Video – Abomination of Desolation Prt 2of2 – Dr. Miravalle: Mcasts96

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MaryCast Specials #96 ( 10min) Play - Dr. Mark Miravalle continues his discussion from the last episode of the role of Mary in the end times prophecies of the book of Revelation and the Old Testament. Here he relates the Abomination of Desolation mentioned in Dan 12 to the Sacrifice of the Mass and how this relates to Mary.

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Ave Maria!

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  • Joanna Maria says:

    Hi Dr. Maravalle,
    I never really had anyone talk about that and I am very glad you did. I always thought and continue to think exactly what you said about the problem of centering the Mass around “us” – the priest, the choir, the altar boys, the lay people the lectors – you name it. Everything is enterment and self-affirming and it all about affirming our ego. I found that the clearest sign that parish is “us” centered rather than God centered is when the chair of the priest is the central focus of the church and our Lord the Blessed Sacrament is moved to a far side location or even out of the church completely. I will never forget a church I know of where the priest sits on a elevated throne in the center of the satuary facing the people – literally ten steps high and our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament is to the far lower right by the fire exit and the entire congregation is facing away from the Lord except for 1 or 2 pews. It made me sick. During the Mass the central focus is on the priest. Anyway, I think that it would help alot to physically move our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament back to the center of the altar like it was in the old days. It is coming back to that – thanks be to God. One good sign at my parish is that at least we don’t clap after the choir sings like other parishes.

  • Eve says:

    Hi Dr. Miravalle

    I really enjoy your podcast and thank God that you teach the Catholic faith in it’s most traditional form. I remember going to mass this Christmas eve and listening to the choir sing a few praise and worship songs, after they would stop the people in the pews would clap like it was in praise of their performance. After a few of these songs I really felt like standing up and pointing to the manger and say “People please focus: It’s about Jesus and his incarnation, not the choir” When communion comes it seems like everybody stands to receive but you hardly see anyong kneeling in thanksgiving, hindering the ability of those who want to pray and give proper thanks. God bless Dr. Miravalle and please continue speaking the praises of our Blessed Mother, those of us who truely love Jesus never tire of hearing about His mother. Eve

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