are washed in the traditional way. It is praiseworthy for this to be done by pouring the water from the first washing, done by hand, into the church’s sacrarium or into the ground in a suitable place. After this a second washing can be done in the usual way.”
The second miracle in the same (!) year is the most notable miracle for the Church, they discovered that the Eucharistic crumbs on the two plates used for distribution of Communion in two consecutive Masses had turned into blood. What was the abuse? The Priests never scrubbed the crumbs into the Chalice to drink them and never purified the Communion-plate to prevent abandoning Jesus, and leaving Him in risk of being tossed on the ground.
The third miracle was about not purifying the vases as instructed by the Missal, confirmed by Redemptionis Sacramentum, 119:
"The Priest, once he has returned to the altar after the distribution of Communion, standing at the altar or at the credence table, purifies the paten or ciborium over the chalice, then purifies the chalice in accordance with the prescriptions of the Missal and wipes the chalice with the purificator. Where a Deacon is present, he returns with the Priest to the altar and purifies the vessels. It is permissible, however, especially if there are several vessels to be purified, to leave them, covered as may be appropriate, on a corporal on the altar or on the credence table, and for them to be purified by the Priest or Deacon immediately after Mass once the people have been dismissed. Moreover a duly instituted acolyte assists the Priest or Deacon in purifying and arranging the sacred vessels either at the altar or the credence table. In the absence of a Deacon, a duly instituted acolyte carries the sacred vessels to the credence table and there purifies, wipes and arranges them in the usual way."
The fourth and last miracle happened in 1996, when the Communion in the hand was introduced in Argentina: the Priest didn’t check if the person took the Host to the mouth!
A person took the Consecrated Host in the hand and left it on an iron chandelier: when the Priest placed it in a purifier (vase with water), it turned into flesh.
Ten years later was proven to be part of a living tortured human heart by Dr. Ricardo Castañón’s lab analysis in New York. 4
In 2003, being only 14 years old, Bl. Carlo Acutis contacted by email a Priest in Buenos Aires, to get the information to add them to the 136 Eucharistic Miracles exhibition that he prepared (free posters to print and exhibit in any parish!):
Lack of Eucharistic faith?
St. Alphonsus Liguori:
“The power of the priest, says St. Bernardine of Sienna, is the power of the divine person; for the transubstantiation of the bread requires as much power as the creation of the world.” 5
“With regard to the power of the priests over the real body of Jesus Christ, it is of faith that when they pronounce the words of consecration the Incarnate Word has obliged himself to obey and to come into their hands under the sacramental species. We are struck with wonder when we hear that God obeyed the voice of Josue- The Lord obeying the voice of man- and made the sun stand when he said move not, O sun, towards Gabaon. , . . . and the sun stood still. …
But our wonder should be far greater when we find that in obedience to the words of his priests “HOC EST CORPUS MEUM” God himself descends on the altar, that he comes wherever they call him, and as often as they call him, and places himself in their hands, even though they should be his enemies. And after having come, he remains, entirely at their disposal; they move him as they please, from one place to another; they may, if they wish, shut him up in the tabernacle, or expose him on the altar, or carry him outside the church; they may, if they choose, eat his flesh, and give him for the food of others.”6
St. Laurence Justinian: “It was not necessary for the Redeemer to die in order to save the world; a drop of his blood, a single tear, or prayer, was sufficient to procure salvation for all; for such a prayer, being of infinite value, should be sufficient to save not one but a thousand worlds.”7
It's a heresy to argue that communion in the mouth spreads diseases and pandemics:
1. Jesus can't get sick because he has a risen glorious Body which is undetructible, uncorruptible, un-infirmable.
2. Jesus has the healing touch. It doesn't matter if saliva left in the fingers of the Priest from the prior communicant gets in your mouth. People were healed just by touching Him. Jesus even used his salive to cure.
