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Rosa Winkel

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GET IN! Christ is there! [Cool] [Yipee]

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Is anyone else really frustrated that the crucifix isn't central?

I want to move it a couple of inches to the left - it is spoiling the blessing!!

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Indeed - a little task for Zimmer Lady, I think....

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The monstrance just reappeared a few minutes ago!

Pretty!

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If you're on an Internet program that lets you enlarge the picture, you will see a faint aura around the crucifix. This is indeed a blessing.

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quote:
Originally posted by redoubt:
If you're on an Internet program that lets you enlarge the picture, you will see a faint aura around the crucifix. This is indeed a blessing.

Why would there be an aura?
I really think this is very difficult for me to accept.

Jesus is not confined to the host. Jesus is not in this place, reserved, hidden, put aside for the purposes of veneration.

God does not dwell in temples made by human hands - nor in little boxes - the presence of Jesus is within us. The Holy Spirit infills the human heart.

What is the mystery of faith - Christ in you, the hope of glory. There is no justification for a reserved sacrament. Jesus dwells in glory with the Father, and, by his Spirit, lives in the heart of the born again believer, not in a wafer.

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Mudfrog,
feel free to take your queries/opinions ref: reserved sacrament to a new thread in Purgatory, where folks can respond appropriately. Thanks.

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quote:
Originally posted by Anselmina:
Mudfrog,
feel free to take your queries/opinions ref: reserved sacrament to a new thread in Purgatory, where folks can respond appropriately. Thanks.

Anselmina
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Sorry. I was just commenting on the strange assertion that there might be an aura around the crucifix.

I wasn't intending on derailing the thread or starting a long discussion on it.

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No problem, at all, Mudfrog. In fact, it might make an interesting OP in Purgatory if you wanted to develop a discussion on it. It's possible some folks would have a few questions they'd like to ask about this thread, and the regulars on the thread might wish to respond to. [Smile]

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(Mud, my beliefs about Communion might very well be as low as yours, but I still love this thread. It's just fun!)

So, why is the zimmer lady there but the sacrament not?

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quote:
Originally posted by Gwai:
...So, why is the zimmer lady there but the sacrament not?

Right now it's smoggy again. And has the tabernacle light burned out?

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Jesus is out on the altar right now!
But no one turned the lights on. Its very murky in there. [Frown]

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And now the monstrance has migrated to the North-East corner right next to the candle. Maybe its cold in there.

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The monstrance is still back in the corner, but happily someone has replaced the candle in the sanctuary lamp. Thank goodness, I was getting nervous!
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Rossweisse

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quote:
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The monstrance is still back in the corner, but happily someone has replaced the candle in the sanctuary lamp. Thank goodness, I was getting nervous!

What would they do without us to keep them on the ball?

Yes, I noticed Jesus was sitting in the corner. I won't ask what he's done to deserve it.

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Here's a question:

If a tree falls down in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a noise?

If no one is looking, is Jesus still there?

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One question doesn't follow logically from the other.

If you're asleep alone in your bedroom, you're there whether anyone sees you or not. If you snoore while you're in bed, someone may hear you or not but you're still snorring.

JC is still there

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I note that the monstrance is still sitting on the north-east corner of the altar. It appears to be sideways on, which (IIRC) means that it is, in fact, empty. Either the Munx have forgotten to put it away, or Exposition of the Most Holy Sacrament is imminent........

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Rosa Winkel

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It's a Friday. Maybe they're about to change it.

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Is the tabernacle door open, too?

Or are my eyes just really fuzzy today?

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The tabernacle door would not be open except Jesus be absent. Since this occurs but once a year (after the Mass of the Last Supper), and that time is not yet, the door cannot be open.

I do wonder if that is a monstrance or a small crucifix. I have observed the latter about sometimes.

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Yes, but just because it's not supposed to be left open doesn't mean it might not have been left open by accident.

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So is it the monstrance, left sideways, or a crucifix, or what?

The tabernacle door is closed, and the lighting is set to Smudge.

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FWIW, I'm pretty certain that what we are seeing at the moment is indeed the monstrance , empty of OLJC and placed (correctly) sideways on......but it's been like that for hours.....and where's the crucifix gone?

