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Watch Sacrilegious Video! Eucharistic Procession In Brazil, With Drone Caught On Video Goes Viral

Watch Sacrilegious Video! Eucharistic Procession In Brazil, With Drone Caught On Video Goes Viral

What were they thinking?

For sometime now, there has been a video going viral online of a parish in Brazil using a quadcopter “drone” to carry in a monstrance containing the Eucharist (you can watch the video below).

The incident occurred at the parish of Sao Geraldo Magela in the Archdiocese of Sorocoba in the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo. According to ACI Prensa, the bishop of the diocese has been informed of what happened and has taken steps to ensure it won’t happen again.

Many Catholics who have seen the video think the use of the quadcopter was inappropriate and a form of sacrilege towards the Eucharist.

The Catholic Church teaches that the Eucharist is really, truly, and substantially Jesus Christ, and thus should be treated with the utmost reverence and care.

Here’s the video:

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This looks more like an entertainment, and it’s truly sad that a Catholic priest who should lead an exemplary life, supported this shame! 

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(SEE VIDEO) The Flying Eucharist In A Monstrance

(SEE VIDEO) The Flying Eucharist In A Monstrance

I came across this video online and am wondering how creative we can be sometimes and how we have come to accept using technology in religious matters.

One question keeps popping on my mind as I see this video, is it right for lay Catholics to hold or carry the Monstrance when the Blessed Sacrament is in it?

I do not judge this people though but I thought to share this video with my readers.

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See the Video below

What Is A Monstrance?

What Is A Monstrance?

Host Enclosed In A Monstrance.

What is a monstrance?Connected to Eucharistic adoration, the liturgical vessel is traced back to the Middle Ages.

Expressions of faith in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist have developed over time. One such development was the introduction of Eucharistic adoration outside of Mass and outside of the tabernacle. To facilitate this new devotion, a liturgical vessel called a “monstrance” was invented.

Monstrance comes from the Latin word monstrare, meaning “to show.” The purpose of the monstrance is to put on display a consecrated Host for those present to adore and venerate. The development of the monstrance can be traced back to the 13th century, when Eucharistic processions rose in popularity connected to the new feast of Corpus Christi.

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