3. There is not a single medical record of anyone getting sick for communicating in the mouth, not even for going to Mass. Those Priests who got sick during the pandemic got COVID from other sources, like receiving delivery food or going to the supermarket.
4. God doesn't want anybody to have an excuse to access the sources of grace, since curing the soul is more important than curing the body and hell is worse than any disease on earth.
There's a need of a uncontagion dogma: the COVID pandemic showed a widespread lack of faith in the sterility of the Sacraments and incontagionability through acces to the sources of grace.
In 1999, Pope Francis, then Archbishop Bergoglio, ordered the lab analysis of the last miracle 8, but it is presumed that he was hidden the prior ones. Why? Because "they vanished" (or were vanished just as the photos?), and because he never reacted to the deep implications for the Church:
Due to communion in the hand, Jesus is being thrown to the ground, trodden and kicked around: the Eucharistic Crumbles are not being safeguarded, for example, in Vatican II Masses. This doesn't happen in the Traditional and Orthodox rites because they only allow the tongue. In fact, banning communion in the hand would be a step towards unity in Christendom.
Imagine the horror you'd feel if someone drops a newly born in a moving crowd, yet nobody cares, while stepping on the poor harmless baby.
We are crushing Jesus and nobody does anything to stop torturing God.
Throughout the history of the Church, all Eucharistic miracles happened to point out lack of faith in the Real Presence or an Eucharistic abuse. The Crumb-Miracle was made by Jesus to teach us that He is physically present in each Eucharistic crumb and that, when communicating on the hand, people are inadvertently tossing Jesus around and then treading on Him.
Even those who know this and communicate on the tongue with reverence can’t avoid stepping on Him because of the crumb trail left by the others when returning to the benches.
An image is worth a thousand tears:
Don't tread on Him!
By kicking Christ around, we are no better than those brute soldiers:
Cardinal Robert Sarah, when Prefect for the Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments, called for Catholics to start receiving the host kneeling and on the tongue which he says is “more suited” to the sacrament:
“Truly the war between Michael and his Angels on one side, and Lucifer on the other, continues in the heart of the faithful: Satan’s target is the Sacrifice of the Mass and the Real Presence of Jesus in the consecrated host…” 9
Call to action
This abuse has to stop! Please have mercy on Jesus !!!
Jesus revealed to St. Faustina in her Diary, recommended by many Saints:
“If a soul does not exercise mercy somehow or other, it will not obtain My mercy on the day of judgment. Oh, if only souls knew how to gather eternal treasure for themselves, they would not be judged, for they would forestall My judgment with their mercy.” (1317)
“I require you to make acts of mercy, which are to come from your love for Me. You are always and everywhere to show mercy unto your neighbours; you may not withdraw, excuse or absolve yourself from this. I am giving you three ways of performing mercy to your neighbours: first, by deed; second, by word; and third, by prayer; these three levels cover the full scope of mercy, and it is unshakeable evidence that a soul loves Me. This is how the soul praises and honours My mercy.” (742)
Of course, “neighbours” includes Jesus in the Eucharist! The Eucharist is also physical Person!
What is to be done?
1. Communicate on the tongue, except the Priest forces to do it in the hand.
He’d be violating your right to do it that way as explained in Redemptionis Sacramentum: ask your Bishop to rebuke him, and if he doesn’t, write to the Dicastery for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacrament at the Vatican (Piazza Pio XII, 10 00120 CITTÀ DEL VATICANO), and if that fails, ask to the Pope: if your letters are censored by the bureaucrats and masons, get a letter from a Bishop to ask clearence to reach Santa Marta with the Bishop sealed envelope. By the way, you could write about the crumbs, too.
Never avoid communion because of scruples, just make sure no particles remain in your hand and fingers by licking them.
2. Pray and offer mortifications for the news to reach Deacons Priests, Bishops and Pope so that they end this abuse.
Stigmatic Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta, in her wonderful book “The Hours of the Passion” published by St. Anibale Maria Di Francia, explained that she had to participate in the pains of the Passion, in part, to repair for all the Eucharistic abuses.