Ian J.

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I noticed that, too.

I'm starting to wonder if we're getting a still photo again. Or maybe the munx have just gone out for the day and forgot to move the monstrance first.

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Ah! Yes, I think they do sometimes go elsewhere at the weekends. Perhaps there was a sudden phone-call from a needy parish somewhere, and they've downed tools and rushed off to help......

.....or they've been Raptured (again).

Ian J.

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The picture hasn't changed since Thursday night, about 9 o'clock. The candle flames seem lower though.

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I've just looked at the Adoration Schedule and there is nothing scheduled for Saturdays and Sundays. It also says they are a small community of 2 munx. But there were 3!

They've lost one!

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Rossweisse

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And now the camera is showing only the top third of the picture (Jesus wags His finger), again.

[Roll Eyes]

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I can see the whole picture again, with the monstrance still turned to the side in the corner. As far as I know, that does indeed mean it's empty; before and after exposition & benediction at our parish (or indeed any other place I can recall), the empty monstrance is always positioned sideways.

The monks' left front candle does seem to be getting lower and lower, so I think we're still getting live pics. I hope they return in time to replace it before it burns out!

Meanwhile, Mass is just getting underway at Transfiguration . Four little servers, a deacon, and the priest have just processed in, and now the priest is doing some sort of hand-shaking, meet-and-greet run through the crowd! [Ultra confused] I wish I could get the sound to work!

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Someone's been in and put everything to rights.

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....although the four altar candles are on the low side. At least the important one has been replaced!

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quote:
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Someone's been in and put everything to rights.

Not quite, that crucifix is not central! If I were Jesus I would move it - it's annoying.

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He's out! At 10:30 AM on Monday!

What a pleasure!

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And now Mass has begun - Zimmer Lady is there, but who are those two people sitting in the outer darkness on the other side of the rope barrier?
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Well, after the refresh, they're gone.

Charlotte

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They've moved on now. Probably just touristas.
But, that Do-Not-Enter rope really bothers me. In such an austere setting (and there's nothing wrong with that), that impossible-to-ignore rope seems to scream "Keep your distance".
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Wow! Loads of people - it must be a revival!!

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Rosa Winkel

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A minute ago I had a look and a Priest with server were facing the altar, with zimmer frame woman on the left and two guests this side of the rope. I clicked again just now and now everyone's gone except for someone on the left. It's quite exiting.

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Now even she's gone - they're in and out like a fiddler's elbow!

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Rosa Winkel

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But Christ remains, it seems, on the altar. [Yipee]

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quote:
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I clicked again just now and now everyone's gone except for someone on the left. It's quite exiting.

Well it would be, wouldn't it? When they come in again it will be entrancing. [Smile]

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He's there now!

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I've just struck lucky again.

The monstrance is in full splendour and fortunately there is no sign of the do-not-enter rope.

Is it the case that the Blessed Sacrament would never be exposed without someone being physically present and praying in the chapel? That somehow brings home to me my responsibilities as observer and the mutuality of the relationship.

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A good point - could one of our Roman shipmates clarify the rules of Exposition? I should think it would be necessary to have at least one person present at all times.

Ian J.

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quote:
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A good point - could one of our Roman shipmates clarify the rules of Exposition? I should think it would be necessary to have at least one person present at all times.

Ian J.

I don't understand. Surely Jesus can be present whether anyone else is there or not. Anyway there are all those like the BSW devotees on the Ship who are present, if only virtually.

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Well, yes - Jesus Himself is present all the time. I just thought that, if the Blessed Sacrament was being Exposed publicly (in a church), then it might be necessary to have at least one person present as a 'guardian', in case any malefactor tried to pinch the BS. As I say, I have no idea what rules (if any) there might be governing Exposition.

Ian J.

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Could someone light two of the candles please? They've gone out!

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Which ones? - All but front left are lit now. [Biased]

ETA: Ah yes, and Jesus is out playing. [Big Grin]

[ 21. February 2007, 20:13: Message edited by: Wesley J ]

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It looks to me as if all the candles are lit, though the front left-hand one is a bit dim.....

.......and the monstrance is not placed centrally!!

Ian J.

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