God’s graces are infinite, but in the economy of salvation, we collect them in mystical vases proportionate to the charity of each deed, to be applied to human history. Eucharistic abuse, together with all sins, but especially with those that cry to heaven for vengeance like abortion, pedophilia and homosex, are draining grace capital, because it is used to repair the debt to Divine Justice, instead of being applied to heal the sick, move hearts to help the needy, conversions, miracles, repentance of the dying, prevent accidents, “degeneration, disaster and war” (such is the meaning of dis-grace!).
As co-redeemer, Mary also paid with her passion for the Eucharistic abuse of the particles:
Pope Benedict XV: “To such extent did Mary suffer and almost die with her suffering and dying Son; to such extent did she surrender her maternal rights over her Son for : man’s salvation . . . that we may rightly say she redeemed the human race together with Christ.” 10
3. Explain this to everyone communicating in the hand, and especially, to Priests who don’t obey the rubrics and indications about how to treat the Eucharist.
By giving communion in the hand, without guaranteeing that every single particle enters the mouth, they are not obeying the Church's instructions about communicating entirely in front of the distributor, and about not allowing anybody to walk away with the Eucharist, and this includes all the tiny Eucharistic particles!
Because it's the Law of the Church, a Priest doesn’t even need the Bishop’s permission to demand the hand-communicants to purify their hands with water just like the Priests are expected to do after distributing communion in order to gather all the particles. After making sure that enough time has passed for the particles to no longer be bread (Jesus is not there anymore when the crumbs/bread turn into wet dough/putty), the water with the crumbs should be poured where nobody will ever step over, for example, a flower pot.
Also, you can explain that Communion in the mouth reduces the risk of stealing the host for Eucharist desecration (search that term on YouTube to find the horrors resulting from Satanists taking advantage of the communion in the hand).
Finally, if you notice that they don't use the Communion-plate in the distribution, you could offer yourself as volunteer to hold it during communion, explaining that the Missal and Redemptionis mandate its use. Passing the tray from person to person increases the odds of Jesus being thrown away.
- If you are in charge of the Eucharist, please ban communion in the hand, or at least, order to purify the hands in water before and especially, immediately after communicating, adequately disposing it in un-trodden ground.
- If you are forced to communicate in the hand, at least lick the Eucharistic Particles in your hand and fingers.
- Teaching is a work of mercy: please teach other about the horror of careless communion in the hand.
Please share this article or it's ideas, and pray a Hail Mary to the Mother of the Eucharist for the end of the Eucharist abuses, especially, after each communion.
Hail, Mary, full of grace,
the Lord is with thee.
Blessed art thou amongst women
and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.
Holy Mary, Mother of God,
pray for us sinners,
now and at the hour of our death.
PS I'm writing an article proving there are more graces (ex opera operato) in adoring Eucharistic Jesus in the monstrance than in the tabernacle. If you have any authoritative quote, e.g. from Magisterium and Tradition (including Fathers of the Church, Saints, Liturgy), or from the Bible (e.g. proving more worship leads to more graces or even economic progress), please write to f.nazar @gmail.com
I'm also writing another article about Mary's physical presence in the Eucharist, please send quotes, too. I've gathered dozens but better more.
5 St. Alphonsus de Liguori, Dignity and Duties of the Priest or Selva, pp. 33-34
6 St. Alphonsus de Liguori, The Dignity and Duties of the Priest or Selva, pp. 26-27
7 St. Alphonsus Liguori, The Dignities and Duties of the Priest, “Approach the altar as another Christ” (1927)
9 The Guinean Prelate, wrote in a forward to a book by Fr Federico Bortoli, “La Distribuzione della Comunione sulla Mano: Profili Storici, Giuridici e Pastorali” (“The distribution of Communion in the hand: a historical, juridical, and pastoral overview”)
10 Benedict XV, Inter Sodalicia, 1918